I joined Windermere Real Estate as a Sales Associate in 1997 in the Windermere Wall Street office. Recently, I have taken growing positions within the company as Assistant Manager of the Windermere Greenwood office and now as Owner/Managing Broker.
Leading this professional group of Realtors who I consider friends is both an honor and a dream position. My goal as the owner of the Greenwood office is to provide our brokers with the best resources, create a collaborative community and opportunities to succeed. That really is the definition of what I do here at Windermere. I help people reach their potential and enjoy watching them excel.
If you’re in the market to buy or sell a home, you’ve come to the right spot. Whatever your real estate needs, I can help you reach your goals with confidence. While visiting my website, you can access the most current real estate data and search for homes throughout the Western U.S. And when the time is right, feel free to contact me so that I can put the power of Windermere to work for you.
LiveLoveOwnSeattle.com is the Windermere Wall Street Group’s new website that encompasses all we do in our beautiful city. You will find current, relevant and engaging content. We invite you to begin your journey with us and discover how to Live. Love. Own. Seattle.
Our spectacular Seattle views are gradually being choked off by an oppressive tangle of ugly, black, overhead wires.
Perhaps, Seattle Magazine can use photoshop to “disappear” all of the wires out of our Seattle Skyline. Unfortunately, those of us who live here cannot simply “photoshop” all the overhead “wire pollution” out of our daily lives.
The number of wires and cables has proliferated, in step with the number of new providers and new technologies for the Internet, television, and telephones. Over time, most of our homes have had 2, 3, 4, or even 5 wires installed from the street to the house.
Giant telecom companies that were “absorbed” by even bigger, newer companies have left wires installed by the previous provider, as well as their own outdated wires hanging all over our homes and neighborhoods.
By letting us remove these unneeded wires, you are not only improving your views but your neighbor’s views. Over time, as we eliminate all these abandoned, ugly, black wires, Seattle’s skyline will no longer need photo-shopping in order to look beautiful again. Our beautiful city will look young again.
Woodland Park Zoo is hailed as one of the finest zoos in the world for its award-winning naturalistic exhibits. The zoo provides quality care to approximately 1,100 animals, the largest live collection in Washington State. Nearly 300 animal species and a thousand plant species are represented in this lush oasis. Go nose-to-nose with a jaguar in a tropical rain forest. Observe a family of gorillas foraging for food. Come eye-to-eye with orangutans living atop trees in an open forest canopy. Enjoy a herd of elephants meandering rolling terrain in a Thai village. Safari to Africa for sweeping views of giraffes, zebras and hippos. Trek to the north for underwater views of grizzly bears and otters. Explore, climb and slide in Zoomazium, an all-season nature play space where kids can connect with animals, habitats and more through the natural language of childhood play! You’ll want to take a nostalgic ride on the zoos historic carousel (additional cost for rides). And don’t forget to smell the roses in the award-winning Rose Garden featuring more than 290 varieties of roses. The zoo also features two indoor/outdoor restaurants and the ZooStore for one-of-a-kind souvenirs, conservation merchandise and the ever-popular Zoo Doo.
Works Progress is a coworking space for a diverse group of professionals to work, connect, and grow. Our all-inclusive space enhances productivity, supports career advancement, and cultivates community. Visit us in the heart of Seattle’s Greenwood and Phinney Ridge neighborhood on 85th Avenue. We support and anticipate your professional needs. All memberships include comfortable workspaces, fast wifi, unlimited printing, reservable conference rooms, private call rooms, kitchen space, and complimentary coffee, tea and snacks.
Our mission is to help individuals achieve their business, career and lifestyle goals.
Our Values – The Triple Bottom Line Works Progress is focused on the “triple bottom line” of social, environmental, and financial benefits. • Social: Works Progress seeks to create and participate in a thriving local community. • Environment: As a neighborhood business, we help reduce your commute, share resources, recycle, compost, and reuse materials whenever possible to reduce our environmental footprint as individuals and as a community. • Financial: We provide the practical workspace, tools for gaining knowledge, and a diverse community of professionals supporting the success of our members.
Inclusivity & Accessible Culture Works Progress seeks to ensure that everyone feels included, welcomed and a sense of belonging when they enter our workspace. No age, culture, race, gender, or perceived difference should hinder anyone from participating in our community.