“My real estate expertise is informed by my corporate and small business background. I’m a creative problem solver with a cool head and well-developed negotiating skills, and my clients always have top priority.”
I have been a resident of the beautiful community of Princeton for almost 30 years. Originally from the Pacific Northwest, I grew up climbing mountains in the summer and skiing in the winter. I still rise at dawn most days to row, swim or run.
My diverse background has provided me with insight across numerous industries. After receiving my BA in economics from the University of Washington in Seattle, I pursued a career in publishing, working for Bon Appetit, Architectural Digest and GEO in Los Angeles, and The Wall Street Journal in Princeton.
An avid cook, I pursued culinary school in New York City and graduated with a Blue Ribbon degree (highest honors) in Culinary Arts. I later co-founded Twin Hens, Inc., a nationally distributed artisan line of frozen chicken potpies found in such stores as Whole Foods and Dean & DeLuca.
My real estate expertise is informed by my corporate and small business background. I’m a creative problem solver with a cool head and well-developed negotiating skills, and my clients always have top priority.
Community involvement is an important aspect of my life. I’ve been a member of Trinity Church since moving to Princeton, serving on the Vestry (the governing board) and as Director of Youth Education. I am a past member of the Master Gardeners of Mercer County, I co-founded a community-based business networking group, Princeton Works, in 2012, and am an active supporter of the Princeton School Gardens Cooperative.
My son, Peter, attends Connecticut College where he studies chemistry and plays ice hockey. My husband Ken is a financial writer with Bank of America Merrill Lynch.