I was born in Massachusetts, but spent the majority of my childhood in Ohio before moving to Arizona in 1998 where I later met my husband. We have 3 children who range in age from 26-7 which is why we also have 1 grandson and of course I can’t leave out my 2 fur babies. I earned my bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Phoenix which led me to work for a non-profit victims’ rights clinic as their office and grant manager for five years, and later, at the Maricopa County Attorney’s Office as a victim advocate. In 2010, federal cut backs forced me to reevaluate my career path and pave a new one. In 2015, I became a licensed mortgage loan originator and have found it very rewarding helping my clients accomplish their life goals. During my time as a loan officer I’ve helped hundreds of clients achieve the dream of home ownership. I believe the key to my success is that I regularly think outside the box and come up with solutions when others are ready to throw in the towel. It is important for me to involve my clients and business partners throughout the entire process, keeping them updated and making sure all of their questions are answered.
Growing up, my family was always self-employed, so I learned early on the value of customer service. Customers and strong business relationships are everything and without them you cannot succeed. It is also equally to have a strong support system and V.I.P. offers the resources necessary for success.
It brings me great joy to participate in community events and give back whenever possible. Our three kids and grandson keep us busy with sports, but when possible, my husband and I love to travel and scuba dive, as well as head up north in the hotter months.