Keller Williams Main Line Realty, Bryn Mawr
5 Years Active in Real Estate
What was your career prior to real estate, if applicable?
Prior to working in real estate, I owned my own music management company and also worked for a nonprofit marketing group.
What type of leadership roles have you held outside of real estate?
Currently, I sit as the committee head of the Young Professionals group at the Main Line Chamber of Commerce. I also am currently involved in fundraising for an organization called The Kolbe Fund, which provides housing for families who come to the area for medical and hospitalization needs for their children.
As a voice for your colleagues, what strengths/insights will you bring to the Board discussions?
As our industry is ever-changing, it is important to always keep professionalism at the forefront of any Board discussion. I am intrigued about how brokers handle issues in their respective offices, how those issues may come up at the association level, and what is done to hold everyone accountable to REALTOR® values.
What issues do you feel the Association should be addressing?
I believe there is a missing link between when you become a new agent and going through your first few deals. Understandably, it is the broker’s responsibility to educate new agents and make sure they are able to advise clients ethically and soundly. However, as an association, I do feel it is our responsibility as well to educate new agents, whether that is mandatory or voluntary.
Why are you interested in serving as a member of the Board of Directors?
I appreciate all that Suburban West has to offer me as a member and I’d like to educate others on how to utilize the association in the best way.