I moved to Columbia at the start of middle school from Northeast Missouri. I am a graduate of Hickman High School. My roots here in Columbia are very deep. My father worked for the University of Missouri athletics for 11 years and my mother was a long time educator and administrator for Columbia Public Schools. After High School I went on to play college golf at Quincy University where I studied criminology. I moved down to Southern California to pursue golf further. Once out west I started shaking hands and networking out on the golf course; from a couple of those handshakes I found my true passion in real estate.
I got my start in real estate on the investing side of the business. I was buying and flipping homes as well as turning them into Air B&B’s and rentals across the country. Missouri pulled me back home where I have since made my home base. I was motivated to get my real estate license because I love helping people. I consider myself a problem solver. That is my motto for real estate investing and I have carried that into being a realtor. I am a very hard worker, self-motivated, and driven individual. I consider my clients family and will always go above and beyond for their needs and wants.
When I am not in the office you will often find me out in the woods hunting or hiking; when the weather starts warming up I will often be out on the golf course, or out in my kayak floating down a river with my fishing pole.