My family has been in some aspect of real estate development, design, or sales for generations both in Nashville and in West Tennessee, and I thought it would be a great way for me to excel in a career and enjoy some freedom in my profession that would also ensure I was there for my daughter.
What would people be most surprised to know about you?
People would be most surprised to know that I skateboard and that l used to rock climb.
What one activity makes you lose track of time?
Being at the barn where my daughter, Claire, boards and rides her horse.
What is the best advice you ever received?
As pertains to my career, Norma Gann, a fellow realtor here in Clarksville told me, “Don’t let Real Estate ruin or own your life!” As far as advice in my life, it has always been something my daddy told me: “Keep God at the center of your relationships and you may stand a chance of keeping them!”
What advice would you give to someone just moving to Clarksville?
Find a church home or spiritual entity so that you can immediately have a family here. We are a city of serious heroes, and they leave us every day. Because of that, it’s important to wrap our arms around their loved ones and give them the strength and support they need to endure those times of separation.
What was your first job?
My first job was selling clothes in a boutique store.
What is your guilty pleasure?
Sweets, particularly chocolate!
What was your last Google search?
I was on the hunt for my transaction desk.
What motto do you live by?
“We don’t meet friends. We recognize them.”
Who has influenced your career the most?
My mother, Gerry Hammer (my Coldwell Banker Conroy, Marable & Holleman “Mother”), and Sheila Runyon (my Keller Williams “Mother”)
What is on your bucket list?
I don’t have anything specific, but traveling the world and going to live music events are definitely on my list.
What is the most adventurous thing you’ve ever done?