I am a native North Carolinian and a graduate of Duke University and the Seton Hall University School of Law. I worked for the NC Legislature in Raleigh prior to joining the Foreign Service. I served overseas in Dubai and Bombay (now Mumbai) where I met my husband Firoze. We moved to Washington in 1997 and I began working at WC & AN Miller Realtors (now Long and Foster) in 2000. Firoze is a finance manager at Leidos in Washington, DC. My husband and I live in Brookland (NE DC) with ourcat Chipper. We have 17 nephews and nieces and from time to time one or another of them has lived in our basement. Most of them have worked on Capitol Hill. We are avid fans of Duke basketball and the Atlanta Braves (Chipper is named for the Braves' retired third baseman). We also love theater and opera. We really enjoy traveling. Our last overseas trip was to England in August 2018. We frequently visit NC to see friends and family. I love to cook and I knit and read. During the Pandemic I took ukulele lessons and began playing the piano again. I correspond with several people who are shut-ins or ill or who just like getting letters. I belong to the Woman's Club of Chevy Chase (WCCC). My husband and I belong to the United Nations Association of the National Capitol Area and the DC League of Women Voters. We belong to the Arts Club of Washington where I am on the Board and the University Club. We are former board members of DC chapter of the English Speaking Union. We attend Christ Church Georgetown where I am on the Altar Guild.
Specialties and Designations
Investment Property, Works With First Time Home Buyers, Specializes in Relocations, Rentals, Resale Residential, Suburban Living, Condominiums, Urban Living CRS, SRES
Bright and sunny second floor apartment in large house. Recently remodeled. Just painted and professionally cleaned. Large kitchen, living room, two beds, two baths. Large attic for storage. Hardwood floors. Water included in rent. Very convenient location, close to Takoma Park and Silver Spring. House exterior will be painted in the spring when weather permits.