To remain connected to and grounded in our community, I often seek out opportunities to help those around me in any way that I can. Whether it is supporting community groups or getting involved with local non-profits, I am first to lend a hand to collectively help the greater good.
I was previously involved in a service operation through the International Interior Design Association that provided facility room updates and redesigns for U.S. Veterans. I personally was able to design and sponsor a healing room for Veterans and worked alongside dozens of volunteers to create the space in one day.
This previous volunteer project experience led me to find a local organization known as the Valors Veterans Community
. This group is centered around a mission to provide assistance and resources for our local Veterans. I personally am able to offer up my interior design skills and expertise to these heroes by decorating their homes and creating functional environments that maximize their day-to-day wellbeing.
Additionally, I will be helping out Veterans who seek a new career in real estate by establishing a local scholarship and providing mentorship through their transition. My ultimate goal is to use my background in design and real estate as well as my certification as a Military Relocation Professional to build a community of homes that aim to help Veterans transition successfully back into everyday life.