#CVTeamTuesday featuring Shannon Cunningham

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  • #CVTeamTuesday featuring Shannon Cunningham

    At Class Valuation, we know what an integral role our team members play in our success. That’s why we’ve created #CVTeamTuesday to highlight our team members and recognize their journeys. 

    Shannon Cunningham joined Class Valuation in November of 2017. In her role as a Client Success Manager on our Sales team, she enjoys building relationships with our clients.    

    “I have been with Class Valuation for over 2 years. I was hired on the Sales team to… you guessed it… sell! My role here has transitioned slightly in order to give our clients the best experience with the appraisal process. My main focus now is to give our clients ease of mind, knowing they always have someone to support them through this sometimes stressful process. Building those long-term relationships with our clients really adds to my great experience of working at Class.” 

    “My main focus is to give our clients ease of mind, knowing they always have someone to support them.” 

    Q&A with Shannon

    What is your favorite part about working for Class Valuation?

    Being able to build long-term relationships with our clients.

    What is your guilty pleasure?

    Traveling. I feel guilty stepping away from the office, but it is definitely needed once in a while!

    What is something about you that would surprise people?

    My father owns a bakery (The Bakery Waterford). 

    What is your favorite restaurant in town?

    HopCat. Best turkey burger, hands down!

    What is one thing on your bucket list?

    Travel to Ireland. I am lucky enough to be making this come true in 2021!

    What is a quote you live by?

    “You only live once, but if you do it right, once is enough.” — Mae West

    Join us on Tuesdays to hear from Class Valuation team members on their experiences helping our clients succeed! #CVTeamTuesday


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