I am the CEO of Emmit Moss Trust, a 60-year-old family-owned business that provides both residential and commercial leasing to more than 110 properties in over three counties.
Garden City, NY (PRWEB) September 30, 2014
NAPW honors Cassie A. Levy, M.S., as a 2014 Professional Woman of the Year. Ms. Levy is recognized with this prestigious distinction for leadership in real estate. As the largest, most-recognized networking organization of professional women in the country, spanning virtually every industry and profession, the National Association of Professional Women is a vibrant networking community with over 600,000 members and nearly 300 Local Chapters.
“I am the CEO of Emmit Moss Trust, a 60-year-old family-owned business that provides both residential and commercial leasing to more than 110 properties in over three counties,” says Cassie Levy, who became the final trustee of EMT after the passing of her mother in 2013. Her previous positions as Administrative Coordinator at Houston's police department, Administrative Supervisor at Houston's city Attorney's Office, Management Analyst for the city of Houston's Controller's Office, Adjunct Professor at Houston Community College and 17 years in banking did much to prepare Ms. Levy for her current role as CEO of EMT.
Redesigning and remodeling homes to revitalize neighborhoods is Ms. Levy’s specialty. The key to her success for building a thriving community is that she always considers the opinions and suggestions of her employees when planning a project. Because the majority of Ms. Levy’s properties are rentals and customer service is so important to her, Ms. Levy manages the substantial crew of service vendors for repairs and maintenance. She is an expert in compliance (by-laws and regulations), community service (organizational management and nonprofit leadership), training and development and project management.
One of Ms. Levy’s finest accomplishments has been the remodeling and furnishing of two homes in Louisiana early this year in memory of her parents, which was a ten-week project. She also established the Levy Cancer Foundation, a 501(c)3 organization that is headquartered at a local Louisiana hospital. When a patient has chemotherapy for the first time the foundation presents them with a blanket and prays for their recovery. “Caring for Cancer Close to Home” is its mission. Ms. Levy and her staff worked this spring on a Habitat for Humanity home in Ft. Bend county and donated $1000 to benefit a home owner with nine children.
Education: M.S., Springfield College, Human Services
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