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Liz Polson: Professional Builder’s 40 under 40

Published: March 14, 2019

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A well-deserved and hearty congratulations to HomeSphere Director of Marketing Liz Polson!

Liz was recently named to Professional Builder’s “40 Under 40” list. And since she’s never one to toot her own horn, we’re thrilled to trumpet the news for her!

Liz is an exceptional leader, hardworking, fun to work with, and the epitome of a team player.

HomeSphere CEO Glenn Renner had this to say about her, “Liz has an extraordinary intelligence and the tenacity to learn new technologies and apply them intuitively to the pace of adoption in the construction industry”

Liz Polson Professional Builder 40 under 40EDUCATION

• BA, Visual Arts / Graphic Design, University of Northern Colorado • Pursuing MBA, University of Kansas (graduating May 2019)

ACCOMPLISHMENTS

• Double-digit revenue growth since assuming current post in 2016 • Led development of My HomeSphere, a portal that enables builders to easily manage rebate programs and connect with product manufacturers. The application was adopted by 950 builders during its first six months, is used by about 2,500 builders, and was named Top Product for 2018 by Constructech • Helped launch Homes For Our Troops, a company charity that has delivered specially adapted homes mortgage-free to three veterans in two years

SECRET LIFE

• Started freelance graphic design business during college • Has been developing websites since 2005 and loves to code • Fantasy baseball league commissioner


Liz, we are honored to have you as part of the HomeSphere family. We look forward to watching all that you’ll accomplish in the years to come.

Congrats!

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