The Voices Podcast is an interview series designed to get multifamily talking! Produced by HappyCo and hosted by Glennis Markison, it features multifamily voices on the most pressing industry topics — from operating during COVID-19 to building an effective work culture to leadership strategies and more.
How do you respond when the COVID-19 pandemic puts your multifamily maintenance teams at risk? Steve Duceatt, RADCO Director of Maintenance & Facilities, offers a how-to on the most pressing issues: from sourcing supplies and communicating effectively to motivating teams and leveraging technology.Episode Page
When every one of your senior residents is deemed "high-risk" in a pandemic, how do you change course as an operator? Anne Sackrison, COO of CSI Support and Development Services, shares safety, communication, and operational strategies.Episode Page
How should leaders manage student housing and multifamily communities during the COVID-19 pandemic? Steve Boyack, CEO of CA Management Services, shares on-the-ground insights from every angle: culture and maintenance through communication and technology.Episode Page
From growth and hiring to conflict and crises, Barry Blanton, Chief Problem Solver of Blanton Turner, shares his lens on the most critical aspects of multifamily leadership.Episode Page
How do you build a work culture where multifamily standard operating procedures truly matter? Where new employees feel comfortable speaking up to make edits and teams collaborate to shape policy for the better? Brenda Cones, Senior Director of Systems & Operations at Embrey Partners, shares her voice on why it starts with work culture.Episode Page
Glennis is a writer/producer from San Francisco. Taking the city’s trains and buses with riders of all ages and backgrounds inspired Glennis to go into journalism and share people’s stories for a living. As a content producer at HappyCo, she’s excited to highlight diverse voices and share stories from within the Multifamily industry.
Would you like to have your perspective featured on Voices?
Do you have a perspective on an emerging topic, trend, policy or practice to share? Or a unique local angle on a specific issue or business strategy most relevant to your region? Or can you offer leadership lessons and insider tips that help your colleagues improve their businesses and lift the entire industry up together? We want to talk to you!
Our skilled team of editors will work with you to feature your voice in your own words on the trends, triumphs and challenges at the heart of multifamily.
Submit a one paragraph description to us that outlines your topic and the experience you have with the chosen subject area. We will respond to submissions within one week of entry. If the subject is approved, you will be contacted to schedule a 20–30 minute phone interview.
HappyCo’s editing team will shape the interview into a first or third-person article. You will have the opportunity to review, edit and approve the final draft for accuracy and tone.
Do you have a friend, colleague, etc. with a compelling perspective on an emerging topic, trend, policy, or practice in multifamily? Maybe they have valuable leadership lessons to impart, or a business strategy bound to help others in the industry? Perhaps their insights on a local or national issue would strike a chord with a broad audience?
If any of this applies, we’d like to share their voice!
You can help us get the ball rolling by filling out this form with your information first. Then, in the box at the bottom, include your nominee’s name and title along with a one to two-sentence description letting us know which topic your nominee is likely to share in Voices. Within one week of entry, we will respond with a note to you to find out more about the nominee’s multifamily area of interest and how best to reach out.
From there, we will contact the nominee for a 30-minute phone interview. HappyCo’s editing team will shape the interview into a first or third-person article. The nominee will have the opportunity to review, edit, and approve the final draft for accuracy and tone.