Diana has lived in Larchmont with her husband and four daughters for 25 years and has been selling real estate there for over 15 years. Whether her clients are buying, selling, renting or just exploring options, Diana enjoys helping them analyze market conditions in the context of their unique situations and objectives.
Diana is sensitive, not only to the financial importance of every real estate transaction, but also to the personal way that real estate decisions affect day to day life for families and individuals. Whether they are trading up, trading down, moving in or moving on, Diana understands that these are important decisions that require time and thoughtful consideration on many levels.
Prior to entering real estate, Diana was an executive for 10 years at the Ted Bates Advertising Company in New York and London. The marketing, advertising and client service skills she developed working for major package goods companies such as M&M Mars, Colgate Palmolive, and Mobil Chemical, bring a strong sales background and a high level of professionalism to her real estate work. A respected and active member of her community, Diana served on the French American School Board of Trustees for 9 years, where she chaired the real estate and development committees and played a lead role in helping the rapidly growing school find and secure a second campus for upper grades. Her connections to the international community both here and abroad remain strong and are represented in a significant international client base.
Diana earned her BA in History from Vassar College and is an alumna of Rye Country Day School. She is fluent in Greek, and conversant in basic French and Spanish. She is a member of the National Association of Realtors, the New York State Associ ation of Realtors and recently received her Green Designation and membership to the NAR's Green Resource Council. Diana is a former Chairman and Board Member of The New Suffolk Waterfront Fund, a land preservation foundation on the North Fork of Long Island that she founded in 2005.