Serving the Community One Family at a Time

I started in real estate in 2014 and I am pleased to hang my Realtor hat at Keller Williams Metro Center in Old Town Alexandria: which is one of the most consistently top-producing real estate office group on the entire eastern coast: we do a lot of business … by receiving a lot of great training, support and collaboration! Real Estate Business Review KWMC Article

There is such rich history throughout Virginia, D.C. and Maryland. I am grateful to live and work here. I am a licensed Realtor® in the entire DMV, specializing in listings with a focus on preparing homes for the market so they sell faster and for more. I serve all of northern Virginia specializing in Alexandria, Arlington, Springfield, Fort Hunt, and Woodbridge — all of the District of Columbia — and specialize in Montgomery and Prince George’s Counties in Maryland.

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I have been honored to be ask to serve multiple years on the Agent Leadership Council (ALC) of our brokerage — the top 20% of agents. And to earn a Top Producer certification most of my career.

RED Day (Renew | Energize | Donate) is at the heart of Keller Williams culture. We choose to serve our communities and take the second Thursday in May to throw the spotlight on those meaningful ways to plug in: raising awareness and funds for those who are most in need or for those organizations doing the most to serve them. 

I have stayed active in our community partnership with New Hope Housing (501c3) whose mission is to end the cycle of homelessness in N. Virginia. I continue to serve on the planning committee after the wildly successful, inaugural year of our Over the Edge fundraising event in 2022. We raised over $230,000 in donations for NHH! We did this by rappelling down the side of Hilton Hotel Arlington National Landing.

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You can learn more about New Hope Housing here.

Or the experience itself through the eyes of another committee member as told by Truist.

I’m excited to continue supporting and promoting this worthy organization in 2023 and beyond. I would love for you to be a part of it too. Donate toward making me rappel in support of NHH or learn how you can sign up to rappel.

Another organization that has my heart is Cloverleaf Equine Center (formerly Northern Virginia Therapeutic Riding Center) ….

I have been volunteering here since summer of 2022. Recently I’ve graduated to a role where I can help more with the horses which has been exciting! They do a great job of providing therapeutic services to children and adults with disabilities, youth from marginalized communities and recovering military members.

Humans were always meant to be in a community — to share experiences, celebrate accomplishments and grow together. This sharing of life and sense of connection is especially important for those dealing with physical and psychological challenges. Cloverleaf Equine Center is a nonprofit 501(c)(3) organization that assists families and individuals in finding the power of the horse and a caring community.