I may not be from Nashville but it certainly has grown on me since I moved here from Dayton, Ohio to attend Vanderbilt. I fell in love with the laid back feel, southern charm, and friendliness, so I adopted Nashville as my hometown.
I left the south for a bit to get my MBA at Pepperdine in Malibu and while working western Los Angeles I managed over 500,000 sq feet of office, retail and medical space, overseeing projects such as earthquakes repairs. After all of that, I was missing my favorite city and was ready for a change of pace. That’s not to say Nashville doesn’t have its challenges; I was here for the 2010 flood and, most recently, the 2020 tornados, events that brought the city together as I’ve never experienced in personal and professional ways. Working to protect and maximize my clients’ investments is a skill I’ve been able to develop and hone and bring to the Equitable team.
I bought my first home in Nashville right after graduating from Vanderbilt, already feeling a passion for real estate. I’ve owned and managed properties in California, Utah, Hawaii, Tennessee, Indiana, and Ohio, and my instinct for real estate is balanced with my background in business. I’m always committed to making the numbers work and fulfilling the needs of my clients by going above and beyond to make the deal happen.
On the weekends, I spend my time outside as much as possible; out on the tennis courts, hiking a trail, canoeing one of Nashville’s many waterways, or just working in my backyard.