Jena May, a native of Sherman, Texas and graduate of Texas Tech University, has made Dallas her home since 1977.
Jena's professional background in sales and marketing in almost all areas related to real estate provides a valuable edge in any real estate situation. From her years at D Magazine, she knows and understands every corner and nuance of Dallas, both physically and historically. From advising and selling advertising to the real estate community, she knows how to market and promote her listings. From her years in the title business, first as a marketing representative and then as a closer and office manager, she brings a vast understanding of what is necessary for a smooth close.
Jena's ongoing and involved relationship with the business community and city of Dallas for over 34 years allows her an unparalleled sphere of relationships and knowledge from which to draw. One of her strong suits: if she doesn't know the answer, she knows where to get it - and fast. Jena's success lies in her sincere interest in people and her desire to help her clients achieve their desires and dreams. As a good communicator, she listens and through her perseverance, resourcefulness and creativity, does not stop until their desires and dreams have been realized. Her clients feel that and trust her. That rapport and trust extends to colleagues and others she comes into contact with during the transaction, making it easier and more pleasurable to accomplish - fun, too.
Jena has always been involved in community and charitable causes. One of her greatest commitments since 1987 is The Family Place, where she has been involved in the initial start-up of many of their programs: Pepsi-Kidaround, Partner's Card, Safe Campus Construction, Nurturing Dinner Program, SHOR, Transitional Housing Program, Court Advocacy Program and Helping Hands.
Jena has served on the Marketing Board of Equitable Bank Dallas, the Board of the Greenway Parks Homeowners Association, as a founding committee member for Hope Cottage's "For the Love of Mom" and has participated many times in the GDAR "Paint the Town" program.
Jena is a member of the Devonshire Neighborhood Association, Dallas Historical Society, and Preservation Dallas, where she earned the Historic House Specialist Designation, Braniff Clipped B's, Kidney Texas Inc., Alzheimer's Association, Delta Gamma Alumni Association and she is a Notary Public for the State of Texas.