CLASS OF 2013
BACHELOR OF SCIENCE, CIVIL ENGINEERING
Minor in Urban Studies
Tau Beta Pi (2013)
Phi Beta Kappa (2012)
President's Award (2010)
- Project Development and Management
- Urban and Transit Network Design
- Stakeholder and Client Engagement and Relationship-Building
- Legal Aspects of Construction and Real Estate
- Quantitative Analysis with Excel + VBA
- Web Design with HTML5, CSS, JS
- Graphic Design with Illustrator, Inkscape
- Microsoft Project + VBA
- Word, Powerpoint, OneNote
- French Working Knowledge
- Mandarin Novice
- hobbies jazz piano, skiing, running, riding roller coasters, travel, cooking, clam and oyster digging
- affiliations Stanford Professionals in Real Estate, Seattle Liaison
Seattle Design Commission
City of Seattle
Sept 2015 to SEPT 2016
Voting member of the 12-person Design Commission, which is responsible for approval of many kinds of projects of studies. The Commission is committed to urban design excellence through sustainability, equal opportunity, and social inclusion.
- Private developments involving right-of-way vacations, skybridges, and tunnels;
- Public Capital Improvement Projects within the City of Seattle, including:
- Utility Projects
- Transit Projects
- Master Redevelopments
- Agency studies, such as:
- Pedestrian and Bicycle Studies
- Transit Studies
PROJECT DELIVERY MANAGER
Real Estate and Facilities
CBRE Integrator @ Microsoft
Since June 2014
Construction Project Manager in Real Estate and Facilities Department at Microsoft. Work in the Integrator Team, which acts as a owner's rep liaison between the project delivery teams and the client.
As part of my everyday duties, I drive execution end-to-end of site redevelopment and large tenant improvement projects including need-finding, planning, design, construction, occupancy and closeout/handoff. Design decision making involves interfacing directly with clients, stakeholders, and end users to define project requirements, balancing client needs, design expression, cost constraints (Cap Ex and Op Ex) and adherence to city codes and design guidelines.
Additional scopes include preparing budgets and scopes of work, prioritizing project scopes, monitoring project cost & work plan changes, tracking milestones and adherence to schedule, conducting budget reviews, reviewing quality of team output, implementing quality controls, identifying and mitigating potential risks, conducting regular data analysis, and reporting through the typical cycle of business. I conduct, issue, and evaluate formal Requests for Proposal, lead and forge productive partnerships with a cross-functional team of internal and external partners, including designers, engineers, and contractors.
As a side project:
Pitched, initiated, built, and beta-tested a major product enhancement to the project financial template in Excel VBA with multiple new features; changes will confer roughly 100 hours in time savings per year across the team. This template is used about 1000 times every year and is used on scales of projects ranging from $10,000 to $10 MM.
DEVELOPMENT PROJECT MANAGER
Barry Swenson Builder
San Jose, CA
June 2013 to June 2014
Led 6 major redevelopment and management projects in design, entitlements, construction, and management with internal and external consultants. Helped to source debt and equity funding for prospective deals. Built analytical tools such as pro formas, market comparables, lease abstracts, sensitivity analyses, cash flow projections, and other financial models for presentation to upper management. Actively built relationships with partners and vendors through involvement in Urban Land Institute - Silicon Valley Chapter.