Women in Towne Spotlight-Nikki Ross

In celebration of National Women’s History Month, and in the spirit of honoring the achievements of accomplished women in our communities, in March we will spotlight Women in Towne.

Today we introduce you to Nikki Ross – Account Manager.

Nikki’s ability to see challenges as opportunities is what makes her a shining example of Women in Towne and the leadership Women in Towne provide. She has taken full advantage of working with great leaders within Towne Park, always asking questions and consulting with leadership to help develop her skills. Nikki began her career with Towne Park in May of 2012 as a Guest Service Associate. She quickly worked through the ranks Nicki Rossand took her first Assistant Account Manager position in 2013. In 2016, Nikki was presented with the opportunity to work in Spokane to open a new account. Nikki accepted the challenge and has successfully overseen the transition from the previous operator. Nikki attended the University of Missouri-Kansas City, majoring in American history. Her goal is to continue to grow with Towne Park and further expand our footprint in eastern Washington.

Nikki was raised in Washington state with seven brothers. She is an avid softball player and spends time traveling for tournaments and training with highly accomplished players.  Nikki is also researching the Silver Valley mining history in northern Idaho to gain accreditation as a historian.

“Nikki is a developing leader who strives for excellence from herself and her team. Her drive to exceed goals and win is unmatched. Nikki perseveres. She is a tireless, meticulous leader that bristles at the thought of “good enough.”  I am honored to watch her grow and see her lead,” commented Derek Breniman, District Manager – Portland/Seattle.

We are proud to have this Woman in Towne LeadingServing and Growing at Towne Park.

Women in Towne® is a community of men and women at Towne Park who work together to create programming and other initiatives designed to recruit, hire, retain, and advance women at Towne Park. This community is rooted in the belief that associates of diverse backgrounds improve our ability to anticipate and meet the needs of our clients, our associates and our communities.


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