After almost 40 years of service at the public television station for the Albuquerque/Santa Fe market, I retired and sought out a second career. With my varied experience in a senior management position providing informative and educational programming to the public, I chose to continue my public service to the community by becoming a Realtor. As a Realtor, I am able to continue my interaction with the public and guide both sellers and buyers through a smooth transaction and transition into their new home. I was a Realtor for three different agencies for 10 years with Coldwell Banker being my last employer.
My husband and I moved to Denver to be with our daughter and her family. We decided to leave New Mexico to be with our only three grandchildren. We arrived in July 2014, and I immediately decided that I wanted to continue my Realtor career with Coldwell Banker here in Denver.
Coldwell Banker is an internationally known real estate entity for its professionalism in servicing their customers and that's why I choose to continue to be a part of their team.
Community Involvement My husband and I were active citizens of the Albuquerque market. We practiced our democratic rights and were primarily heavily involved with the Catholic parish community. As we settle into our home, we want to seek out organizations that serve the Denver public schools and community.