Kevin Harris, New Assistant Manger at 1188 Mission at Trinity PlaceMarch 8, 2017
Football coach, film buff, and recently promoted, there isn’t much Kevin Harris can’t do! Join us in congratulating Kevin on his promotion to Assistant Manager at Trinity Place Kevin joined Trinity in March of 2015 as Leasing Agent and has been an All Star ever since. Learn more about Kevin, including what he thinks is the one movie everyone has to see:
You were recently promoted to Assistant Manager at 1188 Mission at Trinity Place, congratulations!
It feels great to be recognized by your peers. Really nice to know that you’re with a company where you can move up and grow. When I was a leasing agent, my mentor was really good about talking to me about my plans and goals, so I started planning to reach that goal.
What do you do for fun?
I’m a huge Raiders fan. When I was 10 or 11 years old, I’d have the same routine on Sundays: I’d go to the convenience store, buy some candy, take the bus to USC, walk through the campus, watch SC practice, get some nachos, walk over to the main field, and then watch the Raiders warm up.
I also coach Pop Warner and high school football in Pacifica. The cool thing is, I coach them as 8 or 10 year olds in Pop Warner and then see them later on as high school players. It’s awesome seeing them grow up.
Best part about your job?
Having every day be different. You have your calendar and you know what you’re supposed to do but 1.5 hours in, you’re already audibling (football term for improvising and adjusting to the defense) because something’s come up. It’s so unpredictable—it’s great.
If you were to take a different path professionally, what would it be?
I’d probably be a screenwriter or director. I went to film school at the Academy of Art and my favorite director is Quentin Tarantino. I love Pulp Fiction and Reservoir Dogs. Also, in season 1 of True Detective, there’s a “tracking shot” where a scene is shot in just one shot. I remember having people over and yelling out, “This is one shot! This is one shot!” (laughs)
One movie everyone has to see?
Empire Records. It’s kind of old but a classic. You gotta see it!
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