My unique combination of skills and the jobs I have held in the past have made me a very effective advocate for my real estate clients these past 25 years.
I served with the United Nations Fund for Population Activities (UNFPA) in Lagos, Nigeria where I set up the public information division of the Basic Health Services Scheme of the Federal Ministry of Health (1980-81). In 1979 I was awarded a fellowship with the World Bank, to train in textbook publishing and production in New York. My academic credentials include a Master’s degree in Communication from the University of the Philippines. I hold a Bachelor of Arts degree, with majors in English and History.
I have combined my educational and global work experiences for my clients’ benefit, to be used when serving and assisting them by negotiating and upholding their interests. I am able to weave together valuable insights that only an international point of view, brought about by actual experience in the field, can produce–combined with my empathy and sensitivity.
I am a writer, a teacher, an effective negotiator, and a member of a visible minority. I have tackled personal issues of discrimination at work and I have made it my mission to be a voice for those who want to be heard. I have served all sectors of home buyers and sellers–from those entering the market for the first time, to those who want to invest their equity in profitable real estate portfolios, to seniors who have reached retirement age and want to enjoy the fruits of their real estate holdings.
I am a senior. And I know how hard it is to be one in a society that is increasingly youth driven.
I am ready to listen and serve. I am a proud Master Accredited Senior Agent.