This week Dee welcomes the CEO and Co-founder of Mobu Enterprises, Jessica Lewis. Jessica and her team hope to revolutionize the real estate industry by developing affordable housing projects out of shipping containers. In part one, Jessica shares how she’s learned so much about shipping containers, how her team is building one unit at a time in vulnerable communities, and the inspiration for her “How To Start An Apprenticeship Program.”
About Jessica Lewis:
Jessica is an ambitious self-made businesswoman and serial entrepreneur from Philadelphia, PA with a track record of Real Estate, Management Consulting, Project Management, Public Speaking, Corporate Training, and Commercial Lending.
Jessica is also the CEO/Co-founder of Mobu Enterprises where she and her business partner, Ibrahim Smith have shifted the perspective of traditional housing by building disaster-resistant homes out of shipping containers, also known as “green construction.”
In her business, the multifaceted entrepreneur focuses on supporting cross-functional teams to increase customer satisfaction through process improvements, which cuts the development time in half, making Mobu Enterprises one of the most efficient black-owned companies building shipping container homes in less than 90 days with a comprehensive team of general contractors, engineers, and interior design team making them a one-stop-shop for build-outs.
As a highly respected professional, Jessica Lewis has exceptional knowledge of developing strategic plans for service excellence. She’s fostered deep work-related relationships with national and international contacts, making her a Global Influencer.
With over 20 years of experience, Jessica demonstrates great leadership, she knows how to close deals with qualified leads, and she is a capable and consistent problem-solver skilled at prioritizing and managing projects with proficiency.
The multifaceted business mogul is definitely a force to be reckoned with as well as she’s progressive-minded and in tune with new developments in her industry.
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