Growing up in the mountains just west of Denver gave me a deep appreciation for all the riches Colorado has to offer. The bounty of outdoor activities, coupled with living in the great neighborhoods surrounding the city of Denver makes the Front Range the ideal community for anyone seeking a great work-life balance.
After attending Conifer High School, and inspired by the reputation of the Everett Real Estate Center at Colorado State University, I set off to Fort Collins to join the Real Estate program at CSU, eventually earning a bachelor’s degree in Real Estate Finance and Development.
While in school, I embraced a passion for all things real estate, from market analysis and construction to finance and home buying. During this time, in addition to studying Real Estate I explored a devotion for wine which led to a career buying, selling, and marketing wine for nearly a decade. I then made a transition into making wine in the Willamette Valley, Oregon, focusing on producing premium pinot noir, chardonnay, and sparkling wines for several vintages. While working in wine country was an experience of a lifetime, it was no match for living in Colorado.
Now back home in Colorado, I have transitioned back into real estate where my career is focused on helping my clients in the buying and selling of homes. In addition to my education in Real Estate, my years in winemaking further developed my aptitude in project management, which I apply to the process of buying or selling a home. My unwavering dedication to each client’s interests and meeting deadlines is the backbone of my commitment to helping my clients reach their goals.