I travelled to the Bulkley Valley in 1993 and was enamoured by the fragrance of the cold mountain air and the rosy cheeks of boot-wearing neighbours nodding "hello" to one another. This memory of small-town friendliness lingered in my memory for years. In 2004, a fresh opportunity came up and Smithers became my new family home. I'm grateful that my four talented and beautiful children could be raised here, enjoying the rugged beauty of the area while hiking, picnicking and camping together as a family. We've enjoyed a life full of music and sport, being graced by the talent and expertise of those who work and volunteer here. In my spare time, I'm often found outside walking the trails, working on my book or supporting fellow women over the steam of a strong cup of coffee. Having just purchased a home recently, I hope to keep Smithers as my children's landing place for many years to come.
My dad took up real estate when I entered high-school which ushered me into a new world of dinnertime conversation about the economy and the Canadian real estate market. These tidbits were interesting to me and so at the age of 19, I worked part-time as his office assistant until Brazil was calling my name. That office experience whetted my appetite for sales; I enjoyed the fast pace of the industry together with matching people's wish-lists with actual properties. Here I am again- a few decades later, doing the very same and loving it! I work hard with our team to get properties marketed well, to respond to clients in an honest and timely manner, and to help families and investors find what they are searching for. As the office assistant, I do my utmost to help things run smoothly and efficiently with the hopes of providing a positive and memorable buying/selling experience.