Member Profile: Julie Yeazle, Anderson-CC

October 17, 2014 at 8:09 am

yeazle_photo1_smallPersonal Summary
I was born in Omaha, Nebraska, and moved to Burnsville before first grade. When my twin sister (no we’re not identical) and I were entering 10th grade, we moved to Glencoe, Minnesota. The transition to a small farming community was a bit of a culture shock but we adjusted and our family’s beer distributing business thrived.  I came back to the Twin Cities for college, where I graduated with a B.A. in Marketing from Augsburg. I was a jock growing up.  I played basketball, hockey, fast pitch, volleyball and ran track.  I played basketball and fast pitch in college and was inducted into the Augsburg Athletic Hall of Fame.

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I got into real estate by happenstance.  After college, I needed work and started out as a receptionist with Rosewood Companies, where I discovered that real estate brokerage was where I wanted to be.  I then began working in that capacity with Northco.  My focus shifted to business development in the commercial general construction world. I am now working with Anderson-CC, a commercial general contractor located in the Twin Cities.

In my free time, I love spending time with my daughters Maddee and Natalee.  They’re 27 and 23, so it’s fun enjoying time together as girlfriends (although I’m still the mom).  My husband Jon (who’s also a twin) and I enjoy working out together, and golfing and boating with our friends. We’re traveling more; we spent time in Costa Rica last winter and have a trip to St. Maarten planned this winter.

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I’ve been involved in various real estate organizations and committees over the years. From 2010 to 2012, Sonja Dusil and I co-chaired the NAIOP Community Enhancement Committee.  During that time, we created the Tilt the Kilt lawn bowling fundraising event where 96 lawn bowlers and lots of non-bowlers enjoy the day on the rooftop at Brit’s Pub.

The teams are asked to come up with creative team names–like The Kiltless Wonders, our 2014 team name winner–and team costumes–so a priest, a monk, a nun and the Pope showed up one year.  Our event isn’t anything without our various levels of sponsors which we’ve fondly named The Brave Hearts, The Bagpipers and The Happy Scotsman!

The 5th annual Tilt the Kilt event on Sept. 22 raised more than $5,000 for NAIOP’s charitable partner, Camp Fire Minnesota.  Cumulatively over the last 5 years, Tilt the Kilt has raised more than $21,000 for NAIOP’s charities.  We’re very proud of this event and look forward to it becoming a long standing NAIOP Minnesota tradition.

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