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We introduce you to arguably the most senior female leader in our organization, Board of Directors member Cheryl Grisé. Cheryl spent most of her career in the utilities industry and has been a vital member of our Board for more than 11 years.
Today we want to introduce the latest installment in our Women in Leadership series. Meet Jamie Tharp, the division president in Minnesota.
Today we sit down with Ellen Padesky Maturen, Vice President and Deputy General Counsel at PulteGroup. Managing risks is not just part of her role in the legal department, it’s something she takes pride in attributing to her career success. Ellen shares her advice on why it is crucial to take risks in your career so you never regret missing an opportunity. 
We feature Debra Still, President and CEO of Pulte Financial Services. With an almost 40-year record of accomplishment in the mortgage industry, Debra is an acknowledged industry leader. She has had a distinguished career, rising steadily through the ranks since joining Pulte Mortgage in 1983. Debra’s insights on how to take charge of your career development are reflective of a leader who challenges herself and those surrounding her to achieve their best.
We introduce you to another dynamic female leader: Lindy Oliva, Houston Division president. Lindy first joined the Company through Centex homes in 2006 and has over a decade of leadership experience under her belt. We know you’ll find Lindy’s perspective an interesting one – as PulteGroup’s current longest-serving female division head – as she shares her experience and insight as a veteran leader.
In this video, we sit down with Rebecca Lundberg, newly named Arizona Division President! While Rebecca never planned to work for a homebuilder, she was recruited right out of college to join PulteGroup as a sales consultant. She got her real estate license, leapt right in, and hasn’t looked back since. She provides some valuable – and maybe counterintuitive – advice about how to climb the corporate ladder. Hint: it’s not always by moving up.
Ready to spring into the new season with fresh home décor ideas and color inspiration? PulteGroup is sharing the top trends to look for in 2019 with National Director of Interior Design Angela Nuessle.
 
Color is playing a big role in interior design as we see a shift from cool-toned gray palettes to light brown-based tones. Layering warm neutrals and combining them with vibrant accents will be key to making homes fresh and stylish for spring. Check out the top color trends for 2019 from the interior design team at PulteGroup.