Anne has lived in Brighton since 2014 with her husband, Don, and two children, Molly and Colton, after relocating from Pickering. Originally from Toronto, Anne graduated from Branksome Hall School before obtaining her B.A. in Political Sciences from Glendon College at York University in 2001.
Spending nearly 20 years working with the Toronto Port Authority in operations, administration and ultimately management, Anne has many years of experience developing and maintaining client relationships. While with the TPA, Anne was also active with the CUPE Local 416 sub-unit as a Steward and later Unit Chair, where she discovered a love of negotiations and social justice.
While not pursuing her career in real estate, Anne spends time with her family attending her children's various activities and competitions, researching her family tree, volunteering in the public schools, and exploring the sights and events in this beautiful community.
Anne has also been a member of 100 Women Who Care-Brighton since its inception.
Anne looks forward to "Raising the Bar" in real estate by providing a high level of discretion, integrity and personal service to her clients and the public while further deepening her community roots.