Throughout my life, I have always found a way to “make things happen,” even when they seemed improbable.
I put myself through college and graduate school at The University of South Carolina, finishing a semester early, all the while working various jobs including a law firm runner, front desk clerk for a dry cleaner, jewelry store salesperson, and a library assistant.
Following graduate school, I spent much of my professional career in higher education. As a child, I was very shy and never sought the spotlight. However, an interest in politics and public discourse led me to becoming a college instructor of public speaking. This opportunity utilized my practical abilities of planning, organization and time management, but also nurtured my desire to help others. It brought me tremendous satisfaction to show students that they were capable of more than they believed.
More recently, I’ve become a wife and mother, and I took some time to focus on my growing family. However, something was missing. My internal drive to “make things happen” was still there. The real estate profession has been the perfect fit. I am a tireless advocate for my clients, and am dedicated to providing a buying and selling experience that exceeds expectations and helps others “make things happen” in their own lives.