Originally from New York City, I moved to the Valley Isle in 2001, when I thought I would relocate for a year. Well Maui stole my heart, and here I am almost 20 years later raising my family in paradise.
In my pre-real estate life, I earned two Master’s Degrees and started the Preschool and Lower School programs at Maui Preparatory Academy. I transitioned into real estate in 2013, eventually realizing a career in real estate would offer not only a flexible schedule that would help with raising my two daughters, but an opportunity to help others find their best life on Maui. I hit the ground running, and have never looked back. With a genuine love of life on Maui and a warm personality, I am able to put my clients at ease and have fun searching for their dream home. I am also extremely organized, with excellent follow-through and a strong commitment to making every client feel like my top priority.
I am serving my Maui Ohana by volunteering at the Ka Hale A Ke Ola Homeless Resource Center every month, serving dinners and assisting local homeless community. Lately, I have been helping with food distribution with the Maui Food Bank and Lahaina Baptist Church for people in need since COVID-19 hit. I started the Kind Club at the Maui Preparatory Academy where I taught kindness to the kids through projects and small acts of kindness activities. My daughters keep me busy, and I help with their school as much as I can.
When I am not assisting clients or my Maui community, I enjoy hiking, exploring my island home, traveling, and otherwise spending time with my family. I feel fortunate to be able to put my feet in the ocean just 130 steps from my front door. You will often find my family in "our spot" on Shark Pit beach in Lahaina hanging out or watching the sunset. I also enjoy good food and wine, coffee with friends, arts and crafts, and taking spinning, yoga, pilates, and barre classes.