[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]Q: What brought you to Pinal County; how long have you been here?
A: I am born and raised here in Casa Grande. So, I have been in Pinal County all my life.
Q: What is the greatest reward of your job?
A: The greatest reward of my job is being able to hand keys over to buyers who have worked tremendously hard to fulfill that American dream of owning a home. On the flip side, getting sellers the return on investment they hoped for, if not more, is always rewarding.
Q: Where would you like to vacation next and why?
A: Oh goodness! If domestic, I’d love to do a back East tour (Washington, D.C., Boston, Philly, Cape Cod, New York, the Hamptons). If international, I’d love to travel to Greece (Athens and Santorini).
Q: What is the last book you read; what did you enjoy about it most?
A: The last book I read was “For Such a Time as This: My Faith Journey through the White House and Beyond” by Kayleigh McEnany. I enjoyed hearing her journey as the White House press secretary during the Trump administration as well as her journey with faith, as a new mother, and navigating unknown times with the pandemic. It was a true testament to believing in yourself, your journey and following your dreams.
Q: What is your favorite Pinal County activity?
A: Well, that is a hard one! We really love the Gourd Festival at the Wuertz Gourd Farm that they do annually. As well as the Pinal County Fair and O’odham Tash “Cowboy and Indian Days” they hold annually. We love the Indian fry bread stands and will wait as long as it takes for the Indian tacos with awesome salsa and a honey and powdered sugar one for dessert.