After graduating from Pepperdine University in 1997 with a degree in Sports Marketing, Amy became the Travel and Events Director for America True, a San Francisco-based syndicate competing in the America’s Cup 2000. It was there in Auckland, New Zealand that she fell in love with events and decided upon her return to start her own event planning company, which she successfully ran for 14 years.
Always having a love of exquisite properties and a commitment to exceptional service, it was a natural transition to real estate. Amy brings with her a wealth of local knowledge, from the best schools, restaurants, wineries, and all the things this wonderful area has to offer. With attention to detail, Amy works tirelessly with her clients to position their property to the right sphere of potential buyers or to find the best property for their needs and ensure every transaction is as seamless as possible.
Amy lives in the Wine Country with her husband, daughter, and their rescue animals. Amy is actively involved with the Neigh Savers Foundation which transitions Off the Track Thoroughbred horses to second careers. She has been affiliated with this organization for several years and loves her role in helping these amazing athletes connect with their new homes and jobs. This has afforded Amy a unique entry into the close knit horse community throughout the Bay Area.