I am the extremely proud mother of one child, a daughter who is currently attending college. My daughter is the light of my life and every day I learn something new from her, even though the miles separate us, we connect many times daily.
Real estate is my career, and my passion. I believe that experience isn’t expensive . . . it’s priceless! I started practicing real estate in Connecticut and continue to hold a license there as well as Arizona. I began my career at the high time of the market and continued through the down turn, realizing that even though I was navigating in rough waters, I loved what I was doing and people were still going to need help, in any economic situation. Thankfully, the tide is turning and we are recovering. I have helped many home buyers and sellers navigate through the complantunesies of the real estate process and along the way, I have met some very interesting people, folks that have become lifelong friends and some that I just stay in touch and share photos, it has been a fun journey and one I can say that I am happy to be a part of.
Volunteering and fostering pugs for Arizona Pug Adoption Rescue Network, “APARN” is a huge part of who I am as an individual. The sheer joy of finding a “forever home” for a homeless pet and knowing that I had something to do with the process is a phenomenal feeling, one that is hard to put into words.
Frontier Town in Cave Creek first caught my eye when I arrived from Connecticut. I was mesmerized by my new adopted state and felt I was the luckiest girl in the land to be able to live in a “destination location” and wanted to volunteer and share my experiences with the whole world. I now volunteer at the information center located within Frontier Town, which dispenses area information to tourists who come from all over to hike, shop, horseback ride and enjoy all that nature and the Sonoran Desert has to offer.