A top producer at Gibson Sotheby's International Realty, Mary Kelleher has over 32 years' experience in real estate in Boston. In 1983, she founded Boston Bay Realty (a residential marketing firm). She quickly established long-term relationships with many of Boston's top developers. Over the span of her career she has marketed numerous pre-construction condominium projects at record breaking prices. In 2008, with an emphasis on combining green elements and the latest of new technology, Mary marketed 79 Chandler Street (a 9 unit boutique building in the South End) at record breaking prices with high acclaim. Her most recent successes include Phase II of the Allele building, which will have 48 units and 32 Rutland Street, a boutique development with 6 ultra-luxurious condominiums in the South End. The loyalty of her clients is a testimony to her energy, dedication and commitment. Mary devotes much of her time to a variety of charities. She is Board President of Project Place, a nonprofit which works with homeless men and women to secure educational, job and housing opportunities. She is co-founder of Yoga Home Yoga Aum, a nonprofit yoga program which works with teens and adults in 12-step recovery programs and cancer recovery groups. Through Project Place, she will be starting a similar program for veterans. She was honored by the Gavin Foundation in October 2009 for her work with teens and young adults. Together, with her husband Kevin Leary, she has received the Callahan Service award from the Nativity Preparatory School in February 2010. She is on the Celebration Committee for the Rodman Ride for Kids. She supports many other charities including Boston Healthcare for the Homeless, South End Little League, Boston Living Center, and Christmas in the City. Kevin and Mary live in Boston's South End. They are the proud parents of six children and thirteen grandchildren.