Blue Rock Search

Madison Rountree

Director of Business Development

Madison joins Blue Rock from Vista Title and Escrow where she served as the Sales Manager. While overseeing the Company’s Business Development Team, Madi facilitated the integration of the Darryl Turner Coaching System, enhancing team performance and fostering professional development. Additionally, Madi led the conceptualization and execution of the company’s Sales Plan, a strategic framework that streamlined sales processes and contributed to the overall growth and success of Vista Title and Escrow’s market share. These efforts showcased her commitment to optimizing team
efficiency and achieving key business objectives through the adoption of industry-leading methodologies.

Prior to her role with Vista, she worked as the Assistant Director of Admission for Linfield University, where she focused on prospecting, closing the sale, marketing and communication, and CRM database training. In her first two years there, she increased enrollment by 10%. Madison found joy in her role as an Assistant Director, as it afforded her the privilege of guiding students through the transformative journey of discovering and pursuing their academic and professional aspirations.

Madi holds a bachelor’s degree in business and two minors in Economics and Psychology from Linfield University. She is currently finalizing her Master’s in Business Administration at Whitworth University, as she already holds a certification in women in leadership from the same institution.

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Madi resides in Spokane, Washington and considers the Pacific Northwest home. Despite the time change, she is fully embracing the remote work lifestyle with her job at Blue Rock. During her leisure hours, she and her boyfriend, Dylan, indulge in a variety of activities, including camping, cooking, and renovating their 1980’s campervan. Madi’s cherished moments are spent at the family cabin on Twin Lakes in Rathdrum, Idaho, accompanied by her lively and spunky dog, Montana. Madison’s passion extends to globetrotting, with a particular love for international travel. She feels blessed to have traveled to 11 countries and 23 states. Notably, and most importantly Madi has crowned herself a nacho connoisseur, possessing a special magical power to
discern the perfect nacho combination.

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Madison's Charity of Choice

Growing up, my brother and I had the privilege of immersing ourselves in the world of music—from early piano lessons in elementary school to playing the viola in middle school and picking up the guitar in high school. The
profound impact of these experiences on our lives is evident, with my brother now serving as a dedicated
professional musician in Bozeman, Montana. Witnessing the transformative power of music in our lives has
fueled my passion for supporting youth and their access to music programs. The Save the Music Foundation
holds special significance for me, as it is committed to revitalizing and sustaining music programs in schools. In
the face of budget constraints that often prioritize essential courses over non-essential ones like music, the
foundation collaborates with public school districts, offering grants for instruments, technology, and essential
resources. Their admirable mission aims to ensure that every child, regardless of socioeconomic status, can
experience the enriching benefits of music education.

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