Business Elite’s “40 Under 40” is a prestigious award program that identifies outstanding young Executives and Entrepreneurs in the business world creating networking opportunities for the up-and-comers, aspiring young business leaders and industry disruptors with the undoubted attitude, quality, potential, desire, determination, and ambition to shape the world of business over the coming decades.
For young and upcoming business leaders, It is one of the world’s most popular and prestigious awards and was recently bestowed upon one of our own local female entrepreneurs, Jordan Delani Triveri.
Vice President of Real Estate at One Source Capital Group, Jordan has proven successful in her Real Estate career specializing in residential luxury sales and small tract development. In 2019, she started up the Real Estate Division for One Source Capital Group. She is also the First Vice President of the Women’s Council of Realtors for the Gold Country Chapter (which the city of Folsom is part of).
At a local level, Triveri is committed to advocacy in her position as an active board member for Folsom’s Hope, serving at-risk youth, and Heart for Heroes, serving First Responders. She has helped to raise over $300,000 across many non-profits, rotaries, and local organizations. Supporting local causes is one of Jordan’s passions and one of the reasons she chose Real Estate as her career. She states, “I have the ability to have a flexible schedule and connecting people is a huge aspect of my job already - why not put it to good use”.
“Being a young woman in the Real Estate industry, full of its superstar agents, is very challenging to say the least. I am trying to approach Real Estate differently by giving back to the community - to be able to showcase my heart and my mission first - in hopes that people will see my true nature, and therefore, trust me with their business or referrals."
Business Elite's 40 Under 40 award recognizes young professionals on different levels for being innovative in their industry and successful in their career, regardless of adversity or challenges, while also maintaining a high level of philanthropy. Triveri says, “I came upon an opportunity to leave mainstream real estate in order to pioneer a new aspect of real estate by creating a one-of-a-kind design and build program”. Triveri is excited to continue the build out of this program and hopes it creates a lasting impact in our community.
Being a recipient Business Elite's 40 Under 40 awards confirms Triveri and other young professionals’ ambition to aim high and connect with innovative leaders spanning all industries across the globe. Triveri was selected from thousands of nominees for this prestigious award and we are lucky and proud to share in her success.
There have been a number of amazing female entrepreneurs in the local news lately. Folsom Chamber of Commerce (Choose Folsom) had its annual Community Awards at Lakeside Church. The Small Business of the Year Award went to Anita Rochelle Boutique (627 Sutter Street, Folsom). Anita has been in Folsom's Historic District since 2009 and she finds creative ways to grow her business and support her community. Taryn Grows, who's been a long time advocate for local business, and her father, known as "Uncle Charlie", finally got the green light to move forward with their "dream to build a beer sanctuary for the beer enthusiast" named Uncle Charlie's Firehouse and Brew. In our Business Monthly section, you can read more about Alexis Fitzpatrick, who is the new Chief Financial Officer at SAFE Credit Union based in Folsom. Creativity, community, perseverance and hard work has paid off for these successful women and their businesses. We congratulate them!
“Being a young woman in the Real Estate industry, full of its superstar agents, is very challenging to say the least. I am trying to approach Real Estate differently by giving back to the community..."