—Stephanie L. Williams Acknowledged for Entrepreneurial Drive, Creativity and Success—
GREENBELT, MD – March 23, 2017 – Stephanie L. Williams today was honored by the Washington Business Journal as part of their 10th Annual Minority Business Leader Awards. Each year, the Washington Business Journal receives more than 200 nominations. As one of only 25 honorees this year, Williams was selected for her professional excellence, ethics, leadership and community commitment.
Williams is one of the co-founders and co-champions of the Bozzuto Diversity and Inclusion program, which works to welcome and cultivate diversity at every level in the organization. Williams’ commitment aligns with Bozzuto’s goal to support an innovative and positive company culture able to offer residents extraordinary experiences of home and community.
“It is part of my personal mission to energize and empower talented team members at Bozzuto. We all succeed when people can be themselves and bring their own perspectives and identities into their work. Diversity of thought and experience is crucial in our efforts to meet the needs of our diverse customer base,” said Stephanie L. Williams, President – Bozzuto Management. “The efforts and achievements of my fellow Minority Business Leader Award honorees are an inspiration to all of us and I am honored to be counted among them.”
Williams oversees more than 60,000 units across 216 properties in 12 states and Washington, D.C. Under her direction, Bozzuto Management has garnered a number of awards for their exemplary customer service, stellar online reputation and meaningful connections with residents. For the last two years, J Turner’s Online Reputation Assessment Power Rankings, published by Multifamily Executive Magazine, listed Bozzuto Management as Top Property Management Company for Online Reputation, a distinction based solely on resident feedback.
Williams is an active member of the Urban Land Institute, the District of Columbia Building Industry Association, and the Real Estate Executive Council, and is a member of the 2011 Class of Leadership Greater Washington.
A panel of judges and Washington Business Journal staff evaluated the nominations.
Bozzuto is an experiential residential real estate company that creates extraordinary experiences of home and community. The company’s areas of expertise lie in homebuilding and multifamily development, as well as construction and management both for itself and its clients. Founded in 1988, Bozzuto has developed, acquired and built more than 42,000 homes and apartments and currently manages more than 60,000 apartments and approximately two million square feet of retail space along the East Coast between Miami and Boston, in the Northeast and in Chicago.
Bozzuto is continually celebrated for its developments, customer service and workplace culture. www.bozzuto.com
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