FORT MYERS, Fla. – Tri-Town Construction, Inc. has promoted Brandie Packard Dickerson to its new position of executive vice president, reporting directly to owner Marc Devisse. Dickerson had formerly held the role of marketing manager, where she strategically began to hone the firm’s brand identity and raise its professional profile within the community.
As the firm’s executive vice president, Dickerson is working with Devisse to further define the firm’s vision and execute strategic initiatives for business growth. She oversees the firm’s sales and marketing, administrative and human resources, and leads its charitable and community initiatives. To accommodate faster growth, Dickerson is formalizing internal operations, policies and procedures to ensure they align with Tri-Town Construction’s core values.
“Brandie has been an enormous help to me over the last couple of years, as we have shifted into higher growth,” said President Marc Devisse of Tri-Town Construction. “Her leadership, energy and capabilities have helped me cultivate and strengthen the firm to take on new, exciting opportunities.”
Originally from the Mississippi Gulf coast, she owned and operated Brandie Dickerson Designs from 2009 to 2015. It was a full service interior and event design firm, with retail locations in Mississippi and Florida. Earlier she worked in sales, marketing and merchandising for The Paper Moon of Biloxi and was a licensed Realtor® for Coldwell Banker Alfonso Realty in Ocean Springs, Miss.
Dickerson and her family relocated to Southwest Florida in 2015. She serves as secretary of Kiwanis of Bonita Springs’ Young Professionals group, is on the advisory board of The Above Board Chamber, has coached Girls on the Run of Collier County, and recently graduated from Leadership Collier’s Foundations Growing Associates in Naples program (GAIN).
For more information, visit www.Tri-TownConstruction.com.