“At Asset Living when individuals succeed – our entire team succeeds,” says Executive Vice President of our Student Housing Operations, Stacey Lecocke. Stacey oversees operations for Asset Living’s student housing division which has many team members in markets that span across the country. That said, Stacey makes it a point to dedicate a half-hour each day to call team members at the new properties being added to the Asset Living portfolio to check-in. “I like to lead my team with a servant’s heart mentality. To me, that’s what doing good while doing well means. It can be applied in our day-to-day jobs and put into action in the communities Asset Living serves.”
Stacey maintains that servant’s heart mentality at home in her personal life, and she’s constantly looking for ways to drive positive impact in her local community.
Stacey is a member of the Down Syndrome Guild of Dallas and organized a team for the Dallas Buddy Walk to support local Down Syndrome programs, outreach, and support. “My passion is my family and, ever since we received my daughter’s diagnosis of down syndrome, I've been wanting to make an impact.” She is also on a list for new moms of children with a Down Syndrome diagnosis to serve as an outlet and a resource for those families. Stacey helps to reassure and inform them by sharing her personal story.
"My daughter has a lot of drive and many wonderful gifts. She’s a reminder to us all to never underestimate someone. We are all so different and, as a manager and a mom, I’ve found it important for leaders to always be thinking of ways individuals can contribute to the greater team by leveraging their strengths and talents.” Stacey is an example of how Asset employees are making a difference outside of the office.
In October, Asset officially announced their first impact partnership with Covenant House, a faith-based organization committed to giving homeless youth a safe haven and providing other essential services to help lead them to lasting independence. Asset Living immediately got involved by raising $75,000 for Covenant House’s 10th Annual Sleep Out. All funds raised were applied directly in support of youth homelessness and will be put towards providing shelter and other essential services to help homeless youth with building an independent future.
Earlier this year, the company also unveiled their refreshed mission, vision, and four core company values that aligned with the company’s current brand identity and belief that everyone deserves a place to call home. Over the last four months, different Asset Living employees helped to bring each of the four core company values (family, drive, honesty, and impact) to life by sharing personal anecdotes, tips, and career advice to educate and reiterate the importance of upholding each value that creates the unique culture at Asset.
If you’re interested in making an impact and joining team Asset, visit our careers page to browse some of our current available positions. For more information around our student housing division at Asset Living, visit our student housing overview or contact Stacey Lecocke at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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