Meet Our People
Property AccountantAfter graduating from Towson University in 2018, I spent a couple years in public accounting before I started working at CRC in November of 2020. Although I was onboarded during a difficult time in the world as we faced a global pandemic, CRC made my transition very smooth which allowed me to settle into my new role very quickly. One of the first things I noticed was the culture of the workplace. The employees at CRC are truly authentic and are always there to help each other, like a family. The managers do a great job managing the staff and setting them up for success. They go out of their way to make you feel comfortable and make certain you are learning and progressing in your role. This is a company that really cares about its employees, day in and day out, regardless of an individual’s position. At CRC, everyone is working toward a common goal and everyone is recognized and appreciated for their contributions. I love working at CRC!
Assist Community Manager
Assist Community Manager
I began my property management journey four years ago with CRC as a leasing specialist. Little did I know at the time, I was joining a company that truly cares about the growth and development of their team members. Before joining CRC, benefits were never something I took seriously. It wasn’t until I started working here, when I really was able to gain clarity of the importance of trainings, wellness, and support. The company has consistently shown compassion and have never stopped showing their appreciation for us. I am surrounded by coworkers who contribute to my well-being and people that make this company everything beyond a standard 9-5 job. As an Assistant Community Manager, my days are dynamic and there are constant opportunities for me to learn-in-the-moment which is something I truly enjoy. My role requires me to assist in bringing all the pieces together, to manage a properties asset preservation, leasing, resident retention, expenses, and team-building. The relationship we have as a team, helps us build strong relationships with our residents and with each other. Even during a pandemic, we are able to connect weekly as a company and hear heart-felt stories about team members who we may have never even met otherwise. One of my favorite things about the company is that they also care about the community. When communities started shutting down due to COVID-19, CRC started the “Eat Local” program which allowed team members to support small businesses and local food shops that may have been negatively affected during the pandemic. Such a small gesture, had an impact on the lives of business owners in the community and reiterated the importance of our Relationships Matter culture here at CRC.