Before getting into the real estate business, I worked in a variety of corporate sales positions and was a certified professional organizer. As an organizer, I created an environment of productive peace for my clients, implemented the “The 8 Hour Miracle” and appeared on a local morning TV show Daybreak OC. I earned a Bachelor of Science at Cal-Poly-Pomona, an Interior Design Certificate at the Interior Design Institute, Newport Beach, CA and I achieved the designation of Certified Professional Organizer from Productive Environment Institute™, Carolina Beach, NC.
I am an agent with Sierra Nevada Properties and represent sellers and buyers. I understand that buying or selling a home is more than a real estate transaction. It’s personal. It’s about listening and understanding your needs, maintaining confidentially, keeping you updated and returning phone calls in a timely manner. I am passionate about updating you during the real estate process and making sure you understand the process. With my interior design experience, I can assist sellers in staging their homes for potential buyers. I have access to the latest marketing tools to expose your property to the widest possible range of qualified buyers.
On a personal level, I support the St. Francis of Assisi food pantry and served as President and Vice President at Team Referral Network (networking organization) in Tustin, CA. In my spare time, I like going to movies, theater productions, the gym and traveling. I’ve lived in Reno for 5 years and Incline Village for 2 years with my husband Bob, son Jackson and our dog Georgie. Jackson is a graduate of Bishop Manogue Catholic High School and attends Gonzaga University in Washington. If you are thinking about any real estate transaction, call me today to start a conversation about what matters to you. It’s important that you have a connection with your agent, that you find a Realtor® to be your partner, that is focused on you and your best interest.
“Real integrity is doing the right thing, knowing that nobody’s going to know whether you did it or not.” - Oprah Winfrey