I understand the complexities of the buying and selling process and how incredibly important the client/broker relationship is. The level of care and professionalism I bring to my clients is the same I would want for myself and that I know Kentwood delivers. It’s this commitment, along with my passion for design, art, and community that is the cornerstone of my client relationships.
Although I started my career 30 years ago in sports and entertainment marketing, I always had an interest in residential design, art and architecture. Most recently I was Deputy Director at Denver’s beloved Kirkland Museum. It’s these skills and interests that I’m excited to put to use as your Realtor.
I’m passionate about advocating for Denver’s livability, including its cultural amenities, vibrant public spaces and bike and pedestrian conveniences. I feel fortunate to serve on the board of the RiNo Art District and am active with Curtis Park Neighbors’ Homelessness Solutions Committee. In the past, I’ve served on the boards of the Golden Triangle Creative District, Curtis Park Neighbors Inc, and the Five Points Business District.
My husband and I have lived in Curtis Park since 2005. A few years ago we built an Accessory Dwelling Unit and currently rent it out on AirBnB. But we designed it for ourselves with the idea of aging in place in the community we love.
I look forward to working hard on your behalf in buying or selling a home.