I first fell in love with South Carolina during my time at Clemson University. Being the oldest of 4 children, I developed leadership skills at a young age, which I used to co-found an organization at Clemson. I helped to start Young Life, a faith-based youth mentorship and guidance organization, at a new high school as a team leader. I also spent my free time helping students fall in love with campus as a Clemson University Tour Guide.
When I moved to Columbia a few years later, I knew I would love the city and culture having grown up in Raleigh, the capital of North Carolina. Being a people person, I loved the pace of being in the city and all the attractions that brought people to Columbia.
As my husband and I settled in Columbia, we bought our first home in Forest Acres. As I ran through our neighborhood, I found myself curious about the homes that were selling around us. Being an extrovert, I got excited about the thought of meeting a person, a couple, or a family and helping them find the house that they could make a home. I enjoy the rewards of helping make the home buying process as seamless as possible for my clients.