Ron Johnson, Vice President of Northwest Operations has a long and successful career history of applying his multi-disciplinary skill set to a variety of vertical markets. A firm believer in transferring result driven best practices across divergent industries, Ron is equally comfortable in a business suit as he is wearing a hard hat. He holds both a California Department of Real Estate Brokers License and General “B” Contractors License (inactive). Ron believes a successful outcome requires good planning and the use of the right tools. His ability to simplify complex issues and turn them into an actionable business plan is equally matched by his skill with a compound miter saw.
“Here in the Pacific Northwest we continue to elevate our company’s commitment to providing exceptional customer service. It really is what separates Highland not only from other roofing companies in this specific region, but as a general precept in how we operate our business overall.” Said Mr. Johnson.
Working efficiently, strategically, and consistently even when things are changing minute-by-minute at a very high level is a priority for Mr. Johnson. “I always look forward to helping our clients navigate through all levels of roofing requirements and making sure, that at the end of the day, they are happy… with not only the roof system we’ve installed, but with how we installed it.”
A native Southern Californian, Ron received his Bachelor of Arts degree in Communications from The University of Southern California. Later returning to USC, He received his Masters of Business Administration degree from The Marshall School of Business. In recognition of his top standing in the graduating class, he was inducted into the business honors society Beta Gamma Sigma.
When not at work Ron enjoys the outdoors. He is a competitive triathlete having previously competed in the United States National Championship. He also follows a lifelong passion of sailboat racing and is currently serving as Commodore at the Lake Arrowhead Yacht Club. A strong believer in community and giving back, Ron created the Lacy Park neighborhood Association in 2010 and has been actively involved in supporting Spiritual Care at Children’s Hospital Los Angeles, Loyola High School, Jesuit Charities and a long list of nonprofit organizations. Ron and his wife, Heidi, are the proud parents of three sons, Hunter (26), Henry (24) and Ford (20).