Holly Hamilton-Mendonsa is the Director of Operations and Marketing/Technology at Olde Dartmouth Sotheby's International Realty. She is in charge of the firm's advertising resources and is responsible for influencing the level, timing, and composition of customer demand that will achieve the greatest success. Holding true to the brand that the Sotheby's name offers, she is in charge of quality control and the uniformity that is incorporated in this luxury staple around the world. Being creative is a key component of her day to day job, experimenting in different media outlets and design programs.Holly is the communication hub of the office, proficient in over 50 computer programs, leading to a state-of-art marketing strategy, development of achievable economic business and execution of an aggressive project plan. The resulting products consist of effective sales and marketing communications, team building and mentoring. Ms. Mendonsa has sat on panels with fellow Sotheby's International Realty Marketing Directors discussing the approach to Global Marketing. A talented Web site and Graphic Designer, her print design has been featured in the national and global publications such as: Robb Report, Distinctive Homes, Real Estate Portfolio of Homes, Wall Street Journal, and many more. Holly has been the Office Manager of Olde Dartmouth Sotheby's International Realty since 2003 and holds real estate licenses in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the State of Rhode Island. She currently lives in Newport with her husband Andrew and enjoys gardening, swimming, photography and boating. Holly's education is based around European History as well as Cultural and Historic Preservation, which is key in marketing historic and antique homes. She is a former project researcher at the Irish Museum of Newport History and is an member of the Alpha-Kappa-Omega chapter of the Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society.Holly is also a Commissioned Notary Public in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and the Photographer of the company listings.