Julie is a dedicated, full time real estate professional known for exceptional personal service. Having grown up in nearby Westchester, she moved her family to Greenwich 13 years ago to take advantage of the myriad educational, recreational, and professional opportunities offered by this unique cosmopolitan, yet close knit, community.
Involved in many of the wonderful organizations that call Greenwich home, she is a member of the Board of Directors of the Greenwich Land Trust. Additionally, Julie is a member of the Board of the Greenwich Academy Parents Association, a volunteer with the Brunswick School Parents’ Association, and an enthusiastic coach of a Greenwich girls’ travel lacrosse team. She has also been a coach for Greenwich Youth Lacrosse, an active volunteer for the Putnam Indian Field School, and the Co-Chair of the Jr. Skating Friends of the Boys & Girls Club of Greenwich.
Julie’s three children have attended four different schools over their years in Greenwich, and have participated in countless athletic and artistic endeavors. Her detailed knowledge of the variety of school offerings, athletics programs, and dance, theatre and music lessons offered make her a valuable resource for families new to town. Julie’s genuine love of Greenwich and intimate knowledge of the diversity that it provides, from the small beach town feel of Old Greenwich to the waterfront mansions of Field Point Circle or the grand estates of backcountry, ensure that her client’s needs will be met quickly.
A graduate of Convent of the Sacred Heart in Greenwich, and Dartmouth College, she also studied public health and business administration at NYU’s Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service. Her prior professional experience is in development and public relations for a regional hospital, and she has extensive experience, in both professional and volunteer capacities, in events management.