Before entering the world of real estate I had a career as a teacher with a degree in fiction writing and early childhood education. Working as a teacher gave me invaluable and numerous lessons in customer service, ethics, patience, organization, and negations surrounding sensitive subject matter. It gave me opportunities to work within socially, economically, and culturally diverse populations all over the city. I’m excited to carry all these experiences into a field where I can help people individually, and by doing so contributes to my success directly.
As a lifelong Chicagoan, I have a lot of family in the city. When I’m not working you can find me hitting up a restaurant with friends, driving down Lake Shore Drive, or exploring the city with my 8 year old pit bull mix, Gimli. I like to bring humor, authenticity, and equality with me in everything I do and I have always enjoyed working closely with people from all walks of life, and am eager to steer that passion into real estate.
They have the best tortilla soup that I’ve been able to find, and they make an awesome mezcal margarita.
They have two locations, my favorite is the one on Irving Park. They’ve been around since 1975 and make the best hotdogs in the city. The staff are always super friendly and they have picnic tables outside where you can sit and eat.
This has been my favorite museum in the city since I was a kid. They have everything from mummies to dinosaurs year round, and tons of amazing exhibits that come through year round. Some of my all time favorites include terra cotta warriors and the vikings exhibits.
This is another one of my childhood favorites, known in my family as “the flower house”. It’s a great place to go to escape the bitter cold Chicago winters. When you walk in you immediately feel as though you’ve been transported to a tropical paradise.