Realtor®. "Welcome Home!"
Real Estate is the very foundation on which we build our lives, our families, our homes, our businesses, and our memories. I graduated from Duquesne University in 2008 with an undergraduate Business Administration degree, double-majoring in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. I also earned my Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) in Marketing from Duquesne University in 2011. While attending Duquesne for my Master’s, I also worked as a Graduate Assistant and a Teaching Assistant in the Marketing Department. All of my work experience is in sales, marketing, public relations, and communications. After earning my MBA, I started a boutique marketing and public relations firm, being fortunate enough to work with such clients as Pittsburgh Brewing Company, the James Harrison Family Foundation, the Pittsburgh Steelers, Children’s Hospital of Pittsburgh, Children’s Institute of Pittsburgh, and numerous other charitable organizations. In addition, I worked at Phipps Conservatory as their Event Sales Supervisor, planning, coordinating, and executing corporate events and other event-related projects. Selling a home is not like it used to be. It requires cutting-edge technology, creative ideas, and the integration of social media marketing. To that end, it also requires a Realtor who is not only well versed in the traditional avenues of marketing, but also who inherently understands - and is an expert in – modern social media and digital marketing. After all, you know the value of your home, but it’s my job to communicate that to buyers. Pittsburgh captivates me. I love everything about our city. I love the neighborhoods, the energy, the hometown pride (go Stillers!), the culture, and the of course, the people. I hope you have enjoyed my bio, and I hope you will let me help you make your next house your home.
- Recipient, Pittsburgh’s Top 40 Under 40, 2011
- Recipient, Pittsburgh’s 50 Finest, 2012
- Nominee, Pittsburgh’s Man of the Year, Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, 2012
- Preferred Masters Accreditation