I was born and raised in Boston and know my neighborhoods. Although Boston’s changed a lot since I was coming up, it still offers a unique mix of history and community. Jamaica Plain, Roslindale, and West Roxbury are full of hidden gems and secret hangouts, as well as exciting new shops and restaurants that only the locals—and a few lucky Realtors®—know about. Stick with me and I’ll show you where to go–literally.
Although I changed careers from communications to real estate in 1989, some days I feel like I never switched. My clients, friends, and family will testify that I love to talk, but I also love to listen. As a professional communicator as well as a REALTOR®*, I feel that my job is educate and inform you about the process and to make your experience a positive one—even fun. My goal is to continue to work with you, your families, and friends as years roll by.
I was lucky enough to get a great public education at Boston Girls’ Latin. I continue to benefit from the great work that community activists and artists do every day to make Boston a vibrant place. I try to pay it forward by lending a hand whenever I can. Currently, I’m serving as Vice President of the Roslindale Board of Trade and tutor English as a second language at Jewish Vocational Services. I’m also active with Breast Cancer Action, the Roslindale Food Pantry, and the Harvest Coop Market. In addition, I’m a supporter and volunteer with Roslindale and Jamaica Plain Open Studios. I was also a board member at Casserly House and ABCD.
*Confused about what the Realtor® designation means? A Realtor is a real estate professional who belongs to the National Association of Realtors (NAR). NAR’s million-plus members include brokers, salespeople, property managers, appraisers, counselors and others engaged in all aspects of the real estate industry that require a state license to practice. Members belong to one or more of some 1,600 local Realtor boards or associations and are pledged to the NAR Code of Ethics.