Agata comes to real estate from an academic and professional background in cognitive psychology and social science, and many years of leadership roles in volunteer work in schools and her community. These experiences have honed her strengths in listening to people, understanding their needs, focusing on details and delivering results. She is keen on supporting her clients as an effective strategist, and also as a passionate advocate. She enjoys serving as a guide to newcomers and helping people through their life transitions, such as starting a family or downsizing. She works tirelessly to exceed her clients' expectations. Having lived in seven different countries, transition processes are very familiar to Agata. She has called many places around the world "home," but the closest to her heart is Washington D.C., where she lives with her husband, two teenage daughters, and their dog. She is a proud owner of a historic Wardman townhouse in Woodley Park, which she loves to decorate and improve. She calls it her dream house. If you choose to embark on the adventure of finding a new home, she will support you throughout the process, always keep you informed, and serve as the steady guide along the path to your dream home. When you decide to close the door of your house for the last time, Agata will make sure that you will do it with gratitude for great memories and with the satisfaction having sold your home at great value. Agata speaks English, Polish, and Spanish, and is a member of World Bank Family Network. She enjoys spending time with family and friends, traveling, and outdoor activities.