Having been raised in a family of investors and interior designers, the real estate industry has always felt like home to Jackie. Growing up, dinner conversations typically revolved around property aesthetics and valuations, and it was not at all uncommon for a renovation project to turn into a family affair. After graduating from Appalachian State University, Jackie put her degree in Textiles to use as an interior designer, a role she thrived in due to her staging and finishing expertise.
In 2004, Jackie officially launched her real estate career, combining her passion for transforming spaces with unparalleled local insight and business acumen. Thanks to her unique experience navigating construction projects, Jackie seamlessly guides her clients through the renovation process, always ensuring that she brings their distinct vision to life. As a seller’s advocate, Jackie empowers her clients to stage their homes in ways that yield the maximum return on investment.
Jackie has lived in Washington, DC on Capitol Hill for more than 20 years. When she isn't selling houses, she loves spending time with her family, volunteering in her community, writing her blog, Row House Refuge, and taking advantage of the beauty and culture of the city she calls home.