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Tory Schofill, Director of Project Management Office

Tory Schofill

Director of Project Management Office

Global Workplace Solutions

Tory Schofill Director of Project Management Office
Global Workplace Solutions

Professional Experience

Tory Schofill serves as Director of the Project Management Office (PMO) for the Bank of America account. Her responsibilities include identifying risk, managing metrics, establishing best practices, training the team, integrating the regions and leading the team to a world of project excellence. Ms. Schofill operates a supportive style PMO, and manages a team of seven senior leaders who work together to set strategy, provide analytics and manage performance.

Prior to joining the PMO, Ms. Schofill was Operations Regional Manager for the retail team, representing the minor renovation and ATM programs. Ms. Schofill worked directly with program leads, and acted as a conduit for the operations team and PMO to report the health of the programs.

Ms. Schofill has also served as the retail platform trainer responsible for on-boarding all new associates and as a project manager exclusively for the retail team on the Bank of America account.

As Project Manager, Ms. Schofill administered the construction at existing Bank of America facilities in South Georgia and Tennessee, including contract preparation, on-site coordination and quality control. She worked closely with vendors, maintained project schedules, managed project budgets and owned the project implementation.

Ms. Schofill’s work experience also includes responsibility for coordinating South Florida's kiosk installation project for Bank of America. In this role, she assisted in managing 51 projects totaling $4 million. The success of this program in South Florida led to a program roll-out in the Central and North Florida markets.​

Professional Affiliations/Accreditations

  • CBRE Women’s Network Member, 2012 – Present
  • CBRE University – Fundamentals of Global Corporate Services Account Performance Management Program, Class of 2012
  • CBRE University – Retail for Experts, Class of 2012


  • M.B.A., Florida State University
  • B.S., Florida State University​

Tory Schofill Director of Project Management Office
Global Workplace Solutions