Why do you like working in the real estate industry?
Real estate pulled me in first as a hobby then as a profession. Right out of college, I was fascinated by construction and DIY projects and later by investing in real estate. For many years, I worked in sales and the financial industry while continuing to play in real estate from the sidelines. After completing my MBA at UofL in 2010, I recognized that real estate as a career offered that perfect mix of entrepreneurship, finance and sales that I was looking for. The making-a-difference in the lives of people is certainly an added bonus! Now, I lead a small team of Realtors supported by Semonin as our brokerage.
In what year did you become affiliated with Semonin Realtors®?
Why do you choose to affiliate your business with Semonin?
It was important to me to align with a brokerage that possessed a stellar reputation in the community, one with core values that match mine and one that has the resources to support high production levels.
What do you do to stay up-to-date/knowledgeable about the real estate industry?
Greater Louisville Association of Realtors (GLAR) involvement:
Instructor of Continuing Education
Government Affairs Committee: 2014 & 2015
Finance Committee: 2014 & 2015
Treasurer of Board of Directors: 2016 & 2017
Board of Directors: 2015, 2016 & 2017
What did you do before you began working in real estate?
Fifth Third Bank – Treasury
Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation – Development
Cystic Fibrosis Foundation – Development
University of North Carolina at Charlotte - Student Affairs
Tell us about your immediate family.
Our family consists of a son (Matthew), my husband (Brent) & myself.
Bachelors in Psychology with concentration in Social Sciences - University of Louisville
Masters in Psychology - University of Louisville
Masters in Business Administration - University of Louisville
Our team has the following credentials within Semonin brokerage:
President’s Club: 2012
Chairman’s Club: 2013, 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2018 & 2019
Top Team in Company (GCI and units): 2014, 2015 & 2016