05 September, 2014 posted by: CORE
As a farewell to summer, today’s final #COREtravels Photo of the Week comes to us from CORE’s Director of Operations, Ashley Sternbach. During her honeymoon to Bora Bora, Ashley captured this breathtaking photo of the sun setting behind the rising peaks, Mount Pahia and Mount Otemanu, of an extinct volcano located in the center of the island. Bora Bora is a French Polynesian island located in the Pacific and is surrounded by a magnificent lagoon and barrier reef.
For more shots from the CORE team, be sure to check us out on Instagram @CORE_RealEstate.
23 August, 2012 posted by: Shaun Osher
Welcome to Ten, CORE founder and CEO Shaun Osher’s rapid-fire interview series with prominent CORE figures. Read on to find out how this week’s subject deals with being on the hot seat.
CORE is a sprawling operation, and it takes solid leadership behind the scenes to make sure all of the moving parts are in their right places and performing the right tasks. Ashley Sternbach, CORE’s Director of Operations, is an expert at streamlining the many sides of our business and keeping things running efficiently, and her 5 years at our company have made her an integral part of our success.
1) What did you do before joining CORE?
I practically joined CORE right after I graduated from Boston University’s School of Hospitality. I knew I wanted to work in real estate after graduating and luckily, it happened.
2) Why did you join CORE?
I liked the boutique feel and felt that working at a start-up would be an interesting challenge.
3) What has it been like to see the company grow and evolve?
When i joined CORE, there were only 10 agents, and the company was really trying to solidify its place in the luxury real estate market. It has been amazing to personally and professionally grow with the company. I like looking back and seeing how far we have come.
4) As a Director of Operations, you’re typically behind the scenes, so explain to people how your role works, and why it’s so vital to the business.
The work that I do as Director of Operations is very versatile. The unique thing about operations is that it is all about performing multiple roles at the same time, while other jobs tend to focus on a specific, narrower scope. I am often wearing multiple hats, whether it is setting up a new sales center for a new development project or interviewing potential new employees to bring on board, no two days have ever been the same — and that is one of the best parts of my job!
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