Salmon Arm, British Columbia
Salmon Arm has always been home. Growing up on a small farm in the area and being part of the local equestrian circuit, I learned at a very young age the value of hard work.
I took this work ethic into my education, receiving my business degree from the University of British Columbia, Okanagan, as well as a Tourism Management Diploma from Capilano University. This led me to a 10-year chapter working for our local Credit Union, focusing on finances and mortgage lending.
Here, I was able to work directly with the amazing people of our community. I developed an enthusiasm for partnering with people and helping them with their financing needs. A mortgage plays such a huge part in our overall financial picture, and it is so satisfying to help my clients find the solution that fits best for them.
In early 2022 I took the leap to self-employment, joining local mortgage broker Chad Eliason at Quantus.
As a broker, I now have access to the full spectrum of lending possibilities and can provide clients with expanded options and support. Community commitment and involvement, however; remain the thread running through it all.
But as is the rule in the Shuswap, it must not be all work and no play. When not at my desk, I can be found running about with my daughter and all her activities. We are so appreciative of family and friends and the village that is Salmon Arm.