- 1984 - 1995 – Realtor/Property Manager Century 21 (Specialized in New Home Construction/Sales and Property development)
- 1995-2015 – Certified Nevada Appraiser for the Churchill County Assessor’s Office
- 2001-2015 – Promoted from Appraiser to Chief Real Property Appraiser
- 2009-2015 – Promoted to Chief Deputy Assessor/Chief Real Property Appraiser
As the Chief Real Property Appraiser, I specialized in setting land values for all types of property county-wide. In January 2015, I retired from the Churchill County Assessor’s Office.
Not one to be idle for long, I took the necessary classes to be eligible for a Property Management Permit and met all the requirements necessary to get my Nevada Real Estate License again.
I was born and raised in San Diego California and my fondest memories of that time are friends and extended family gatherings at the beach playing sand volleyball, body surfing and listening to the aunties and uncles play music and dance hula!
When we moved to Nevada I admit I felt like a fish out of water and was totally bummed going from the ocean/beach scene to the desert…that is until I got a horse! Then I saw the true beauty of Nevada. I thought I was Annie Oakley! I became involved in 4-H, Jr Riders, and the Rodeo Club. I learned a lot about country music, two-step, swing and polka style dance from my grandmother. She was an amazing musician and could play a number of instruments, as well as sing. Maybe that is why I have such a passion for music and dance and I love to DJ for special events now!
I was very fortunate to have such a diverse childhood …summers in San Diego and the rest of the time going to school, playing sports, my all-time favorite sport is fastpitch softball, and taking long rides in the wide-open spaces of Nevada on horseback with friends. I am very happy to say that the friends I had growing up are the friends I still have today. Life is good!
When I got out of school, my passion for real estate allowed me to design and assist in the construction of six custom homes and help the family develop a small single-family residential neighborhood.
I have to admit, it was not all work and no play for the past 40 years! I did raise two beautiful daughters, coached and played fastpitch softball. We went camping, fishing and enjoyed water sports as much as possible, in between softball tournaments.
As you can see, I love to work hard and play hard! I look forward to putting all my past experiences and life lessons to work for you and help you achieve your goals and dreams.