I have lived in Central Florida most of my life and fell in love with the Ocala National Forest as a child. Because of our love for the outdoors in general and specifically the Ocala National Forest, my husband and I purchased a “cabin” in the forest in 1995 to use as a weekend retreat. In 1998 we decided to move from the Orlando area and make the “cabin” our home. While we did spend a couple of years in North Dakota on a real estate project, we always knew we would be coming back to Ocala.
I have been licensed real estate agent since 2001 and Community Association Manager (CAM) since 2008. As a CAM, I have managed multiple communities from Ocala to the Panhandle to South Georgia. I have also worked in new construction with a local builder and in general real estate. In 2014, I became involved with the Women’s Council of Realtors and have served on the Board of Directors since 2015. Currently I am the President of our local Women’s Council of Realtors Network.
I find inspiration in the beauty of the Ocala area and in the people I have met and worked with – plenty of opportunities to learn, grow and contribute.