Most Influential Women: Denise Nunez, NAI Horizon
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Today’s spotlight: Denise Nunez
Title: Senior vice president, NAI Horizon
Nunez is a commercial real estate agent with more than 25 years of focused self-storage expertise. She joined NAI Horizon in 2015 bringing knowledge, expertise and a self-storage focus to her brokerage efforts here in Arizona and across the southwestern states.
Source of pride: “I finished 2018 as the Top Producer at NAI Horizon. It represents hard work, persistence and patience. Working in what is still considered a male-dominated industry, I am proud of that accomplishment and hope to attain that same ranking for 2019.”
The personality trait that helped you succeed: “Being well organized, dependable, efficient and a good communicator have helped me to excel. Applying these qualities to each deal gives my clients what they expect and keeps them turning to me for their next deal.”
The personality trait that got you into trouble: “An executive coach once told me that my reach for perfectionism could be a hang up to getting things done. I learned how to balance a need for meeting high expectations with what I was actually able to achieve.”
Best childhood memory: “Our family dinners. My mom always made sure we gathered as a family for dinner. It was an occasion to laugh, celebrate and share our events of the day. People lead hectic lives now; the family dinner is becoming a rarity. Time around the table will always be my best childhood memory.”