I grew up in a small, rural community on the western slope of Colorado and moved to Durango in 2006 to attend Fort Lewis College. Upon graduation, I found that I loved this area far too much to leave. Our friendly, outgoing community reminds me of the laid-back small town I was raised in, but the frequent city events and active residents make Durango feel vibrant and alive. As an outdoor enthusiast, Durango’s proximity to a variety of recreational areas is unbeatable, and is ultimately the reason I’ve chosen to root myself in the San Juans. I am an avid mountain biker and also enjoy camping, hiking and backpacking, and Nordic skiing. I am an active member of the Durango cycling community and have coached for Durango Devo (a local non-profit organization that works to promote mountain biking among youth) for several years. I am an advocate for being an active voice and contributing member of your community, and as such I am dedicated to volunteering my time through local organizations like Big Brothers Big Sisters and La Plata HomesFund. I live in downtown Durango with my husband, Eric, and far too many bicycles.
I joined the Durango Coldwell Banker team in the winter of 2014. I love the fast paced environment real estate offers, and I am committed to working hard for my clients. I greatly enjoy the continuing education aspect of real estate, so I am frequently enrolling in classes that teach a variety of subject matters. I am detail oriented and organized, so the paperwork side of the business indulges these skills, but ultimately I am an agent because I love working with people and enjoy sharing that excitement of buying and selling with my clients.