CW: When did you decide to go into the business you are in?
“I actually decided I wanted to be in real estate back in college. I was an assistant for a Realtor and I enjoyed it. I decided to use my degree in early childhood education instead and pursued teaching. Here I am, 15-ish years later!”
CW: If you could have dinner with anyone (alive or passed away), who would it be and why?
“I’d love to have dinner with my best friend from childhood, Jenni Caldwell Sharpe. She was diagnosed with cancer a few years ago and sadly is no longer with us. She was an amazing woman.”
CW: Tell us about your family.
“My husband, Kenneth (Kenny to most people) is an attorney, and he does mostly personal injury cases. He went to the College of Charleston in 2001 and fell in love with Charleston. We have a daughter named Poppy. We, like most parents do, think she’s the sweetest baby girl. She’ll even make some real estate appearances every now and then! I can’t leave out our other two “children:” Caly, a 10-year-old Boykin spaniel and Kevin, a 2-year-old cavapoo. I also have the sweetest Mama and Daddy. They met on a blind date here in Charleston. And I have two older sisters. They’re my best friends.”