2 Kaci Monson | Chief Financial Officer

Ms. Kaci L. Monson is Chief Financial Officer at Genesis Capital Ventures, LLC. Monson is responsible for Genesis’s overall financial management including the company’s financial reporting, tax planning and analysis and strategic program management.  Additionally, she oversees the Human Resources and IT teams with the overall goal of driving affordability efforts across the company.  Monson also assists the Chief Executive Officer in setting business development goals and developing the senior leadership team.

Monson has extensive operational and financial experience bringing her 15+ years of construction and real estate accounting and asset management knowledge with her.  She was named Chief Financial Officer in 2018 and now serves dual roles as CFO and Corporate Controller for Genesis. In her role as Corporate Controller; Monson serves as the company’s financial liaison between the board of directors’ and senior leadership team while ensuring the company’s financial and regulatory compliance are timely, transparent and efficient.  Monson strives to provide the best possible service to customers both inside and outside of the company.

Monson earned a Bachelor of Science in Accounting from Montana State University and a Master’s of Business Administration in Strategic Management from Regis University.

A native to Montana, Monson loves exploring Colorado with her fiancé and their West Highland White Terrier, Finnegan.  Outside of Genesis; Monson loves sampling and savoring all the delightful food and drinks that Denver has to offer and you can routinely find her sitting on an outdoor patio with friends enjoying the beautiful Colorado sunshine.


Looks like Hurricane Season will again visit Florida and Texas this Year

This Blog Post is based on a Press Release 3/9/2018 ~ Chris Dilley

Mr. Dilley

Most accurate hurricane prediction organization say 2018 will be another big season – Get ready Texas and Florida







The United States – Puerto Rico – and the Northern Lesser Antilles were ravaged by major impact hurricanes in 2017. Global Weather Oscillations (GWO) prepares accurate preseason landfall predictions and tracking webinars for 11 United States hurricane zones. Since the disastrous 2017 hurricane season – GWO has received many requests to extend predictions into the Caribbean Lesser Antilles region.

GWO is reacting to the requests by instituting 2018 hurricane prediction zones for the Lesser Antilles – the Eastern Gateway for storms entering the Caribbean. GWO’s Zone 15 includes the Leeward Islands group that encompasses the Virgin Islands southward to the Island of Dominica. Zone 16 includes the Windward Islands from Martinique south to Tobago and Trinidad. Predictions will be available March 12th and can be acquired at GWO 2018 Hurricane Landfall Predictions and Webinars.

Global Weather Oscillations (GWO) is a working partner with the International Hurricane Protection Association (INHPA) – and GWO was cited by news media as being the “only organization that accurately predicted the hyperactive 2017 Atlantic hurricane season – from beginning to end. When the 2017 hurricane season began last year – nearly every major hurricane prediction organization predicted a normal 2017 hurricane season – but only GWO GlobalWeatherOscillations.com had an accurate forecast”.

Professor David Dilley – Senior Research and Prediction Scientist for Global Weather Oscillations (GWO) – not only predicted that 2017 would be the most destructive and costly hurricane season since at least 2005 – but also predicted where the storms would make landfall (Texas above Corpus Christi – south tip of the Florida Peninsula – Eastern Louisiana to Alabama). GWO has consistently released the most accurate preseason and landfall predictions by any organization during the past 10-years

  • Prediction: 2018 Atlantic Basin Hurricane Season – (which includes the Caribbean Sea and the Gulf of Mexico)

Professor David Dilley says that “some United States zones and the Caribbean Islands are currently in their strongest hurricane landfall cycle in 40 to 70-years. This is a Natural ClimatePulse Cycle that produced extremely active and dangerous hurricane conditions in some zones back in the 1950s and 60s in the Lesser Antilles – and in the 1940s in the United States.

Mr. Dilley predicts that 2018 will be somewhat of a repeat of 2017 – but some hurricane landfalls will occur in different locations this year. You can expect 16 named storms, 8 hurricanes, 4 major hurricanes, the potential for 4 United States hurricane landfalls – 2 of which will likely be major impact storms. And once again – some Caribbean Islands will have another dangerous season. On the average, the entire Atlantic Basin has 12 named storms, 6 hurricanes, and 2.7 major hurricanes.

The reason for another destructive hurricane season is 3-fold. Although ocean water temperatures have cooled across the Eastern Atlantic – the water temperatures continue to run warmer than normal from just East of the Lesser Antilles and especially in the Caribbean region and the Atlantic near the United States. This is very similar to the ocean temperatures of last year, and this will again be conducive for tropical storms and/or hurricanes forming and/or strengthening near the Lesser Antilles and close to the United States. Mr. Dilley also expects ENSO Neutral Conditions (no El Nino) that are conducive for active seasons, and the Bermuda-Azores High-Pressure Center will again be in a favorable location – thus allowing more named storms to strengthen as they move east into Caribbean region and toward the United States.

By utilizing ClimatePulse-Technology developed by Professor David Dilley, GWO issues very accurate preseason hurricane landfall predictions well before the beginning of the hurricane season. The model is based on natural rhythm cycles that control climate cycles and hurricane landfall cycles.

Global Weather Oscillations offers 3 levels of predictions – ranging from Basic to the Advanced Prediction that includes weekly outlook webinars and daily tracking webinars when a storm is likely to pose a threat to one of our prediction zones. By incorporating GWO’s preseason zone predictions for landfalls into our tracking webinars – GWO has the ability to provide much more lead time for storm preparation and safety.

Genesis Contractor Solutions Revolutionizing The Way The Roofing And Restoration Industries Facilitate Cash Flow

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Superb Crew is a business news website covering innovative technology and internet companies. They recently reached out to Jeff Posey to learn more about the recent technology launch of Beanstalk Solutions, a custom-built app for roofing contractors.

Started by a roofing contractor for roofing contractors, Genesis Contractor Solutions (GCS) is revolutionizing the way the roofing and restoration industries facilitate cash flow. To find out more about the company we sat down with Jeff Posey, CEO at Genesis Contractor Solutions:

Jeff Posey

Q: Could you provide our readers with a brief introduction to Genesis Contractor Solutions?

A: GCS is a cutting-edge solution for alleviating cash flow obstacles. Genesis Contractor Solutions is NOT a short-term lender nor credit check decision maker. We partner with roofing and restoration contractors to be a part of their growth and ultimate success, helping them operate debt-free. We offer knowledge, expertise, wisdom and now CRM technology to build strong, honest and transparent relationships in order to guarantee the success of all our contractors. GCS provides 48-hour funding and complete back-end administrative help along with unlimited material credit lines and discounts through top suppliers. Comprehensive claims management allows contractors to focus on selling and producing while letting GCS take care of the rest to maximize claims and exceed the expectations of homeowners.


Q: What exactly do you do?

A: Genesis Contractor Solutions (GCS) provides 48-hour funding to contractors for insurance claims in the roofing and restoration industry. Genesis also offers funding on commercial projects opening up opportunities for smaller contractors. GCS offers unlimited capital for purchasing materials. Our services help to create positive cash flow for clients to help their businesses grow faster. GCS also offers Business Process Outsourcing (BPO) focused on assisting contractors to manage their businesses as efficiently and effectively as possible. As 3rd party claims administrators, we are comprised of educated, accredited experts with over 120 years of combined experience working with the Roofing, Restoration & Construction Industries. GCS removes the hassle for clients by managing claims from start to finish. Automation and technology enable specialization in estimating, claim management, insurance billing, file management, funding, advocacy, and consulting.

Q: You’ve recently launched a custom CRM for the Roofing and Restoration industry; could you tell us something more?

A: GCS is the only fintech company that offers a CRM for customers to manage their businesses. From within Beanstalk CRM, called Beanstalk Solutions, contractors can actually request and obtain the capital they need to keep their businesses growing. They can access unlimited lines of credit for materials, saving time and money. Employee retention is increased when payroll is met on time week after week. Roofers who embrace Beanstalk CRM are catapulting ahead of their competition who are stuck using archaic practices. In addition to leads, project management, and billing, it is centralized and automated for managing every aspect of your business. Additionally, its reporting capabilities give owners a clear picture of the state of their business at any time and from any Smartphone. It’s truly a way to measure your business by the numbers on a daily basis.

Q: What are the main features of Beanstalk Roofing & Restoration CRM?


Request Funding
With the push of a button, contractors may request funding for their insurance-based jobs, breaking down barriers to growth and stability.

Unlock Unlimited Credit Lines
Order Materials without credit limits, allowing the contractor to never slow production and grow exponentially.

Retain Good People

Alleviating cash flow issues allows the owner to pay his salespeople faster, properly incentivizing them to sell more.

Increase Sales
Organize and track your leads in a way that forces efficiency, never allowing for overlooked leads or lost sales.

Manage Projects Efficiently
Job boards, information tracking, notes, reminders and more. Help keep projects organized and jobs on schedule.

Drive Customer Loyalty and Satisfaction
Homeowners recognize and appreciate the professionalism, communication and on-time completion, increasing the likelihood of future projects and referrals.

Real-time Project Dashboard
An easy-to-read snapshot of your daily business activities and sales scoreboard. It drives company competition which in turn drives revenue.

Managing by the numbers increases revenue, aids in communication, helps recognize problems sooner and eliminates confusion.

Tracking By
Salesperson, Project, Numbers – Care to know your best performers, their stats, their whereabouts and more? Use tracking to inform hiring, firing, and expectations.

Comprehensive Claims Management
Increase profit by having your claim built the right way, eliminating errors, saving time and allowing for scalability.


Q: What are your plans for the future?

A: Beanstalk Solutions CRM powered by Genesis Contractor Solutions will continue to trailblaze in the roofing and restoration industry using technology and automation. The success of our contractors will raise the bar and leave others fighting to survive. We continue to build and maximize partnerships with manufacturers and suppliers in order to support their growth as well. We’ll be continuously adding API integrations with other service providers allowing contractors to successfully run their businesses all from one place. Our goal is to continue crashing through the barriers that have prevented contractors from growing. Contractors who use Beanstalk CRM can’t help but be successful while delighting their customers, the homeowners, in the process.

Reggie Brock | Director of Sales

Reggie has recruited, coached and trained over 800 roofing sales professionals from all over the country. He brings a wealth of knowledge from his many years of experience in sales, manufacturing, supply distribution and product leadership. His 23 years of experience in the insurance industry give him a unique and valuable perspective when working with roofing teams.

Reggie’s conversational coaching style keeps his clients engaged and waiting for more. He firmly believes those that are willing to make minor adjustments will also experience major results leading to growing their roofing business year in and year out.

Reggie offers an intelligent approach to roofing by utilizing common sense and efficient solutions to build teams and grow business year-round.

Marin Property Owners Grappling with Roofer Shortage

With a roofer shortage, it makes it that much more critical to retain them. Keeping up with payroll and is the number one way to do that. Think about the time it saves to NOT have to look for new crews. Genesis helps get your money faster, so you can pay your crews faster and avoid shortage issues. Keep building everything you’re selling and watch your bottom line grow. Genesis Contractor Solutions

When Walter Cox worked with a building contractor to get a new roof on his daughter’s San Rafael home, he had no idea the contractor had not yet hired a roofer. It can be frustrating when looking for a roofer, and there isn’t one available, especially if it’s a roofing problem that needs immediate attention – visit roofer kansas city or a roofer more local to your area for your roofing needs

“It’s frustrating – maddening,” said Cox, who said it took five months to get someone out to the house, and this was after the old roof had already been removed.

Marin residents hoping to schedule a roofing contractor for an estimate for replacement or repair are likely to find themselves in a similar situation. Roofing services across the county have become increasingly difficult to book, as local roofing companies find they are in such high demand that they are already committed weeks or months out.

The McLeran crew at work in Larkspur. Brian McLeran, the company's owner, said his schedule is booked for months. (James Cacciatore/Special to the Marin Independent Journal)

The McLeran crew at work in Larkspur. Brian McLeran, the company’s owner, said his schedule is booked for months. (James Cacciatore/Special to the Marin Independent Journal)

Brian McLeran, the owner of San Rafael-based McLeran Roofing, said the booming business is like nothing he has ever seen in his 44 years in the industry.

“We’re scheduled through 2018,” he said. “We are scheduled completely. I can’t put any more work in.”

At San Rafael’s Miranda’s Roofing Co., the story is the same, with business booked into March, said Gilbert Nichols, a sales associate.

“It’s been as good as I’ve ever seen it,” he said.

Many in the roofing business said last year’s heavy winter storms are to blame.

“Customers who thought they had a few more years because our winters had been dry in California for years, their roofs didn’t hold up like they were expecting,” said Sara Lopez, office manager at McLeran Roofing. “They’re having to do replacements.”

McLeran said many of Marin’s long-time roofing companies are not doing as much work as they used to.

“What’s happened is you got a lot more work on one end, and on the other end, you got the companies going through generational change,” he said. “This is not just roofing, but a lot of industries. With generational changes, you don’t see same volume (of work) being produced by all the companies.”

Nichols said he thinks there are not enough qualified workers in the field, as younger workers are not entering the construction industry.

“The old guys like me are fading away and dying off,” he said. “The young people realize they can make a pretty fat living dealing with the computer madness. They’re getting out of the construction trade.”

Cox, the owner of San Rafael’s Master Builders of Marin, said the roofing industry is in desperate need of workers.

“I would say that if anyone is willing and able to get out and get a contractor’s license and do honest work and meet his commitments, he or she can do very well right now,” he said. “There’s more work than there are people.”

Patrick Newman, the owner of Novato’s Northgate Roofing, said the last year-and-a-half has been busier than he has ever seen. He said typically during this time of year, he would be responding to service calls on a week-to-week basis but right now he is booked through the next month-and-a-half. He said he thinks the healthy economy is enabling homeowners to pursue more projects.

“People can afford to make decisions to put on roofs, where before they put it off,” he said. “People have extra income or the ability to get a loan.” Some people may want to do big projects for their homes, meaning that they may look at refinancing their mortgage with companies like SoFi, so much can be done now to make sure they have a reliable and safe home.

At San Rafael’s Aussie Roofing, the company is booked through summer but has a list of customers it’s trying to work into the busy schedule. Office manager Nila Guastella said her advice is to call roofing businesses as early as possible.

“If you’re considering a re-roof, you want to get on the phone now if you’re considering it for the next 18 months or so,” she said.

Lopez said residents may be able to get a quicker response if they contact their homeowner’s insurance companies rather than roofing businesses.

“A lot of insurance companies have contractors that when they have a claim, they send out their adjuster or contractor to give a proposal,” she said. “Sometimes a customer who contacts their insurance company can more easily get someone to look at something.”

The wildfires around wine country in October also raised concerns about a regional labor shortage during the lengthy reconstruction, although the ripple effect on Marin is unclear. The fires destroyed more than 5,000 homes.

“We had a real problem of worker shortage before the fires,” said North Coast Builders Exchange president Keith Woods, according to the Press Democrat. “It has been magnified a hundred times over with the disaster.”

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