Getting to know Anna Kichakov

When: Tue 28 Nov 2017
Getting to know Anna Kichakov

 

Tell us about yourself 

Hi! My name is Anna Kichakov and I began working for Core Projects at the beginning of 2016 and was offered a position to join the sales team at Warralily twelve months ago.  Geelong girl at heart, but also have lived in Melbourne and London.  While I love to travel, I also enjoy a good book and expressing my creativity with a range of acrylics and oils on a canvass. 
 
Where have you worked before Warralily?

Before joining the team at Warralily, I worked as an assistant for Carlisle Homes and for a commercial landscape firm.  I had a great opportunity on working on a variety of different projects, from the mineral springs in Hepburn Region to the Royal Children’s Hospital.  Changing pace, I began working at the display homes and became familiar with the Warralily estate.

 What do you love about working at Warralily?

There are so many reasons why I enjoy working at Warralily.  Working with a great team, meeting new clients and being part of a growing development. The changes with infrastructure occurring within the estate is just as exciting for the team as it is for the residents and new clients.  One of my favourite parts of the job, even though at times your knee deep in mud, is when you take the client out to the site of their future home.  And yes, you are potentially showing them a paddock, however it doesn’t take away the excitement on their faces.  The smiles say it all! 

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