CEO – President
With Texas roots and a Latin culture, Jeanette Fasone knew the relevance of family unity and the potential of collaborating together for growth. Understanding these long term goals start with skills and drive, Jeanette emerged to self-preparation in education that would allow her to face the challenges of Entrepreneurship such as Real Estate, Business & Law. by 1995 Jeanette earned her Juris Doctor Degree from Western State University College of Law that equipped her to take over the Construction World along with her Family.
After more than 22 years as CEO of Fasone Construction, Jeanette Fasone has demonstrated her ability to successfully manage a variety of construction divisions like government agencies, food & beverage, entertainment, Industrial facility maintenance and commercial tenant improvements.
This Enthusiast Entrepreneur has over 32 years in construction management and team leadership experience in the construction industry that has led to a proven track record of growth, sustainability and financial stability. This journey was not a smooth ride for Jeanette due to the challenges this predominant male field has. Despite the struggles, Jeanette has been able to withstand her obstacles associating with organizations that help Women owned/minority owned business.
Her activity with these great organizations have allowed her to show her determination to many corporate entities year after year.
Jeanette Fasone is a true Hispanic pride and an example to many women business owners!
Her vision goes further than growing a company to become nationwide, she looks to create a positive economic impact and understands it starts within her surroundings. Jeanette has contributed greatly to neighborhood communities including Whittier, Commerce & Santa Fe Springs.
“My vision is to restore economic wealth through balanced progress…” Jeanette continues “I have lived in Whittier for the past 30 years and truly care about our community. I was Chairperson on the Design Review Board and I was honored to receive Historical Preservation awards from the Whittier Conservancy for two real estate projects.”