Born and raised in the Rochester community, Chris brings a unique and diverse background. She has lived in several different communities in the Rochester area including East Irondequoit, Rochester City, Penfield, Henrietta and Pittsford. She and her husband Christopher currently reside in Pittsford with their two children Hannah and Justin. Chris enjoys spending her free time with family and friends, from a backyard barbecue or day trips to any one of our local attractions. Chris' friends and family always say her greatest strengths are her loyalty and compassion for whatever she is involved in.
After graduating from Bishop Kearney High School in 1992, Chris earned her Bachelors degree in Social Work from RIT. Following a ten year career with the YMCA of Greater Rochester as a senior program director, Chris oversaw a group home for Lifetime Assistance in Chili serving mentally challenged boys. Her transition to real estate closely followed her previous position with Lifetime Assistance. Chris began working with the Cannan Team in 2007, earning her real estate license shortly after joining the team, Chris immediately became one of the top producing buyers agents. The foundation of her business is built on referral and word of mouth. She focuses on selling homes throughout Monroe County specializing in the Eastside (Pittsford, Honeyoe Falls, Mendon, Fairport, Webster, Penfield, Victor). Chris was the recipient of The Rising Star Award in 2010 and was a major contributor to the success of The Cannan Team. Recognized as the #1 Re/Max Team in the state for both 2014 and 2015, The Cannan Team sold over $30,000,000 worth of homes each year, closing over 800 transactions over the past 2 years!
Chris joined the Nothnagle Pittsford office (Now Howard Hanna)in January of 2017. Her first year as a solo agent she earned the Howard Hanna Silver Sales Award for exemplary and distinguished service to her clients. While developing her own business, she also has worked with other agents within the company to build their brands and increase production.