I am an avid reader of all types of books. I began working at by sixth grade, which I
continued through all of high school, as a singer at the Metropolitan Opera in NYC. After
High School I attended UCONN, majoring in Economics, History, and English. I began my
more formal working career in retail both store line and finally as a buyer for some the
major department stores in the greater New York area. I left retail to begin a career as an
educator in New York City. Along the way I earned degrees from Sacred Heart University,
Touro College, and University of Bridgeport.
I have become an agent with, what I feel, the finest real estate firms in the state of
Connecticut. One that has the most talented and dedicate professionals in the industry. It
is my hope to be able to use my diverse background and skill set for the benefit of my
clients. I am a client's agent with skill at negotiation, analysis, and staging.
30 Elm Street , Westport - CT 06880
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