More than 500 Long Realty sales pros and staff gathered at the company’s yearly recognition event to honor 2018 achievements, held Feb 27 at Lowes Ventana Canyon Resort. Amongst the recognition, is the prestigious Samuel H. Woods Community Service Award. Taking home this award for 2019 is Sandy Northcutt, a sales pro with the company’s Dove Mountain office.
Named for Samuel H. Woods, a former Long Realty member renowned for his community-service engagement, the annual award recognizes a sales associate or employee who best exemplifies a commitment to community involvement and ‘service above self’ while inspiring others to do the same.
Northcutt is broadly active in the Dove Mountain/Marana community. An avid animal lover, her donations to area rescue organizations—HOPE Animal Shelter, Equine Encore Foundation, Pima Animal Care Center, Humane Society of Southern Arizona and Ironwood Pig Sanctuary (home to some 550 potbellied pigs)—include food, money, blankets, foster placements and other necessities.
She also donates to the Cotton Blossom thrift store in Marana, supports Interfaith Community Services and contributes to numerous charity events at The Highlands at Dove Mountain active-adult community. Northcutt also helped bring the Ben’s Bells Kindness Initiative project to the Highlands community and donates to the Long Realty Cares Foundation, the company’s philanthropic arm.
And that’s just for starters. Joined by her four-person team of realty pros, Northcutt supports the Community Food Bank of Southern Arizona in Marana (including its Thanksgiving food drive), the Dove Mountain Day in the Park event, the Marana Unified School District’s holiday gift drive and the office’s partnership with Cotton Blossom and MHC Healthcare.
“I can’t think of anyone who deserves the Woods award more than Sandy Northcutt,” said David Winter, manager of the Dove Mountain office. “She sets a very high standard for herself and then inspires others to join her in exceeding it. The entire community benefits from her energy, caring and leadership.”
The award includes a donation to the Samuel H. Woods Memorial Scholarship Fund in the name of the recipient. Administered by the University of Arizona Foundation, the fund supports a scholarship for a student studying regional land development at the UA’s School of Geography and Development.
Licensed since 2005 with multiple real estate designations including a CRS designation (Certified Residential Specialist), Northcutt is a platinum-level member of Long Realty’s 1926 Circle of Excellence for 2019, a recognition reserved for the company’s highest-performing agents.
For more information, contact Sandy Northcutt at firstname.lastname@example.org or (520) 409-5301.