Patrick Cutter, Sales Director
Shannon Lavin, Sales Executive
Michael Moynihan, Sales Executive & Director of Business Development
Jenny Chen Robertson, Sales Coordinator
As the Boston skyline continues to grow, The Collaborative Companies (TCC) of Boston plays a demonstrable role in supporting and enabling that change and growth. Within the TCC family of high-producing pros, four key standouts are Jenny Chen Robertson, sales coordinator; Michael Moynihan, sales executive and director of business development; Shannon Lavin, sales executive; and Patrick Cutter, sales director. Their backgrounds are diverse, but they have unified vision and execution on every goal.
Robertson is a previous wealth management professional with a highly organized manner and a straightforward, detail-oriented style that leaves clients feeling confident in their largest purchases. Lavin is a compelling real estate star who builds strong relationships with clients and brings a highly knowledgeable, personal interest to supporting them.
Moynihan is a tenacious force who sells out large residential developments and buildings, like EchelonSeaport, where TCC drives sales and marketing for an artfully crafted, sprawling and unique development that features all the best of what Boston has to offer. Finally, Cutter brings a never-outworked, competitive and intuitive approach to assessing clients’ goals and then making them happen.
“We’re known for our passion,” they say. “Passion to succeed and caring about our clients’ needs.”
Together, this “TCC fabulous four” carries over 50 years of combined experience and 13 professional memberships. They also boast the largest residential development project sellout to date, an $800 million mega deal at EchelonSeaport — among several jaw-dropping closeouts of high-dollar, luxury condo and residential developments.
From a former college baseball player to a mom of a young son, the team at TCC embraces challenge and change to come out stronger on the other side. “Our success as a team comes from always having each other’s back,” they say. “We are constantly pushing each other to be better.”