I’m not novel in saying I truly love Fort Worth. But it wasn’t always the case. After growing up here as a 4th generation resident, I couldn’t wait to leave when I graduated from Paschal high school. In fact, my junior year of high school was spent in Norway, and my junior year of college I swapped the heat of Denton, TX for a cold and rainy Glasgow, Scotland for a second year abroad. I’ve had wanderlust my whole life, and spent significant time in many other places, including Chicago, Washington state, and Austin, before Fort Worth started calling me home.
I’ve had a career filled with corporate tech jobs. The pandemic sent all of us IT workers home to work remotely, and I discovered how much I missed working with people. The shift to real estate was a natural one for me, growing up the daughter of a local architect, and the great-granddaughter of a great civic leader in this town, Bruce Shulkey. I couldn’t think of a better way to spend my days than helping the people of Fort Worth with one of the most significant transactions of their lives.