Alicia Skoug has been promoted as the new President of the Washington, D.C. Division of Drees Homes, which is the 30th largest homebuilder and the 12th largest privately held homebuilding company in the country, it was announced on April 3.
As part of her new role, Skoug will lead efficient and profitable management of all areas under the control of the branch. “I have admired Alicia over the years for her tenacity, intelligence, and strategic thinking. I’m excited to see the enthusiasm and focus she will bring to the leadership of our Washington, D.C. Division,” said Dave Hausfeld, Southeast Region President of Drees Homes.
Skoug started working for the company in May of 2012 as an Area Manager. She was responsible for land acquisition, sales, and management of the design center. Since 2017, she has mostly focused on land acquisitions, securing several large master-planned communities among other well-positioned locations.
Skoug holds a BS from Clemson University in Marketing with a minor in Entrepreneurship. Throughout her career spanning over 20 years in the homebuilding industry, she has served on the Washington Metropolitan Sales and Marketing Council (WMSMC) and Northern Virginia Building Industry Association (NVBIA) Membership Committee. She’s also a founding member and former co-chair of the Women in the Building Industry Committee (WBI). Skoug is presenting also serving as the 2019 President of the NVBIA.
Headquartered in Ft. Mitchell, Kentucky, Drees Homes is nationally ranked by the Builder magazine as the 30th largest homebuilder of the nation. It operates in Cincinnati and Northern Kentucky, Cleveland, Indianapolis, Jacksonville, Nashville, Raleigh, Washington, D.C., Austin, Houston, and Dallas.