Crowninshield Spotlight: Assistant Property Manager Alexa Williamson

Alexa Williamson
Assistant Property Manager

When Alexa Williamson joined the Crowninshield Management Corporation team last fall as an Assistant Property Manager, she was excited to use her administrative, organizational and problem solving skills to support the team of property managers at the Accredited Management Organization. Alexa brought over a decade of professional experience working as an account manager for local insurance companies to her new post.

“I was used to working in fast paced environments where you have to prioritize and shift gears. This has been an extraordinary and challenging winter but I love using my array of skills to help out the managers and clients. I l enjoy working at Crowninshield as the people are really great”, says Alexa. She also notes that clients have been appreciative of her responsiveness noting that last week a client she assisted with a boiler issue left her a cheerful voice mail thanking her for fixing the issue. “I made a couple of calls and it made the clients day”, says Alexa who provides administrative support to the condominium managers at Crowninshield Management Corporation and also supports owners, trustees and vendors.

Alexa, who is a newlywed, lives in Salem with her husband Tim and their lab mix rescue dog named  Salty. She enjoys boating and working out.

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