I work as a transaction coordinator for PRC, which means that I am responsible for ensuring that every application that we do runs smoothly. I offer support to all of our agents and brokers, from assisting clients to working with other offices to make sure that everyone who works with us has the best application experience that they can. Before working here, I worked as a processor at a different brokerage. I am using that experience to help build a new system of processing applications as efficiently as possible. I am very excited to be a part of this company!Dependability and, open-mindedness and willingness are what drives me. My peers and coworkers must depend on me to take care of responsibilities, and if I’m not willing to change habits and behaviors to do so, I may get left behind. When I am not working, I love hockey, tacos, Irish pubs and dive bars, Guy Ritchie films, any music that I can catch a groove too, my friends, and my family. One day in the future, I hope to live in Amsterdam in a flat and one of the canals.
Processing, client services, operations
What is your favorite neighborhood? Why?
Wicker Park! It has excellent restaurants and bars, a lot of fantastic architecture, and the first neighborhood I visited before moving to Chicago.
What is your favorite restaurant? Do you have a go-to order?
Tango Sur. No go-to order, but any of their steaks are excellent, and their chimichurri sauce is also incredible. I would also highly recommend their empanadas for starters (dip them in the chimichurri sauce for maximum results).
What is your favorite coffee shop or bar? Choose one and why?
My favorite bar is Galway Arms. It is a fantastic Irish pub in the heart of Lincoln Park, and I used to live right next door to it. Live Irish folk music several days of the week, people from the old country are pulling your pints of Guinness, and a great mix of outdoor patio space and indoor, cozy Irish pub vibes.
What do you enjoy/love about living in Chicago? Why?
Chicago summer. There is not much better in this world.