30 Second Me:
Happy. Boy mom. Dream chaser. World Observer. Food enthusiast. Lover of life. What I do isn’t just what I do, it is who I am.
I moved to Austin in 1998 and immediately knew this was home. I don’t think I had ever seen anything as beautiful. I am from Tulsa, Oklahoma and attended Oklahoma State University in Stillwater. I love everything that is Austin, Texas. I started my career in retail at 16 years old. I learned very young that my passion for people and product would always be the foundation of my chosen path. I feel profound purpose in all that I do. I genuinely look at every relationship and opportunity I have a privilege and an honor. Most who know me professionally; define me as one of the hardest workers they have ever known.
My work isn’t what I do, it is who I am. After 7 years in retail, at the ripe old age of 23, I bought my first home in south Austin. The experience was exhilarating! I was a young, single girl making the American Dream happen. It was this purchase that introduced me to the world of new home sales and real estate. In March of 2000, I left retail and accepted my first builder rep job. The next 17 years were filled with more blessings than I could ever type in a bio. I love what I do. Words diminish how deeply and passionately I have loved my career. In that 17 years; I formed lifelong friendships with hundreds of professionals, colleagues, and clients whom I have had the very distinguished honor to know.
My experience includes the sale over 900 single family homes. As my career developed into management I was able to obtain knowledge in all areas of the new home industry managing multiple city markets. My proudest achievements in that 17 years are the people who I was able to help while they were experiencing life change that brought them to me, and the people whom I had the privilege to recruit, hire, train, mentor and develop and see move on in their respective careers.
I heard an impactful statement of the late, incomparable coach John Wooden years ago; he said that when he gets to meet the Lord, the Lord won’t ask him how many games or titles he won but rather how many lives he touched. My only hope, is that those who bestow me the opportunity to be a part of their real estate journey and decisions would say that my impact on them, their family, or their life was greater than a transaction. Life is after all, what it is all about.
I look forward to knowing you, working with and for you.
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