I was raised on real estate! At age 3, my father was having trouble finding a baby sitter and had no choice but to take me on a showing with him. That was my first real estate appointment. He ended up selling the house to those buyers that day. As I was pursuing a bachelors degree at SUNY Brockport, my father asked me to assist him part-time. While still at school in 2007, I received my real estate license. I sold my first two houses at age 19. After those first few transactions, I was hooked. I knew I had found my niche. I decided that selling homes was the perfect fit for a career! From kindergarten to eighth grade, I attended Sacred Heart Cathedral School. In 2005 I graduated from The Aquinas Institute. In 2009 I received a bachelors degree in Health Science with minors in psychology and criminal justice from The State University at Brockport.
I am very passionate about both real estate and homeowners rights. As a member of my local boards RPAC (Realtor Political Action Committee), and the Professional Standards committee, I vigorously fight for the folks that I represent. I also sit on the New York State Association of Realtors YPN (Young Professionals Network) and Professional Standards Committees. I understand the importance of my local community and devote my time supporting local charities. I am extremely passionate about YPN, and am the Chair of our local networks advisory board.