Yvonne Sanchez is the newest member of the Park Tower Management Team. Her tasks include greeting office visitors, placing work orders, helping residents with any questions or concerns, updating the newsfeed for the bulletin boards, scheduling move in/outs, party room reservations, and accepting deliveries. She also helps with the bike room and health club renewals.
Yvonne is a 26 year old graduate of the University of Illinois at Chicago, where her undergraduate degree is in Entrepreneurship. Prior to that, she earned an associate degree at Cottey College in Missouri. She hales from the Little Village neighborhood in Chicago, the second to youngest of seven children.
Prior to joining the team here at Park Tower, Yvonne worked as a pharmacy technician at Target. Although this is Yvonne’s first time working for a Property Management Company, she is really enjoying the experience and looking forward to growing within this industry.
When asked what brought her to Park Tower Yvonne gracefully responded: “I was looking for a new opportunity outside of the retail world. I grew tired of having multiple jobs and really wanted just to be part of a company where there is still room for professional growth. I consider myself a hard worker and I felt like it was time to find a job that provided me with the skills and tools to become a the business professional that I want to be.”
That positive attitude serves her well as she continues to learn and grow in this role. Aside from her standard duties she is also working hard to learn Park Tower’s rules and regulations and is very thankful to her co-workers who have been so helpful and patient during her learning process
Yvonne enjoys reading books, running, and learning new things about music and cooking. But her real passion is dance. She learned flamenco and Bolivian folk dance at Chicago’s After School Matters and now, twelve years later, continues as an instructor in the program. She loves teaching!
Yvonne is a great addition to the our team and wants Park Tower’s residents to have the best possible experience interacting with the management office.
by Christopher Hinckley