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About Michelle Edwards

Michelle Edwards is a native of Effingham County where she raises her 2 daughters. After a career in education, Michelle became a licensed Realtor in 2015. She now works with clients on buying and selling homes. Not only does she work hard to help her clients, but she is also very community minded and a diligent server in our county. She is a member of the Effingham Sunrise Rotary, serving as Secretary, and part of the Catie?s Gathering Planning Committee. She previously served as a member of the Ebenezer Elementary and the ECHS School Councils.

She is also a proud member of Becoming the Crown Jewel, a church-based mentoring program for girls dedicated to helping them grow their faith while instilling beneficial values and principles. She completed Leadership Effingham with the Effingham County Chamber of Commerce in June 2018. She participates in multiple events with the Low Country Down Syndrome Society and Cure Childhood Cancer throughout the year. One of her greatest passions is helping her buyers find the perfect house to call home and helping her sellers transition out of their current homes.

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