I always knew that I was destined for real estate. As a third-generation REALTOR®️ and Eastside native, I grew up watching my grandparents, parents, and uncle working in “the family business”. My first job was stuffing envelopes and answering the phones at their Duvall office; that was before the internet – even before fax machines, call waiting and GPS.
I continued to learn the business inside and out by working as an office receptionist, branch advertising manager, and agent assistant. After graduating from Washington State University and a brief stint in Dublin, Ireland, I returned home to work in real estate marketing from 2001 to 2007, holding several corporate positions. Eventually I couldn’t fight it any longer and earned my real estate license in 2007 and my managing broker’s license in 2016.
I love helping people decide where to live and then using my experience and skills to make it happen. For me, the relationships I build with my clients are paramount and an integral part of the home buying or selling process. After more than 20 years, I still get excited over houses, new technology and the industry itself, and I can’t imagine doing anything else.