What is your most memorable NYC moment?
My most memorable moment is sledding through Central Park and making a snowman with my sons after one of the season's biggest snowstorms.
What is your favorite Manhattan neighborhood? Why?
I love the Upper East Side. In the mornings, I see parents walking their children to school on every corner. During the day, I enjoy the shopping away from tourist traffic and the easy access to all that Central Park has to offer. In the evenings I take part in spending time with my family in a peaceful ne
ighborhood setting--something that can be a rarity in Manhattan.
Why did you choose to pursue a career as a New York real estate professional? What is your favorite part of the job?
After a long career on Wall Street, I wanted to take my sales and finance experience and apply it to a field where the product is something I can see, feel and experience, rather than just abstract financial products. I love working with people and helping them with the important decisions that are impactful to their life in the city. I enjoy the challenge of helping them navigate through problems that arise and creatively help them get to their goal.
What is your greatest motivator?
I always aim to do the best I can, and I strive to provide the best possible experience and service to my clients. There is nothing more motivating than hearing the final response from a client saying the feel I took care of them every step of the way.
What are your greatest passions?
My passion is to help people and knowing that my service made a difference in their lives and in the life of their families.
If you could invite anyone to a dinner party, whom would you invite?
I would invite Barbara Corcoran, because she is a successful business woman who is innovative, smart and genuine--all qualities I respect very much. She is a good model to follow.
If you had only one day left in NYC, how would you spend it?
I would spend it in the oasis of Central Park, making sure I touched every corner from end to end. It is my favorite place in New York.