Locally born and raised in Northwest Louisiana, taking pride to building a better community is in my blood. What better way to bring forth a better community than creating home ownership dreams, all while giving back to our local children ?
I acquired my Real Estate license in 2009 before graduating from LSUS in 2010 with a BA in Mass Communications with a concentration in Public Relations. In 2018, I acquired my Real Estate Broker's license I bring years of experience, knowledge, and education to provide my clients top notch service.
Growing up in a small town, I strive to utilize my tight-knit sense of community to get to know my clients on a personal level to assist them in finding the home of their dreams. Whether it's helping first time home buyers receive the keys to their new home, empty nesters downsizing and staring a new chapter of their lives, a growing family finding a home to create more memories in, or active duty military personnel trying to find a home in a new place - my goal is to help you achieve your goals.
Protecting my clients throughout the home buying and selling process is my number one priority. For me, it is critical that my clients know their Real Estate needs are met accurately and ethically.
I am passionate about being an advocate for Children's Miracle Network Hospitals, as well as being a Realtor. For every home that I sell, I make a donation to our local Children's Miracle Network hospital in my client's honor. These homes are considered Miracle Homes. I was named the 2018 and 2019 Miracle Agent of the Year for RE/MAX of Louisiana. There has been no bigger honor for me than achieving this title. I work directly with our local Children's Miracle Network Hospital, Christus Health, in order to help our local children. All donations made stay directly here with our local children and are distributed to 17 programs for children.
If you are looking a Real Estate agent that cares for you and our local community, hire me. Together we can achieve your Real Estate goals while changing the lives of children in our community.