When I was 18, I saved a 4 year old girl has been lost in the woods for 3 days. Handing her back to her emotional mother was the most satisfying thing I had ever done. From that point on I was hooked on the incredible high of helping others. It's my addiction. After graduating from VMI, I quickly realized it was virtually impossible to make the living I wanted in emergency medicine. I tried medical sales for some time but it didn't give me the satisfaction I craved to help others.
In 2005 I discovered the real estate industry. As a Loan Officer, I am able to help people realize the American Dream of home ownership, which itches my addiction. It's especially satisfying to help people who have given up on home ownership, having been told no repeatedly by banks and lenders. I have a unique talent in helping these people navigate the waters of mortgage lending and credit to then obtain the ultimate goal of getting their own keys to the castle. If you know people who are trying achieve this goal, send them my way, I can help.
I still volunteer with Maricopa County Search and Rescue through the Sheriff's office. We respond throughout the state to missing person emergencies. So that others may live.