Moving to Pennington-Princeton area in 1981 allowed Betsy to use her talents to their fullest. Her commitment to being engaged in the various aspects of the area's community life is demonstrated by her active participation. She was on the Hopewell Valley Planning Board for 3 years; served as a Stuart Country Day School trustee, and is presently on the boards of the Stony Brook Watershed Association and the Princeton Public Library Friends Council. Betsy has also recently volunteered for the Princeton YWCA, Womanspace, the Crisis Ministry and Historic Morven.
With eight years experience in the Princeton real estate market, and experiences as a past owner of a small retail business and executive director of several small non-profits, Betsy has the skills and background to be your ideal real estate professional. With her problem solving techniques enhanced by her MBA and community involvement she is able to have a knowledgeable dialog with buyers and sellers in order to match their needs and wants with the best possible solutions and to bring each transaction to a successful conclusion.
Betsy grew up in Baltimore, MD and, after attending the Masters School in Dobbs Ferry, NY, graduated from Beaver College, now known as Arcadia University. After graduation she lived in Washington, DC where she worked on Capitol Hill, Hanover, NH, where she worked for Dartmouth College and Stamford CT, where she taught school and worked on a Masters in Education. While raising her daughters here in the Princeton-Pennington area Betsy obtained her Master of Business Administration degree from Rutgers University.
More recently Betsy's interest in people and places has taken her to South America, South Africa, India, Morocco, Southeast Asia, Russia and Europe. Any seasonal idle time is spent in her garden, improving her golf game, sailing or spending time with her granddaughter.