From a young age I took interest in real estate – reading every book and article I could get my hands on.
This interest led me to pursue a degree from the University of Washington, where I studied accounting and finance to gain a strong background for my future real estate career. Upon graduation I felt I had more to learn from the accounting and finance world to refine my skills before joining a brokerage. To accomplish this, I took a position with Ernst & Young, a public accounting firm.
When I felt it was time to make the transition to brokerage I was after one thing – a team that shared a positive culture and strong values. Capital Pacific demonstrated a passion for their work, each other and most importantly their clients. Now, being a part of the team, I am excited to share these same values and to continue to contribute to a strong culture of radical collaboration, bold expertise, and no nonsense.
How did your early life shape your outlook?
My early life as a competitive gymnast shaped me to be diligent, disciplined, and determined. When a challenge is presented in reaching my goals I will work day and night to overcome any obstacle.
What's the most dangerous thing you've ever done?
Central Oregon Bungee Jump – if you need an adrenaline boost this is your ticket!
What’s the most important lesson you’ve learned?
Failure is absolutely necessary to succeed.