More About Me

How do you pick your agent? Do you look at their sales numbers or do you look at the person behind the numbers?

Here is a little about me, and why you want me to be your realtor:

I have been a realtor since 2014.  While I focus on Decatur and intown areas, I am organized, thorough, anticipate your needs, will go wherever my clients need me.  I will work hard for you, and will tell you the truth – not only what you want to hear.  Check my testimonials and see what my clients have to say.

In short, I will handle your transaction the way I want all mine to be handled.

My previous careers, both at Emory University and as an independent artist, allow me to bring some unique skills to the table. My counseling background helps me listen to what you are saying (or not saying) and reason through emotional decisions. My creative talents allow me to come up with unique ways to present and market your home. As a mom to 2 dogs and 2 cats it is easy for me to understand the priority you place on your pet's needs when searching for a home.

Why real estate?The first two home purchases I made could not have gone worse. My agents were not helpful, and at times, even difficult to reach. I thought real estate transactions were destined to be stressful, awful experiences. When I purchased my third house (with a different realtor,) I was amazed at how easy the process was. I promised myself I would be that realtor.

When you work with me, you work with someone who cares about making sure you have all the information you need to help you make good decisions and have a stress free transaction.

Want to know more? Call me at 404.276.8290


  • Member, National Association of Realtors®
  • Member, Dekalb Association of Realtors®

A little about me:

I grew up in Dumont, NJ, received a BA from Rutgers University, and an M.Ed in Counseling from the College of New Jersey. My first job was at Emory University, where I worked for 18 years. I left Emory to launce by business, IronCraft Folk Art, where I made steel sculpture. After 10 years, I sold that business to become a jeweler, participating in art festivals around the country. After another 8 years, I became tired of the travel, got my real estate license, and here I am…..

I stay involved in the arts by volunteering with the Metal Arts Guild of Georgia, Atlanta Dogwood Arts Festival and Decatur Arts Festival, and will occasionally show my work.

I am a Board member of the Laurel Ridge/Shamrock Civic Association and the coordinator of our Neighborhood Watch program. 

I have always loved animals, and created a line of jewelry called Barking Cat® jewelry, which I use to help non-profit rescue groups raise funds. My children are furry – 2 dogs, 2 indoor cats, and 2 outdoor ferals that I have been trying to domesticate, for 9 years so far.

I also like music. In my spare time, I play keyboards and guitar with local musicians.