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About Heidi Weiskopf

 

Experienced, entrepreneurial, multi-skilled

 

Career Background:

Heidi Weiskopf is driven and dedicated in all she does. She is a creative marketer, self motivated, a research junkie, and detail oriented. Daughter of Tom Weiskopf, retired PGA TOUR player, she is grateful for the fortunate travel opportunities with PGA TOUR life to extraordinary venues worldwide and meeting delightful people along the way. Further exposure to high-end property developers came with her father's transition from tournament golf to golf course design. Find Tom Weiskopf Designs here  

Real estate marketing consulting and interior design filled Heidi Weiskopf's early career paths. After completing her MBA in International Management from THUNDERBIRD, she founded WISE ASSOCIATES, INC., providing international business development strategies for well renowned golf property developers and hospitality clients. Thereafter, serendipity led to opening HEIDI WEISKOPF INTERIOR DESIGN, earning accolades including two (2) AMERICAN SOCIETY OF INTERIOR DESIGN (ASID) Awards and featured designer in two books and assorted magazines. Find more detail on her CV page. 

 

Heidi Weiskopf has held an Arizona Real Estate Sales License since 1991. 

Heidi has been on hiatus raising children.

She is relaunching career! Inquiries welcome.  

 

Qualifications & Competencies: 
  • 14 years in business ownership, project management and real estate development consulting
  • entrepreneurial
  • team interfacing
  • client/account management and service leadership
  • rapport excellence
  • superior verbal and written communication 
  • unsurpassed work ethic, creative and self motivated

  • MBA in International Management, THUNDERBIRD School of Global Management

  • Arizona Real Estate Sales Licensee since 1991 

  • ASID-award winning interior design studio

  • Events management for a $50m international marketing-merchandising company

Passions & Interests:
  • Health minded

  • Bikram Yoga

  • Interventions and Special Ed advocate for children with learning differences

  • Fly fishing