I have been a resident of Cayuga County for my entire life and have grown to appreciate the beauty and uniqueness of the Finger Lakes Region. I attended Southern Cayuga High School, and then graduated from Virginia Tech in 2003 with a bachelor's degree in environmental science, and a minor in chemistry. I came back to the area, purchased a home in the village of Cayuga and have since moved to the village of Union Springs. I have always tried my best to give back to the community that has given so much to me.
I obtained my real estate license in 2009 and have enjoyed great success from the very beginning. My personal philosophy is that if I work hard for each transaction, no matter how big or small, I will be both successful and gratified. To me, working hard means being responsive to inquiries and the needs of my clients, knowing my market, creating quality listings, providing guidance for buyers and sellers, and expertly negotiating deals.
Outside of Real Estate, I spend much of my with family, which is very dear to me and includes my mother and father, sister, brother-in-law, two wonderful nephews, and a niece. I am very fortunate to work closely with my father, who is an accomplish Realtor, and my mentor in this business.
I am an avid golfer and a past officer of the Union Springs/Aurora Men's golf league, which I have been a member of since 1999. I spend much of my free time enjoying the outdoors and coaching little league baseball. For much of the past several years, I have volunteered twice nearly every week and served on two committees for Cayuga County Habitat for Humanity.
My credentials and accomplishments include:
-2013 Cayuga County Top Producer Award Recipient
-B.S. in Environmental Science with Chemistry minor, Virginia Tech
-Member Cayuga County Association of Realtors
-Member NYS Association of Realtors
-Member National Association of Realtors
-Member Green Resource Council/Green Designation
-Village of Cayuga Planning Board (2009-2010)
-Member Cayuga County Habitat for Humanity, nominating and construction committees