Sam Marx

Cincinnati
Executive Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer
Cincinnati, Ohio
Joined NAP: 2013
PURPOSE
Managing relationships to create efficiencies that strategically align priorities and opportunities
 

Sam Marx is passionate about North American Properties’ vision and ensuring its leaders are working towards the goals that uphold the long-term success of NAP’s vision and its incredible work family. As Executive Assistant to the Chief Operating Officer, Kevin Riley, Sam has a unique perspective of the company and focuses her time on keeping the business running smoothly through program management, communication and strategic support.

Sam forges connections cross-functionally throughout NAP and with our stakeholders. As the liaison between the COO and our leadership team, Sam oversees vital internal and external communications to keep our messaging consistent. Sam provides guidance on projects that impact the way NAP does business and she takes on ad-hoc projects as they relate to her role and as requested by the COO to support our strategic initiatives. Additionally, Sam stays abreast of the key business development software’s, seeks and explores new opportunities and coordinates our most important meetings and events. Sam leverages Kevin’s time in the most effective way by organizing and prioritizing his schedule and travel plans so that he can successfully execute NAP’s strategic initiatives each year.

Sam was born and raised in Cincinnati and loves that her job lets her directly impact her hometown. When Sam is not ensuring everything goes off without a hitch at NAP, she spends time with her husband Nolan, two “bonus sons” Ethan and Preston, and her daughter, Bexley.

 

SOCIAL

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CONTACT

513.721.2744
212 East Third Street, Suite 300
Cincinnati, Ohio 45202
 

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