I grew up in the small town of Douglas, where walking to the local farm was just a part of our daily routine. Now most of the farms and state forests have turned into multiple property gold mines for land developers. My first passion was law. I studied Criminal Justice at Newbury College. Starting my first job in a law firm in Westborough for a successful real estate attorney, I had no idea I’d be on the other side of real estate 20 years later. After a very successful 14 years in law, I made a career change. I opened my own business to work with children and families with disabilities. I found that helping people with some of the biggest decisions of their lives was inspiring to me on a personal level as well as professional. After several successful years, I have decided to follow my passion for real estate. I am here to pursue my dreams and with my entrepreneur personality I know the sky is the limit.
What do you enjoy doing outside of work?
“Outside of work I’d have to say that my favorite way to pass time is to travel with my husband and our girls venturing year round to new places with our travel trailer and camp.”
Do you have a favorite charity?
“We are a family devoted to sponsoring Multiple Sclerosis. We run tough mudders, attend jet pulls at TF Green airport and do all sorts of 5k’s and other charitable events sponsoring MS in dedication to my mom who was diagnosed with MS about 18 years ago.”
Do you have any pets?
“I do have a pet, our precious Ally is a teacup Maltese and the light of our eyes.”
What are your favorite sports, and sports teams?
“I am a huge fan of running. Each year my husband and I kick off our season with running the Irish 5k’s (3 in one week) and end around Xmas time with our Jingle 5k in Worcester, MA. I find it fun doing color runs, mudders and to just to be sponsoring a good cause.”
Favorite Part of My Job:
“What I love most about my job from being a paralegal to owning a small nanny service servicing families with children with disabilities to now helping people find or sell a place to call home although all very different all have the same principle of helping people make some of the biggest decisions of their lives. Being able to be a part of that just gives me a reason to wake up and want to do it all over again each and every day.”