About Me

If you are looking for a person that will settle for nothing less than complete and unwavering dedication to you as a client, you need look no farther. As a businesswoman that knows the value of responsible and competent service, will strive to give you the best service possible with a caring attitude that will make you feel comfortable from the beginning of our relationship.

Since I moved to Red Deer, I have grown to love this beautiful parkland region and plan to make this my permanent home. I have made many wonderful friends, both through my business and social groups that I belong to. I am very active with the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation as well as the Central Alberta Women's Emergency Shelter, making time to help others and try to stop the cycle of family violence. Through other volunteer activities for the Ronald MacDonald House, the Homeless Shelter, and Women's Outreach, I have found a wonderful supplement to my already busy real estate career. I was extremely honored to have been chosen from hundreds of applicants as one of thirteen "Agents For Change" with the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation and use this designation to brainstorm with other like minded agents and discover new and innovative ways to fundraise for the cause. When you buy or sell with me, a portion of my commission goes as a donation to the local women's shelter.
If there is anything I can do to help you during your real estate journey, it would be my pleasure to do so. I look forward to helping you find your new home or assist you in selling your present one.



“Reliable and competent service” is my motto you can be assured that you will receive nothing less than the best.



Master Sales Award

Presidents Gold

NAGAB Green Agent



Platinum Sales Award

Social Media Designation

Proud to be one of 15 special ‘Agents of Change’ selected from across Canada.  As a volunteer ambassador for the Royal LePage Shelter Foundation we are working to help “put abuse out of commission” for Canadian families.  http://www.royallepage.ca/shelter