Andrea Day is known for taking care of business. Before joining SullivanDay Construction in 2008, she was a senior manager of business development for a major telecommunications company, negotiating contract pricing with their Fortune 500 customers. For 11 years, she oversaw a team of analysts, gaining skills in project management, financial analysis, contract negotiations, information technology and resource management. This financial background, teamed with her caring personality and ability to get things done, make her the perfect person to manage the operations at SullivanDay.
Andrea handles the details for SullivanDay Construction, which is no easy task. Luckily she is a master of details, juggling the bookkeeping, accounts receivable and payable, payroll and human resources with grace and a sense of humor. She also assists with the marketing and business development efforts of the firm. She understands that in order for both SullivanDay and the clients to be successful, each of these pieces needs to keep moving forward.
Offering a smart and thoughtful approach, Andrea has the qualities that are necessary for the business to run successfully. From the financial details to the needs of the staff, Andrea takes care of business at SullivanDay.
Learn more about Andrea by contacting her.
Education and Credentials
Bachelor’s Degree in Accounting and Finance, Augsburg College
MBA in Finance, Pepperdine University
Professional and Community Involvement
Member, National Association of Professional Women
Co-chair Golfin’ for Kids, Dayton Elementary School
Treasurer, Dayton Elementary PTO
Andrea stays busy with her husband, Steve, their two children and the family pets (one dog, one cat and three fish). She supports the children’s music lessons, choir practices and after school programs. She is also the treasurer of the school PTO and assists with the annual golf tournament fundraiser. Andrea is a diehard Minnesota Vikings fan and has been since she was a very small child. She and her family, which has held season tickets since the 1970s, attend every home game. Her interests include golfing, camping, playing piano, reading and scrapbooking in addition to singing in the church choir.