Meet a Member – Lee Anne Nance

April 23, 2019
Written by: Triangle CREW
Name:        Lee Anne Nance
Company: Stewart
Title:          Chief Strategic Officer; Senior Vice President
 
What is your TCREW Story?  (i.e. When did you join TCREW and in what ways have you been active--committees, chair positions, etc)  When I was a regional economic developer, I had the privilege of speaking at TCREW lunch events. I also served as a Champion Awards judge for four years. Once I joined Stewart in 2017, I became a TCREW member.
 
What is your most significant TCREW connection?   How has your TCREW membership been impactful in your own personal growth and development?  TCREW has provided me the opportunity to enhance my network and make enjoyable and productive connections. I also value and learn from the programs TCREW offers.
 
How do you see TCREW impacting the Triangle?  TCREW has a wonderful reputation in the Region as an organization that creates business opportunities, produces first-class events and connects people. The TCREW Champion Awards event is one of the premier annual events in the Triangle. 
 
How can we, as women in the commercial real estate industry, best make an impact in mentoring the next generation of women in CREW?  The TCREW Mentoring Committee is an intentional effort to accomplish this goal. Supporting the work of this committee is critical towards the accomplishment of this goal.
                                                                                 
What is one goal you would like to achieve through TCREW?  I would like to continue to build and strengthen relationships, build positive awareness of Stewart, and be actively involved in serving and leading in the Triangle Region.
 
What is the best leadership advice you have been given or can give to others?  Words I live by: Treat everyone with respect and insist that it is reciprocated. Mutual respect and a willingness to achieve the best possible outcome, combined with open and honest communication, can overcome nearly any obstacle, challenge or misconception.