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A Colorado Native and Second-Generation Cresa Broker

Garrett Johnson named GenXYZ winner in 2019


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GARRETT JOHNSON, 36

MANAGING PRINCIPAL, CRESA

At Cresa, Garrett Johnson has been instrumental in 
creating a culture of collaboration and setting up emerging brokers for success. Within his first year of being named managing principal, he redefined the junior broker position into an 18-month program that covers research, market knowledge acquisition and business development, helping young brokers gain the knowledge needed for long-term success in the industry.

As part of Cresa’s global Emerging Leaders Council, Johnson has developed the content for the two-day peer-to-peer retreat to create and reinforce a foundation of trust and collaboration among leaders from all over the world. A Colorado native and a second-generation Cresa broker, Johnson is the winner of the Cresa Core Values Award for his ability to foster collaboration, set an ethical example and follow the mantra “Do the Right Thing.”  He also acts as an active ambassador and sponsor of the Kempe Foundation, an organization dedicated to the prevention and treatment of child abuse and neglect.

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Lisa Ryckman

Lisa Ryckman is ColoradoBiz's managing editor. Contact her at lryckman@cobizmag.com.

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