More About Me

My Mission

Buying and selling a house can often be thought of as overwhelming and stressful. My mission in real estate is to support my clients in the process to make it fun, easy, and worry-free.

By listening to my client's goals and concerns, we become a team to form an individualized plan to succeed together. With the knowledge and local partners I've gained from over 30 years of experience, I advocate for my client's best interests and represent them with the highest level of integrity, skill, and care. This is my ministry, and I have fun doing it.

Personal Biography

My husband Erik and I moved to Seattle over 30 years ago. We have two children that have attended Bellevue Schools. As a mother, I understand the importance of a strong community and quality schools. I am actively involved in local non-profits that support various programs serving low-income and homeless families. When not selling real estate, I enjoy spending time with family and friends, wake surfing, playing pickleball, and absolutely love living in the Northwest.

Passionate About Supporting Our Local Community

I am committed to maintaining our special community—what it looks like and what makes living here so wonderful. Each year I donate to programs in our local community. That means that every single person who uses my team to buy or sell a home is helping to give back and support our local community!

I am passionate about giving time and resources to organizations like Plymouth Housing, Windermere Foundation, The Sophia Way, Bellevue School Foundation, and Youth Eastside Services. These organizations do incredible things to end homelessness, support low-income families, support mental health needs, affordable housing, human services, and more. These are the types of people and organizations we need to come together as a community to support and strengthen our local community and support families and individuals in need. To learn more about how I give back, click here.

"I alone cannot change the world, but I can cast a stone across the waters to create many ripples." – Mother Teresa.