A New Jersey native, Pam grew up in Pine Brook and spent most of her early life in and around New York City. An artist at heart, she graduated from Kean University with a degree in Visual Communications, which has been a strong foundation in her sales and marketing career. An exhibited artist, working in oils, she brings a trained eyed for composition and color to her work. Pam has international experience, working early in her career in marketing for a London firm engaged in direct mail across the United Kingdom. Her career brought her to Washington, DC area, first to Bethesda and then to Alexandria, working as a sales professional in the graphic and computer supply industry. Her experience in outside sales has given her outstanding understanding of the geography of the entire Metro area, including DC, Montgomery, Northern Virginia and even Loudoun County. Marriage to Carlos Cornelio, a native of Peru, brought her to Alexandria in 1982. Her daughter is a graduate of St. Stephen's/St. Agnes while her twin boys attended T.C. Williams HS.They then attended Randolph Macon College in Ashland, VA where they played soccer. They graduated in 2012 and are currently coaching soccer in South Florida. Pam's strong sales background, coupled with her artistic training and international experience, has made her uniquely suited to represent both buyers and sellers in the District of Columbia and Virginia real estate market. Pam is honored to be a member of the following professional organizations: Lifetime Member Million Dollar Sales Club, Lifetime Member Top Producer, SRS Designation, and Washingtonian 2015 Top 99 Realtors in WDC area. Pam is truly committed to providing her clients the highest quality service and attention. She is backed by a Licensed Client Manager, Frida Hopper. For Buyers, Frida will provide exceptional service at every step of the home buying process. For Sellers, Frida will make certain the listing is well advertised using the latest technology to ensure broad exposure. Pam is backed by professional stagers and in fact, does much of her own staging herself.