Gillian Noero represents buyers and sellers throughout the entire St Louis metropolitan area, including single family homes, town homes and condominiums. Areas of focus include Webster Groves, Kirkwood, Clayton, University City, Town & Country, Ladue, Frontenac, Central West End, St Louis City, Benton Park, Tower Grove, Lafayette Square, St. Charles and Lake St. Louis. Other areas of emphasis include farms, ranches and second homes throughout Missouri, including established businesses for sale as turn-key operations; strategic consulting to individuals and corporations on real estate matters; high net worth EB-5 immigrant investor research & real estate market analysis; and new business development for potential major corporate financial clients including identifying, researching, and networking with potential clients. Gillian attended University of Cambridge in England, and earned her Master of Arts in English Literature (1982). She attended University of the Witwatersrand in South Africa, and earned a Master of Management, Business, Economics, Law (M.B.A. equivalent) (1975 -1976). Her Professional and Community Affiliations in the U.S.A. include: Founding Board member: City Museum, St. Louis (1997 - 2000); Co-founder and Emeritus Board member: Shakespeare Festival of St. Louis (2000 - present); President, Oxford & Cambridge Society of Greater St. Louis (2002 - present); Board member: The Library Associates of Saint Louis University Libraries (2002 - present); Co-Chair: The Saint Louis Literary Award Selection Committee (2004 - present); Patron: Craft Alliance (2006 - 2007); Elected Member: National Society of Arts and Letters (2007 - present); Board Member - National Society of Arts and Letter (2008-2010). Her Professional and Community Affiliations in South Africa include working as a Delegate at South African leaders' visit to the US Congress, the US Senate and the World Bank (1992); and Co-Founder of Women's Development Banking (Micro lending) with Mrs. Zanele Mbeki (1992 - 1996).