Growing up with my father in the Marine Corps, my family moved about every two years. This experience taught me to quickly make friends and learn as much as possible about my new home so I could enjoy it more. This upbringing prepared me for real estate because I can talk to anyone about anything.
Along with a 15-year real estate background, my husband and I, a local custom home builder, own Kessler Construction. We are raising our son and daughter here on the charming Central Coast. We all love to hike, bike, ride horses, and walk around this stunning county often heading to the many farmer’s markets to buy farm-grown foods. Our family also enjoys hosting exchange students, playing music in our church band, and entertaining in our Victorian-style home we built together. Travel has taken the us to Africa, Haiti, Europe, Canada, and Mexico–often on mission trips as aid workers.
I am happiest when I am working along side my family and friends in service to the community and the fascinating people that I have met in my travels. I also feel very blessed to play music with my husband and kids and anyone else who wants to jam with me on the bass guitar.
My most interesting job is my current position as manager of over 40 real estate agents. I never know what I will be asked to do, and I am always learning new things while utilizing my experience to teach others.
If I were not in real estate, I would be a full-time missionary/aid worker. My greatest achievement to date is installing water purification systems in Africa. I would love to go on a mission trip to Peru. I would like to help as many people as possible to find a better quality of life spiritually and physically.
My life motto is “Commit to the Lord whatever you do, and your plans will succeed.” (Proverbs 16:3)