A life-long resident of Gorham, I earned my New Hampshire real estate license in Spring 2016 and just recently in May 2020 earned my Maine license as well. I passed my brokers exam in 2021 and in September 2021, became managing broker of the Berlin office. I’ve been involved in Property Management in Jackson, Conway and Berlin and I’ve really enjoyed it. Getting my real estate license seemed the logical next step. I want to help fulfill people’s dreams of owning a home. In addition to my background in Property Management, I bring strong people skills to my new endeavor. I’ve worked for Northern Human Services for 26years as a Program Director—and I have a Bachelor’s in Human Services from Springfield College in St. Johnsbury, Vermont. I am the mother of two daughters ages 24 and 29 and I have been involved in local nonprofits for many years. Currently I sit on the Community Impact Committee for the Northern Region of Granite United Way, and formerly on the Board of Directors. Previously I was a committee member and team captain for the Relay for Life, and served on the Gorham High School Chem-Free committee. In 2014, I received the Volunteer of the Year award for Granite United Way.
What made you choose to work for Badger Peabody & Smith Realty?
The family environment, we are not a franchise and really are a team.
What is your favorite charity?
Granite United Way and the Androscoggin Valley Chamber of Commerce
What’s the best piece of advice you’ve ever been given?
Keep growing, there is always room for improvement, don’t quit and never give up.