Casey Jones’ Bio
Achievements in real estate:

·         Certified Residential Specialist:  top 3% of Realtors nationally
·         International Diamond Society:  Top 10% of Coldwell Banker agents internationally
·         Among top 10% of real estate brokers in Thurston County
·         Senior Real Estate Specialist
·         Broker Price Opinion Resource
My strong suits:

·         Exceptional client service—by learning thoroughly each client’s goals and working hard to help achieve them.
·         Communicating
·         Financial analysis
·         Negotiating for win-win outcomes

Community organizations:

·         Senior Services for South Sound:  Past Board of Directors; Executive, Finance, and HR Committees
·         Tumwater Area Chamber of Commerce, Board of Directors
·         South Sound Business Promoters Chapter of BNI (Business Network International)
·         Past president, Capitol City Golf Club Estates Homeowners Association

Born in Los Angeles, I spent most of my formative years getting an education and early work experience in Southern California.

I earned B.S. and Master of Business Administration degrees from California State University, Long Beach.  I aspired to be an investment banker, so specialized in finance.  But, a caring professor sparked in me a strong interest, too, in the human side of enterprise.

My career experiences include:

·         Residential real estate broker, Coldwell Banker Evergreen Olympic Realty since 2010.
·         City of Seattle: Assistant Director, Department of Human Resources; Executive Director, Seattle City Council: and Director, Office of Management and Budget.
·         Management consultant, KPMG (among the largest public accounting firms).
·         Business entrepreneur for 30+ years, helping large corporations hire, train and retain the best people, and excel in customer service. Clients included: Alaska Airlines, Fairmont Hotels &                Resorts, Marriott Hotels, Hilton Hotels, Target Stores, and Wal Mart stores, and several health care companies. Eventually, I sold my company to a competitor, Kenexa Corporation, which            was later acquired by IBM.

·         Reading (mostly fiction, but also history)
·         Golf and poker
·         Small, engaging dinner parties
·         Laughing with good friends