About

My main thought process is always the Golden Rule. My best intention and driving principle is to treat you, my clients, the way you want to be treated as if I was your client and you were my Realtor. I started my Real Estate career in 1987 in the title industry and became a Realtor in 2006. I began my Realtor career in Catonsville and then transferred to Ellicott City, where I was part of my office’s No. 1 team for the last four years. I have been rated one of the Top 100, of my former Brokerage. I was awarded the International Presidents Circle Award and a winner of the Women’s Choice Award. I take my responsibilities as Realtor very seriously and enjoy working with my clients and having a great business relationship during transactions and a friendly relationship after our transaction is complete. I currently reside in Catonsville with my husband and two adult children. I am from a very large family being the last of eight children, my family is the backbone of the person that I have become. I attribute this mainly to my late parents, who taught me to work hard for what I need, pray for the things I want, and that nothing is handed to us. In December of 2015, I had the honor and the privilege of being part of an amazing adventure. I was part of the Living Donor Kidney Transplant, an eight-way kidney exchange program. I donated my kidney to someone who needed it, and in exchange, my family member received a kidney. I was unable to donate directly. “So much of what is best in us is bound up in our love of family, that it remains the measure of our stability because it measures our sense of loyalty.” – Haniel Long I love what I do, I love being around others and gaining trust in all my relationships is very important to me. Many will attest to my character as a person. Doing a job well, valuing what one does, having a sense of purpose and being a part of a greater vision or plan is vital. Remember me whether you are purchasing or selling your home, or perhaps if you know of someone. I look forward to working with you! “To give real service, you must add something which cannot be bought or measured with money, and that is sincerity and integrity.” – Douglas Adams