Just like many Canadians, the major part of my childhood was spent travelling around Edmonton playing sports and socializing. Whether I was playing hockey in freezing rinks at ridiculous times during the cold winter months or playing on many football fields during the warm summers, I was certainly keeping myself busy. Playing competitive sports made it hard for me to balance both my personal life and my education but it did teach me a lot about being a team player and about being loyal. This is something I proudly apply to all my real estate transactions and interactions. Fortunately, I did end up persuing a post-secondary education at the University of Laval in Architecture and Urban Design and at the University of Alberta in BioPsychology. That is where I worked in a lab learning about the ways animals and humans both use “Spatial Cognition” to properly interpret visual cues found in the environment. Loved the work and research, but it became stagnant very quickly so that’s when I reached out to real estate.
On top of the basic Real Estate Course that every realtor needs to take in order to become a professional, I made sure to educate myself with lots of practical experience, amazing well established Real Estate Mentors and tons of extra education. I’ve taken many courses at the Real Estate Association (RAE) to further my knowledge in this ever changing profession while also becoming a full time commercial real estate member with the board in Edmonton. I am also an Accredited Commercial Professional (ACP) with Remax Commercial so I am certified to work as a residential/commercial realtor in Alberta.