EMMIT MOSS TRUST DBA MOSS PROPERTIES, INC.
Cassie A. Levy is the 2nd generation owner of Emmit Moss Trust dba Moss Properties, Inc., named after her late uncle Emmit Moss. She manages a property management rental business which serves tenants residing at an independent rental home, utilizing a staff of 30 employees and contractors. EMT oldest tenant is 93 years old and very independent.
Cassie instills the gift of caring and philanthropy in her employees. Last year the staff worked on a home with the Fort Bend County Habitat for Humanity. Since joining EMT she has aggressively remodeled over 35 homes over a two year period to provide the tenants a more modern environment.
EMT has partnered with numerous organizations including the World Youth Foundation, Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, the Levy Cancer Foundation, St. Jude for childhood cancer, Christian Faith Women of Virtue, Lighthouse Christian Academy, Delta Academic Artistic and Philanthropic Foundation, Suburban Sugar Land Women, Women Professionals in Government and Delta Educational and Charitable Foundation to name a few. EMT has entered into a community partnership with Kingdom View Inc. to establish Naomi’s HOUSE. The Naomi’s House is a transitional home for female ex-offenders reentering society as entrepreneurs. These women receive life skills and entrepreneurship mentoring to become an asset to their families and communities.
Ms. Levy still owns and operates Levy-Moss Consulting, a training and development company which she established in 2003. She continues to actively conduct workshops on developing your own business and trains other organizations on establishing nonprofit foundations, while donating most of her professional skills. Prior to EMT she worked for the City of Houston in administrative positions for 17 years serving 4 City Controllers and 3 City Attorneys. During her earlier professional career she worked as an Asst. Bank Manager for several financial institutions.
Cassie holds a Bachelor of Science degree from Southern University and a Masters of Human Services from Springfield College Houston. She has spoken at numerous graduations and luncheons inspiring others to benefit from both their successes and failures in life. Her mission is “Let’s make it happen, because the service we render to others makes us great public servants.” She continues to mentor younger female entrepreneurs and partners with organizations in our community that make a profound difference.