October 15, 2021
Brittney Dabney recently joined the Corvias Property Management team at Fort Meade as Assistant Operations Director (AOD). The addition of this new position will allow the Fort Meade leadership team to have a greater focus on the day-to-day interactions with the residents to enhance the overall experience of living on post at Fort Meade.
“Our residents at Fort Meade are going to benefit from Brittney’s leadership and experience,” said Heather Fuller operations director for Corvias Property Management. “Brittney understands the demands of military life and is wholly committed to delivering a wonderful on-post experience to our military families.”
Prior to joining the Fort Meade team, Brittney spent 12 years in various leadership positions with Corvias. Brittney credits her team for her success. They worked closely across multiple departments, including the Army’s various touchpoints, to ensure smooth transitions for every person they encountered.
We recently caught up with Brittney to learn more about her and what thoughts she has on her new role.
1. As a successful property operations professional, what do you think is the most important thing you can do when you meet a resident?
Truly listening to assess their wants and needs while ensuring the resident knows you are genuinely there to help is one of the most important approaches we can take. Military life can be extremely stressful, so it is imperative we are doing what we can to bring them peace of mind when it comes to their home. We appreciate our families who choose to live in our communities.
2. What do you like most about your job?
I appreciate that I can make an impact not just to the military families I have the honor of serving each day, but to the amazing group of Corvias team members I am blessed to serve alongside.
3. What is your approach to customer service?
I believe in staying grounded in the Corvias mission of being the best provider of service. I think it’s important to try and stay one step ahead by being intentional and proactive in our approach to providing for our residents. And I rely on my team and tap into their strengths and ideas.
4. How do you relieve stress?
Staying active is definitely my outlet to relieving stress! Being in the gym allows me to focus completely on the workout in front of me. I also love finding new outdoor adventures to explore with my kiddos.
5. Do you have a military connection in your family?
There is a long line of military service in my family, to include both of my parents.
6. Kids, pets or both?
I have two amazing little humans who are my “why”. Although my son is relentless in his pursuit to convince me that we “need” a dog, there are no fur-babies in our household yet!