Troy Lindsey joined the firm in 2018. As Director of Operations, he oversees office services and facilities firm-wide including firm property management, leasehold improvements, lease/space planning, design, construction, disaster recovery, business continuity, procurement of all goods and services, travel, mail/copy services, and the Resource Center.
Prior to joining the firm, Troy was Executive Vice President, Director of Real Estate and Corporate Services at a large international bank located in Birmingham, Alabama where he managed 900+ facilities and 6.2 million square feet across 15 states. Over a tenure of 17 years, Troy also served in the roles of Executive Vice President, Director of Real Estate, Procurement, Security & Corporate Services/Chief Security Officer and Senior Vice President, Director of Finance. Previously, he was Senior Vice President of Finance, Analysis and Planning, Operations, and Technology at a large U.S. based financial services company in St. Louis, Missouri.
Butler County Community College A.A. Business Administration and Management
Emporia State University B.B.A. Business Administration and Management
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