I've long believed that it's not just what you do but how you do it that counts. A tireless work ethic aims at ensuring a positive, seamless experience for my clients. One of my primary strengths is telling my clients what they 'don't want to hear.' It is my responsibility to use my experience to walk folks through reality. One of the joys of what I do is meeting great people and having the experience of what starts out as a client relationship invariably ends in a new friendship.
Always a 'people person,' I've certainly been influenced by over twenty-five years of experience as a teacher and school administrator. Originally from New York, I've resided on the shoreline for over twenty years; and in between, I've relocated a dozen times myself.
Being a 'Dog Lover' I've been lucky to have experienced the rewards of owning these special creatures for over forty years of my life. My four children and six grandchildren certainly keep me grounded. I love kayaking, golf, music and visits to Cape Cod. While based in Madison, I've had great experiences with the Shoreline Food Kitchen, March of Dimes/Walk America, Habitat for Humanity, and the annual 'Toys for Tots' campaign.
As a certified relocation specialist, my experience in public education has provided a unique perspective in facilitating client's decisions on school programs in Connecticut.
Ninety percent of my business comes from client referrals and I take great pride in fostering those relationships to deliver quality service to all. In the end my clients become my friends.
Given the openness to client referrals I cover the entire shoreline from Branford to Old Lyme, with heavy concentration in Madison, Guilford, Killingworth, Portland and East Hampton.