Born abroad on the Subic Bay Military Base in the Philippines into a Navy family, I’ve had the privilege of living and traveling to some of the most beautiful places that this world has to offer. I came to Northern Virginia to attend George Mason University, as a NCAA Division 1 Student Athlete, as a Pole Vaulter with the GMU Track and Field Team. I graduated with a Bachelor of Arts in Global Affairs, concentrating in International Development. During the last of my time at GMU, I traveled back to the Philippines as part of a study abroad where I learned, developed, and honed my skills in Grassroots Peacebuilding and Conflict Analysis and Resolution with the local villages.
Upon my return home, I quickly finished my coursework and graduated early. I then immediately joined the International Rescue Committee in Baltimore, MD, and worked to help resettle the thousands of refugees that fled their home countries due to oppression, war, and genocide, and were rebuilding their lives here in the US.
The skills that I acquired while working with and advocating for refugees in various humanitarian efforts are what make me the ideal and exceptional representation for my clients. Truly listening to my clients, helping them to determine their needs, then materializing their necessities is part of my core person and who I am. Buying real estate is one of the biggest purchases you will make in your life, which naturally brings in stress and anxiety. I love turning the stressful process of buying or selling a house into a positive and memorable experience by providing my clients with expert knowledge to help guide them through one of life’s great adventures.