I had a somewhat idyllic childhood growing up as the seventh child in a historic home in Kennebunk, Maine. While attending Villanova University, I also studied a semester at the University de Bourgogne in Dijon, France, graduating with a degree in Communications. I worked every summer at my father's real estate company in Ogunquit, Maine.
After graduation, I remained on the Main Line of Philadelphia where I quickly earned my Series 7 and worked in the brokerage industry. While there, I also devoted my time to many charities and was involved with helping a variety of non-profits, my most notable was being a member in The Saturday Club, the oldest woman's philanthropic club in the country.
Eager to share my love of Maine with my three kids, we spent summers on Mothers Beach. As time went by, we wanted the kids to have the well-rounded childhood that Maine has to offer. The decision was made to move the family back and we bought a Captain's home on the same street where I grew up.
Once back in Maine, I did not hesitate to get involved. I am very active, serving on the Board of the Biddeford YMCA, Equest Cowboy Ball Committee, Brick Store Museum Membership Committee, Town of Kennebunk Historic Preservation Committee, Education Foundation Fundraising Committee as well as various PTAs. I also enjoy a variety of sports and belong to Quest Fitness and the Arundel Paddle Club.
My entire life has had a common thread of real estate. Growing up in the business, it has become my second nature. I am more than passionate about my love of Maine and I have great "local" knowledge. I look forward to sharing my knowledge and passion for Maine with clients in a straight-forward, honest way for which I am known.