Where I belong.
Having the privilege to create new bonds and make life-long relationships with others can’t be called “work” for me. I’m doing something I was born to do- building friendships wherever I go and being the mediator along the way. I grew up in Ketchikan, Alaska, but NW Montana has been in my blood. My great-grandparents homesteaded in the Swan and four generations of my family have spent their lives here. With a Bachelor’s of Agricultural Science from Oregon State University, I headed to where I knew I belonged. As a research tech for Montana State University I got to know the local farmers in the valley- doing studies on many of their fields. I started my profession as a Real Estate Agent originally, because it gave me the flexibility to be home with my son. Since then, I’ve fallen even more in love with the land and that flexible job I needed has become my passion and my calling. I’m filled with so much joy assisting others find their slice of this majestic Montana landscape-taking pride in making the process comforting, relaxed, informed and fun! On my “downtime” I love to make wall art with sea glass that I have gathered from the beaches in my hometown, as well as play on community volleyball teams!