Originally from Connellsville, Pennsylvania, I moved to Pittsburgh in 2004 to pursue my B.A. in Architectural Studies at the University of Pittsburgh. I moved to New York City in 2008 to pursue my M.S. in Historic Preservation at Columbia University, but the allure of the Steel City brought me back in 2010.
I have worked in Property Management since 2011. In 2016, I joined the Howard Hanna family after purchasing my own home with a stellar Howard Hanna agent. Professionally, I am also active in the spheres of Historic Preservation Advocacy and Non-Profit Management, serving on the Board of Directors of Preservation Pittsburgh and as President of the East Liberty Valley Historical Society. I also serve as a Real Estate Educator with the REALTORS Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh.
My extensive background in Architectural History affords me a unique perspective on the built environment that sets me apart as an agent. But regardless of the age or architecture of the home you are buying or selling, I am committed to offering the caliber of service that has come to be expected of the Howard Hanna name.
I sincerely look forward to the opportunity of working with you.
- B.A. Architectural History, University of Pittsburgh, 2008
- M.S. Historic Preservation, Columbia University in the City of New York, 2010
- Alan Kells School of Real Estate, 2015
- Preservation Pittsburgh, Board of Directors
- East Liberty Valley Historical Society, President
- National Association of Realtors (NAR)
- Pennsylvania Association of Realtors (PAR)
- Realtors Association of Metropolitan Pittsburgh (RAMP)
- Realtors Education Institute