Realtor® | Team Lead
I’ve always loved the feeling of having a hometown to call my own. I spent the early years of my childhood in Needham, Massachusetts. I would play outside until dark, and I walked to school with the neighborhood kids. My family moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico, where we lived for three years before settling back in Needham again. We lived close enough to everything for me to walk to middle school, high school, and the quaint town center.
In my late teens and 20s, I got a taste of city life. I went to college in Philadelphia and spent a semester in Madrid. I lived in Providence, Rhode Island, when I began my teaching career. After getting married, and my first daughter was born, my husband and I rented an apartment in Roslindale, Massachusetts. We started to outgrow our little place and set out to explore the suburbs. We fell in love with a beautiful town called Medfield, and we knew it would be the perfect place to put down roots.
Our first house was charming, but it was on a busy road. After our second daughter was born, we moved to a tree-lined neighborhood with sidewalks. Our son was born, we adopted a puppy, and Medfield became our new hometown. Our kids grew up in Medfield, went to all five schools, played town sports, and made lifelong friends. Now, it is their hometown forever!
The best part of my job as a Realtor® is helping people make moves that bring them closer to putting down roots. I enjoy working with clients at all life stages, including first-time homebuyers, families looking for more space as they grow, and couples downsizing after their nest is empty. My clients trust me to guide them through the buying and selling process. That is a gift I never take for granted.
I bring the skills I utilized as a high school teacher to each homebuying and selling journey. Patience, attention to detail, organization, creative thinking, good communication, teamwork, and compassion are all essential. I use these skills daily to work toward my singular goal. I aim to help my clients move forward to put roots down in their next hometown.