Looking for a new home can be a daunting task to most people, but for Andrea it has become a vocation. Having had the good fortune to have lived in such cities such as Chicago, Montreal, London, Los Angeles, New York and now Nashville, Andrea has the experience of finding homes behind many types of doors: 19th Century Brownstones, Converted Warehouses, Co-ops, Apartments, Craftsmen Homes, Cedar-Shingled Colonial Suburban Houses & Mid-Century Ranches. After years of privately buying, renovating and selling with her builder husband, it was no surprise that Andrea decided to "go public" and help others to find the right door behind which a person can call home.
"Everyone has different needs at different stages of their lives and I can channel those needs into the right space because Nashville offers such a variety of living accommodations," she says. "Nashville is the best of all worlds for someone like me who wants a quality of life without giving up the buzz of Urban Culture."
Andrea actively participates in a range of non-profit organizations that support Nashville's Metro Public Schools, The Ronald McDonald House, Nashville, and is a founding member of Chic Awearness, an Ovarian Cancer research funding initiative in Middle Tennessee. Andrea co-chaired annual fundraising events for St Bernard Academy several years running and the Annual Father Ryan Legacy Gala. She raises money for Sloan-Kettering Hospital in New York through the Swim Across America annual events & proudly supports the Food Allergy Research & Education organization.