In 1999, Adrienne joined Prudential Real Estate Professionals/Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices as a Real Estate Broker and has been a Million Dollar Club member and earned Outstanding Sales and Service Awards every year since. Each year from 2002 to 2010, she has received the Prudential Chairman''''s Circle Award, selling in the top 4 percent of all Realtors. Her real estate practice is a family related with her husband Ed, her sister Jane Horn, Kim Arscott, Jim Arscott and Laura Abruzzini. Each team member has a specialty and Adrienne''''s is the listing and sale of South Eugene, College and University area homes although she is intimately familiar with the entire area. Ed''''s specialty is listing and selling income and rural properties while Jane and Jim specialize in helping buyers find their dream home.
As a young mother in the 1980s, Adrienne founded Oregon Nannies, Inc. with her sister Jane Horn developed it into the largest nanny placement service in the United States. After selling the agency in the late 1990s she joined Prudential. Prior experience includes working for the Bon Marche Department Store as a Department Manager and garnering numerous sales awards. Adrienne holds a Bachelor of Arts in Art History from University of Arizona, and graduated from Lane Community College''''s small business development program.
She is a regular blood donor for Lane Blood Center, a Rotary Project Amigo volunteer in Colima, Mexico and has an "Adopt a Road" litter clean up section on Fox Hollow Road in Eugene. She was a founding member of the Eugene Education Fund and served in various capacities for the fund between 1995 and 1998. During her active time in the Junior League of Eugene she served two terms on the board of Directors and was chair of the hugely successful "Taste of Oregon Cookbook" fundraiser. Other civic involvement includes the YMCA Board of Directors 1987-1993 and Chairman for their Campaign for Kids raising over $85,000, a director of the Lane County Relief Nursery from 1981 to 1984 and chairman in 1984. Additionally she has been on the advisory board of Eugene Education Association and has been presented with the Golden Apple Award for outstanding volunteer service to the 4J schools.