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"Real estate transactions are not an everyday event most of us and therefore finding the best agent possible is paramount. Mary Anne Meyer is that agent. She's extremely knowledgeable, a long time local who knows the area intimately, is fun and easy to work with and goes the extra mile to see a transaction to its completion"Aspen Buyer/Seller

"We were looking to purchase a home in the Valley and were lucky enough to have met Mary Anne through a mutual friend. She was patient with us every step of the way. Mary Anne made us feel like we were her clients and her top priority through the entire process. Mary Anne's vast knowledge of the real estate industry and the community, coupled with her dedication to her clients, made our home-buying experience a pleasure. We have a beautiful new home and have made a wonderful friend in the process"Dr. Z and Kelly, Carbondale


The Colorado College - Master’s Degree - Southwest Studies


The Forest Conservancy - 11 Year Volunteer Ranger and past Board Member

The Aspen Buddy Program - 10 Year Mentor

Asistencia para Latinos - Past Board Member

Past Head usher - Wheeler Opera

Aspen Historical Society - Past President

Aspen Board of Realtors - Past President
About Mary Anne
Mary Anne Meyer has 48 years of business and education experience in Aspen and the Roaring Fork Valley. Awarded for exceptional sales volume, she is the past President of the Aspen Board of Realtors. As in small towns, one’s reputation speaks for itself. Her reputation says that she takes care of her clients, works well with other real estate brokers, and makes sales happen. During the early 1990's, her Aspen career was in the ski industry where she served as official organizer of the World Cup in Aspen. She was also Executive Director of the Aspen Winter Club. Today it is the Aspen Valley Ski and Snowboard Club. Mary Anne has had a successful career as a Colorado teacher at both Glenwood Springs High School and Aspen Middle School, where her focus was Literature, both classic and contemporary, Language Arts and Outdoor Education. She organized and implemented archaeological expeditions and Native American student exchanges. The Colorado state board of education named her Colorado Exemplary Teacher. She is a past member of the Aspen Education Foundation and of the neighboring Basalt Education Foundation, where she co-chaired Major Colin Powell’s America’s Promise satellite seminar. In her spare time,  Mary Anne serves as a member of the Aspen Institute Conferences Services team.