I have had a love of real estate since I was in my teens. Whenever a friend or family member were looking for a new home, I would make it my job to hunt down a property that would fit their needs and aesthetics. It has always brought me a great sense of satisfaction to know I was able to help someone with such an important decision. I began working as a real estate administrator for two years in order to get better acquainted with the field. I received my real estate license in 2018, and have hit the ground running with Family Realty. I am excited to be an advocate for my clients and helping them work through the buying or selling process in order to start their next adventure.
A little more about me:
My family moved to Louisville from Shaumburg, Illinois when I was seven years old. I went to Eastern High School, after which I attended the Maryland Institute College of Art (MICA) as well as the University of Louisville, with a focus on studio arts. All the while I was working with animals in one capacity or another, from pet adoptions to managing the Kentucky Humane Society's pet resort, and everything in between. The most important things I took from these experiences were creative thinking and attention to detail from my art experience, and the hard work ethic, communication, multi-tasking and empathy that is required to work with animals and to be a manager. I currently live in the Clifton neighborhood (which I absolutely love!) with my boyfriend Paul, our dog Digby and two cats, Kima and Tulip. In my free time I like to try new restaurants, go to concerts, go hiking with my dog, and spend quality time with my friends and family.