We are proud to share that two of our EverGreeners, Ann Lowry Brown, and Megan Kinneen, are featured in November issue of the New York Real Estate Journal’s Women in…
Ann Lowry joined EverGreene in 2017 after beginning her career in the general contracting world in Tampa, Florida. Working as a Business Development Coordinator, she devoted her first few years to supporting the Business Development Executives on a wide range of projects in order to understand EverGreene’s technical capabilities and how to set projects up for success before they even begin in the field.
She was promoted in 2021 to Associate Business Developer, transitioning her role to taking the lead on projects including Queens Plaza, the Museum of Early Trades and Crafts, 15 Hudson Yards, and the recent work at United Palace Theatre.
Ann Lowry received her BA in Religion from Wake Forest University.