I was born and raised in California. I got a young start in the real estate industry, starting at my first real estate office at approximately 10 years old. My family owned a real estate company on the Central Coast; my grandfather was a broker, my grandmother and mother were both real estate agents. By the time I was in high school my grandparents retired and sold the company and I headed in a different career path. After graduating from Ernest Righetti High School in Santa Maria, I attended Allan Hancock Junior College for 2 ½ years majoring in criminal justice. I transferred to University of Nevada, Las Vegas with the same major. After a semester, I entered the Military Intelligence Division of the United States Air Force where I became a Korean Linguist. I went to the Defense Language Institute in Monterey, California in which I graduated with the Commandant's Award from the intensive 63 week Korean Language Program. While in the military, I graduated with a Bachelor's Degree in Psychology and World Language Magna Cum Laude from Excelsior College formerly known as Regent's College.
After proudly serving my country, I returned briefly to the Central Coast before moving to the San Fernando Valley. Once there, I couldn't stay away from the real estate industry for long. I began working for The Brad Korb Real Estate Group in July of 2002 as an escrow assistant. I obtained my real estate license in October of the same year and began working as a buyer's agent on Brad's team. I then took over the Escrow Department in January of 2003 and shortly after I became sales manager. Currently, I hold a Broker's License and run the Escrow Department, handle the REO/Foreclosure division and am office manager. I enjoy working on all aspects and areas of this office and would not work anywhere else. I absolutely LOVE being a member of The Brad Korb Real Estate Group and look forward to many more successful years!!