My love of commercial real estate began in 1988 while attending the University of Georgia.  My major was marketing and I took an entry level commercial real estate course.  One of the large developers from Atlanta spoke to our class and I was hooked! The next day I changed my major to real estate.  Commercial real estate has always excited me.   Growing up in Atlanta I saw the transformation in the “Big 80s”.

After college I was lucky enough to land a job with the best bank in the world at that time – Barnett Bank.  My career began as an asset manager responsible for the disposition of bank owned properties. When NationsBank merged with Barnett Bank, I was involved in the largest sale of bank owned properties at that time.

After the merger with Bank of America and NationsBank, I worked in Economic Development at the Cornerstone Regional Development Partnership and was part of the team that enticed Fidelity National Financial and other large corporations to move their companies to Jacksonville. In this role, I was able to develop key relationships with top city officials and business community leaders.

In 2013, I joined Cushman & Wakefield after starting my brokerage career with Trammell Crow in 2003.  I am still mystified by the art of the deal and get goose-bumps when I complete a transaction!

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