Corporate Headquarters Team
Bob Lenz: President
Bob’s adventurous streak was sparked by his gold medal win in the 1996 inaugural X-Games for extreme upside-down whitewater kayaking. After a long stint as the only American born Sherpa working on Mt. Everest and traveling the world as lead instructor for B.A.D.A.S.S. Flyers - Blindfolded Aerial Dueling Acrobatic Student Stunt, Bob returned home to Michigan to cross another item off his bucket list – starting his own company. Peak Management has been a dream come true. Meet his fabulous staff below.
Michael Mansoor: Controller
Michael appears to be a well-adjusted family man who successfully wrangles Peak’s multifaceted finances, but we’ve had an inkling of his double life from day one. We’ll never fully know the extent of his carefully concealed, cave-dwelling alter-ego existence, but we’re proud of his dark knight good deeds. No joke.
Jason Bartley: Information Technology
In his late teens, Jason escaped an international hacking scandal by seeking refuge at a remote ashram in India. Years later, he returned to the modern world in a state of tranquil enlightenment. At Peak Management, he fulfills his divine mission to promote peace and harmony between man and machine. Namaste.
Tiffany Vaxelaire: Regional Manager
Tiffany opened up her first lemonade stand at the tender age of four. After perfecting her recipe for sweet tea in college, she started the Southern Belle Sweet Tea Company, which earned distinction as the official White House beverage during the Bush years. Tiffany joins the team here at Peak Management fresh from the sale of her secret recipe to Snapple!
Gwendolyn Gregory: Regional Property Manager
Gwendolyn’s karaoke career began as a young child on her family’s homestead. As her sweet voice grew stronger and stronger, the gardens grew greener, berries burst, and fish flew like fowl. Later, she wowed the crowds at city bars and won a coveted spot on the Karaoke Karousel cross-country carnival tour. The Peak Management team welcomes Gwendolyn’s mesmerizing voice and can’t wait to watch her halftime performance at Atlanta’s Peach Bowl!
Brad Behrens: Regional Maintenance Manager
Brad to the rescue! We won’t go into the details, but when a Peak team-building event went awry and numerous staff found themselves marooned on an island in the middle of the Detroit River, Brad single-handedly saved the day. He rescued struggling swimmers, repaired the electric surfboards, and caught, cleaned, and fried fifty pounds of fresh fish. Lucky for us, Brad was coaxed away from his isolated island retreat to oversee the meticulous maintenance of Peak’s pristine properties.
Carrie Rinehart: Human Resources
Carrie’s passion for coffee and cooking led to her winning entry in the Girl Scout Cookie Creator Contest. Her Coconut Cacao Craze was an instant hit, out-selling Thin Mints for the first time in history, but parents protested about the java-jittery effect on their young children. Carrie later recruited a caffeinated crew to introduce her coffee-infused confections to college campuses and corporations worldwide. Peak Management is thrilled to bring this bold barista on board to fuel our business.
Julie Tirony: Accounting
Julie has returned to Michigan from her long sabbatical to the frozen tundra of the great white north. Using the skills acquired from her time as the Curling champion of the Northwest Territories, she will sweep away financial obstacles and smooth the path forward for Peak Management.
Christine Gilbert: Accounting
As a toddler, Christine was caught using her tiny safety scissors to transform her family’s houseplants. Later, she was outed as the Edward Scissorhands of Detroit, transforming overgrown bushes on vacant properties into an urban jungle of art. These days, she channels her magic into trimming the Peak Management budget, but have no fear, she recruited a succession of Japanese bonsai exchange students to continue her whimsical beautification of the Motor City.
Jimmy Crandall: Media & Systems Developer
Jimmy crawled onto his first skateboard as a six-month-old. Six short years later, he became the youngest professional skateboarder in The United States. Bored with broken bones and skinned knees, he followed his doctors’ advice and directed his talents towards more nerdly pursuits. At sixteen, his solo mixed media art exhibition, Shattered Dreams, featuring cracked skateboards and computer-generated graffiti peaked our interest. In his spare time, he’s a mentor for K.I.C.K.A.S.S. - Kids in Crisis Keeping All Skaters Safe, and we created a new position here at Peak to harness his many talents.
Margo Mina: Office Manager
Margo’s ten-year streak as Midwest Mom’s Bowling Champ was impressive enough, but she upped the game by inventing the first Magic Mood bowling ball using heat sensing technology. The morphing colors mystified her competitors, and soon everyone was clamoring for their very own Magic Mood ball. Peak Management is fortunate to have Margo in our office, greeting guests, caring for our space, and brightening everyone’s mood on a daily basis.