Holly spent almost 25 years in Advertising, Marketing, and Market Research in cities like New York, San Francisco, and Chicago. After living, renting, and owning in such diverse markets, Holly has a deep understanding of how to help people buy and sell their homes, and for looking for potential beyond the MLS listings. After a 5-year stint as a Licensed Therapeutic Riding Instructor, Holly had to close her non-profit business because of COVID-19, so she decided it was time to become a licensed Realtor.

Holly has a degree in Marketing and a minor in Anthropology – it is no wonder that she ended up in Advertising and Market Research! Holly owned her own ethnography business (the study of consumers for big marketers) which helped her to hone her listening skills and further understand the ‘why’ behind people’s behavior studying factors like motivations, unmet needs, and pain points. These unique skills help Holly to assist her clients in ways that other Realtors are not equipped. Whether it be buying or selling your home, Holly’s objective is to help her clients achieve their goals! Holly’s clients would describe her as inquisitive, compassionate, and hard-working and she is skilled at uncovering her client’s wants and needs and helping them to prioritize those needs!

Holly grew up in Washington State, but she had a lot of family on the East Coast and spent the earlier part of her career in Advertising and Marketing moving often to follow the jobs. Holly currently lives just northwest of Boston in a town called Lincoln, MA with her husband, daughter, and a multitude of pets including a horse named Sir George.

What made you want to join Lamacchia Realty?

“Lamacchia has a unique proprietary set of tools to better arm home buyers and sellers to achieve their goals in a way that other real estate firms cannot.”

What do you enjoy doing outside of work?

“I enjoy doting on my rescue horse Sir George, rescue dog Sandy, rescue rabbits Dwight and Abraham, and of course, spending time with my husband and our teenaged daughter.”

Do you have a favorite charity?

“I love PATH International (Professional Association of Therapeutic Horsemanship) for the work that they do in Therapeutic Riding, helping individuals and equines to receive benefits by helping each other. I’m proud to say that I’m still a licensed TR Instructor and an Equine Specialist in Mental Health and Learning through Path International.”

What is your favorite thing about your job?

“Helping people to meet their housing needs and wants both in the buying and selling process.”

Do you have any pets?

“All of our pets are rescued and include a stunning older horse named Sir George, Tiny the big orange cat, Sandy a family loyal dog from Puerto Rico, Dwight and Abraham sibling rabbits, and a fish named Richard.”

What are your favorite sports, and sports teams?

“I love equestrian sports and enjoy participating in Hunter Paces with my beloved Sir George.”