By JLL Dallas
The Dallas Business Journal recently recognized one of our very own with a special honor.
The publication selected Dallas Senior Vice President Torrey Littlejohn to join its elite group of the city’s “40 Under 40.” This honor recognizes Dallas-Fort Worth’s top young leaders in the business community.
Torrey is the third JLL team member from our Dallas office to receive this recognition since the publication honored South Central Region President Jeff Staubach in 2009.
“Torrey has received tremendous praise for her work, and her reputation is well-deserved and far-reaching beyond JLL,” said Jeff. “She’s built deep relationships with clients and coworkers based on a foundation of trust, which is a result of her leadership and reliable work ethic. I can’t think of a more suitable person for this recognition.”
Recently promoted to Senior Vice President, Torrey has served as a trusted advisor to her clients and teammates while working on some of the largest transactions in the country and in her region. These transactions have directly contributed to the growth and retention of thousands of jobs within the Dallas-Fort Worth region and to the growth of JLL’s presence in North Texas. This year Torrey was also named a JLL Top Gun.
“Since joining JLL, I’ve been blessed with many mentors who have elevated my success,” said Torrey. “Some I have met through formal mentor-protégé programs, but I have met most of them through organic relationships with the great people here.”
Company leadership has identified Torrey as a rising star within JLL and selected her to serve as one of 15 members on JLL’s National Leadership Council Advisory Board.
Torrey is also passionate about providing access to education for all students. She has served as a local advisory board member for United Negro College Fund for 10 years, which has helped more than 430,000 students graduate from college and awards over $100 million annually in scholarships.
Learn more about Torrey in this Dallas Business Journal feature.