Angela has called Chicago home since 2011, and holds a degree in Fine Arts with an emphasis in Architecture History from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. After graduating, Angela went on to work as the Director of Communications for a local nonprofit that equips Chicago homeowners with resources to maintain and preserve their vintage homes. Through this work, Angela has come to understand the needs and concerns of homeowners, and developed a deeper knowledge of Chicago’s various historic architecture and building styles.
What stands out about Angela is her effective marketing and communication skills, thanks to her professional background in communications. She also comes to real estate with a knack for the area’s vintage home styles, and an appreciation for both the dedication and struggles of homeowners. She understands that buying and selling a home can feel like a daunting process, and works diligently to ensure a stress-free transaction. She is an advocate and a resource for her clients, drawing on her expertise in the Chicagoland market to help them achieve their real estate goals. Whether you’re on the hunt for a single-family home or the perfect vintage property, Angela is here to help!
In her free time, Angela loves to explore all of the diverse cuisines Chicago’s neighborhoods have to offer. She also flexes her creative muscles making handwoven guitar straps for local musicians whenever time will allow. Angela believes in giving back to her community, and serves on the Associate Board of My Block, My Hood, My City, a nonprofit that serves Chicago's underprivileged youth by opening them up to opportunities that make a difference in their lives.