I strive to be a “straight-shooter” and to provide clients with both creative vision and also the realities that come with this market. My goal is to advise clients and ask questions in a way which guides them to the best solution for their needs.
My prior experiences in campaigns, government service, and government affairs have exposed me to the needs of both small business owners and corporations across a variety of industries.
During college I worked on multiple campaigns, interned for a Veterans Service Organization, along with internships in the United States House of Representatives and the United States Senate. Upon graduation, I worked as an analyst on a Presidential Campaign during the 2016 Election.
While in Washington, I served as a research analyst for two government affairs firms and the US Chamber of Commerce – all three serviced Fortune 500 Companies across a wide variety of industries. Most recently, I served as Deputy Communications and Policy Director on a Gubernatorial Campaign during Connecticut’s 2018 election.
My career in politics fostered numerous habits that are key to serving my real estate clients well -- a strong work ethic, attention to detail, problem-solving skills, timely product delivery, awareness for optics, and consensus building. As I continue my career in real estate, I hope to continue to serve clients with integrity and accountability.
Out of the office you can find me fly-fishing Connecticut’s rivers and streams.
Licensed In Connecticut
The George Washington University
B.A. Economics and Political Science