Michelle Jenson joins P.B. Bell to oversee management, business development
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P.B. Bell is announcing Michelle Jenson has joined the team as the new chief property officer overseeing property management for the Scottsdale-based firm.
Ms. Jenson joins the team with more than 20 years of multifamily property management experience in the Phoenix metropolitan area.
She served in nearly every multifamily role, growing from a leasing consultant to assistant manager, to community manager, to regional property manager and finally to VP of operations, accoding to a press release.
Ms. Jenson has repeatedly been recognized for facilitating outstanding performance, cost savings and revenue growth. Ms. Jenson exemplifies strong leadership, dedication and performance in all facets of the multihousing industry.
“I consider myself a good leader because I prioritize the needs of the team and their wellbeing,” Ms. Jenson said in a prepared statement. “I motivate them by staying positive, passionate and energetic about their growth, so they can reach their full potential.”
In her new role with P.B. Bell, Ms. Jenson is responsible for the company’s property management operations as well as growing the portfolio.
“P.B. Bell has always had a great reputation and happy employees,” Ms. Jenson said. “I was very impressed with the long employee tenure and felt an immediate fit within the culture.”
Prior to joining P.B. Bell, Ms. Jenson held leadership and business development roles at SRG Residential, Greystar and RPM Living.
In 2018, Jenson was named Arizona Multihousing Association’s Property Supervisor of the Year. She earned her CAM Designation in 2009, holds her Arizona Real Estate License and sits on the Arizona Board of Directors for the AMA.
“We interviewed a number of very qualified candidates, however when we met Michelle, it was evident she not only has years of industry experience here in the Valley, but her values align with ours,” said P.B. Bell Chief Executive Officer Chapin Bell. “When we asked Michelle what she felt was her best quality, her response was caring for her people.”
Ms. Jenson is replacing Debbie Willis, who announced her retirement from P.B. Bell in June after serving 40 years with the company.
“We are confident that Michelle will do an incredible job and continue fostering our company culture,” said Mr. Bell. “We thank Debbie for her years of service to P.B. Bell and wish her rest, relaxation and joy in her retirement doing the things she enjoys most, including riding and caring for horses.”