Here at the root coworking, we believe in giving credit where credit is due. Our members work hard to offer Tulsa and beyond the best service in their respective industries, and that’s something we can get behind. So, once a month we have decided to honor one of our members as the root’s, wait for it…cue the trumpet,…MEMBER OF THE MONTH! This month we are honoring a guy who works extremely hard and still finds the time to network and participate in our weekly member events.

Robert Davis is the Chief Operating Officer for Keyrenter Tulsa, and has been with the company since November of 2018. Keyrenter is a residential property management company that serves both property owners and tenants. For property owners, Keyrenter works to eliminate the headaches of property ownership through a high level of customer service and communication. For tenants, they have high standards, not only for the quality of their units but also the work and care that their vendors provide for those units. Keyrenter strives to have a positive impact on their community by working with local businesses and by renovating and building up the value of older buildings and neighborhoods for the betterment of the area at large.

Robert oversees much of the operations that help Keyrenter continue to provide excellent service to their clients. Robert, when not overseeing the day to day at Keyrenter, is also an avid book reader, and believes that one should never stop learning, whether “personal, professional or interpersonal.” Although his day job demands focus and attention to the real world, he likes to unwind sometimes with a little fiction and highly recommends a series titled “Cemetery of Forgotten Books by Carlos Ruiz Zafón, which is, as he described it, “a series of four novels that have an independent, but intertwined storyline.” We are super jazzed to have Robert and Keyrenter in the root family and are excited to watch them continue their growth, both as a company and individually within our community. When we asked Robert what he enjoyed most about being a member of the root coworking, he said: “The root staff is very nice, helpful, and fun to interact with.” 

Aww, gee thanks Robert, we think you’re pretty awesome as well :)

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