RE/MAX Town & Country, West Chester
15 Years Active in Real Estate
What was your career prior to real estate, if applicable?
Before Real Estate, I was a Certified Athletic Trainer and Strength & Conditioning Specialist. I’ve also spent time in Sports Therapy. I worked in Pennsylvania as well as New York for local high schools and colleges.
What type of leadership roles have you held outside of real estate?
During my career in sports medicine, I’ve served as the Lead Athletic Trainer for Lower Bucks Hospital. I was responsible for the athletic training outreach for local high schools and colleges. Also, I’ve also served a manager for an outreach program in Poughkeepsie, NY for sports medicine.
As a voice for your colleagues, what strengths/insights will you bring to the Board discussions?
I believe I can provide a voice of reason through my ability to keep an open mind and listen to all sides during discussions. Ultimately, this will help move the organization forward in a positive manner with the directives to advance both our Association and profession.
What issues do you feel the Association should be addressing?
- The Association should continue its efforts to increase involvement from current members and affiliates.
- I also feel the organization should strengthen its communications with those members not actively involved with the Association and provide the benefits of being a member.
- Lastly, I want to see the organization improve RPAC participation.
Why are you interested in serving as a member of the Board of Directors?
I enjoy getting involved. I’m also interested in learning from other colleagues and helping to move our profession in the right direction to protect consumer rights and REALTORS®.