The Smart Homes Team is Growing
Welcome to new new Smart Homers
As Smart Homes prepares to open its model home to the public again after several months of pandemic shut-down, the team is assembling and new faces abound.
Introducing Kassidy Sharp; a remarkable person ready to impact the housing problem with enthusiastic commitment.
Kassidy's passion for replacing homes lost in wildfires could not be more potent as her family home in Coffey Park was also lost to fire. Aside from being an extraordinary executive assistant to the CEO, Kassidy is often found on weekends manning the Smart Homes model in Santa Rosa, welcoming visitors who are excited to see what off-site construction by Smart Homes looks like. While Kassidy earns her degree in business management, her work for Smart Homes has revealed a mind befitting of her surname and abilities, eagerness, and enthusiasm that define efficiency. Aside from a name that sounds like she could walk on stage at a stadium, Kassidy is indeed a rock star of administration.
As we move to reopen the model home at 1680 Jessica Place, Santa Rosa, every consideration is being taken to ensure the safety of our guests including a strict cleaning regime, a limit of one group at a time, masks, gloves, and distancing. Even in a pandemic, home construction must continue but Smart Homes is doing it in the safest ways possible.