Jones Is First Graduate of Company’s Unique ‘Wheel Program’ for Brokerage Training
Phoenix, Arizona – Sam Jones has been named as an Associate at Colliers International in Arizona, specializing in landlord and tenant representation for the leasing and sale of industrial and office properties. Jones is the first Arizona graduate of Colliers’ unique “Wheel Program,” which comprehensively trains future brokerage professionals.
“Sam entered our training program with strong motivation and a champion’s mentality,” says Bob Mulhern, senior managing director of Colliers International in Arizona. “He approaches each assignment with attention to detail and remarkable diligence.”
Jones now serves as an Associate within the team including Keri Scott and Rob Martensen. In his new role, Jones leverages his analytical skills and research expertise to keep clients informed about market trends. His clients and colleagues describe Jones as proactive, reliable and an energetic team player who goes the extra mile to fulfill client requirements. He looks beyond conventional elements to create and execute strategies that deliver exceptional outcomes.
Jones joined Colliers International in 2018 as the first participant in the Wheel Program. The intense training paired him with different senior brokerage teams for a period of five months each. During each term, he learned the details and approaches of each team’s commercial real estate business. This enabled Jones the opportunity to work and learn across a variety of property types, including industrial, office, flex, land and more. In addition, Jones spent several months working in the research department learning about data compilation and creation of research reports.
Jones holds a Bachelor of Science degree from University of Pennsylvania where he was a member of the Men’s Basketball team for four years and won the ivy league championship in 2018 giving Penn their first NCAA tournament bid in 10 years. Jones is also a native to Arizona and graduated from Gilbert Christian High School. He is a member of the Penn and Wharton Club of Arizona and the NAIOP Developing Leaders. Jones works in the community with Brokers for Kids and the Colliers AZ Cares organizations.