With over twenty years of experience in project management, Annette joins Pacific as Senior Project Manager. She has received a Master’s Certificate in Project Management from The George Washington University and received her B.S. degree in Interior Design from San Jose State University. She comes to us from Stanford University School of Medicine as Project Manager in Facilities Construction where she managed many projects that ranged from minor office modifications, which included furniture planning, procurement and install to the development and renovation of complex scientific research environments ranging from $3K to $10M. She has been recognized for successfully managing a $1.5M relocation project from Palo Alto, CA to Nutley, NJ for Roche Pharma, which is one of the world’s leading research-oriented healthcare groups.
Annette has a passion for success, and with that, comes her flexible approach to project interaction. She has the ability to develop, improve, and implement processes and increase productivity across multiple projects for her clients. She consistently drives the project successfully forward, addresses any challenges along the way, and always maintains a sense of humor. Annette adds value by creating customized facility environments that make the best use of space and enables the client to successfully complete their work. Her depth of knowledge and extensive experience in facilities renovation, construction management, and laboratory planning has given her great personnel, leadership, and team management skills.
Annette’s responsibilities include relationship development, business alignment, and business development for PPM within the California region. In addition, she will be managing a team of project managers, and implementing and improving processes across multiple projects for one of our tech clients with a large real estate portfolio. Clients appreciate Annette’s positive outlook, professional demeanor, and the desire to consistently go above and beyond.
In her free time, Annette enjoys spending time with her family, gardening, and caring for and riding her horse (Dillon). She is also a Co-Founder and Incorporator of Into The Light Horse Rescue & Sanctuary, Inc. – a California based 501(c)(3) non-profit. This organization works to prevent cruelty to animals through rescue, rehabilitation, and adoption of slaughter bound horses from Colorado equine feedlots.