Chesterfield’s Kristin Gable Wins Courage in Leadership PRISM Award

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Kristin Gable // Photo courtesy of PM Environmental

Kristin Gable, national manager of due diligence at Lansing-based PM Environmental, has won the Courage in Leadership PRISM Award from EDR. The award honors business leaders who have made impacts in their organization through courageous leadership.

EDR is a Connecticut-based provider of data and technology to property due diligence professionals.

Gable exhibited leadership impact with her guidance of PM’s Learn, Enhance, Advance, Develop (LEAD) program. The LEAD program specializes in training PM staff. She led the program’s implementation for staff by streamlining PM’s training processes and procedures across all departments and regions. Gable continues to work closely with department leads to improve and develop the program.

“Kristin is truly an example of a great leader. She has the perfect balance of technical knowledge and empathy to nurture staff on all career paths,” says Beth Sexton, COO at PM Environmental. “I was elated to see Kristin’s leadership skills honored by such a prestigious organization.”

PRISM nominations were submitted in early spring and reviewed and judged by Zweig Group, a firm with a history of running recognized awards programs for the architecture, engineering, and environmental consulting industries. The PRISM Awards Dinner was held May 8 at the Hutton Hotel in Nashville, Tenn.

Gable began her career at PM more than 10 years ago. She was promoted to national manager of due diligence at the end of last year. Gable specializes in Phase I Environmental Site Assessments and risk management and manages every aspect of more than 1,500 transactional due diligence projects PM completes annually.

“I am honored to have been nominated by PM and recognized by an industry that I am so proud to be a part of,” says Gable. “PM’s continued mentorship and support has had a significant impact on my career, and I’m thankful to be part of a great company and community.”

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