Kiwi has built a team of diverse individuals. When you step on a kiwi job site, the stereotypes of construction go out the window. You are met with a team of talented individuals who grow together and create homes that are built with love. Each of them comes with their unique skill set and passion for people and planet.
Michelle Mazzotta is an innovator, entrepreneur and sustainability advocate. Being Head of Partnerships is a role that evolved from integrating her unique and diverse skills, education and dedicated passions. From a personal background of being immersed in home construction, development and real estate, onto being a Sound Engineer in Los Angeles, onto a mariner on a cross Atlantic Tall Ship voyage...these are among the experiences that have cultivated Michellle's unique skill set to lead and motivate her team and build a collaborative company dedicated to customer satisfaction and sustainable, green home building. Michelle's ethos is to listen to a clients needs and transpose those needs into a product that will both help our planet and provide a house that will be a healthier home.
Macy started in construction at the age of 14 and hasn't looked back. Although she would say there is always more to learn, she carries with her a vast knowledge and set of skills. She has been a business owner for over twelve years completing projects in the civil, industrial and residential construction industries. She has seen the cause and effect of projects that don't hold the environment as a top priority and wants that to change. She joined the Kiwi team to help fight back. making healthier, more sustainable homes
Lindsey is a professional engineer with the singular focus to make the world a better place. With decades of experience in sustainable building, envelope engineering and structural engineering, Lindsey brings commercial-level green construction practices to every home that Kiwi touches. We spend 90% of our time indoors as a species - and have seriously upset our planet's climate - so isn't it time that we start building homes that contribute to personal- and planetary- health?