Amy specializes in helping people relocate to Virginia’s horse and wine country, working with all price points and home styles, as she relocated with her family from McLean to Middleburg almost a decade ago. Amy believes in providing her clients exceptional customer service, timely responsiveness, and advocating for her client’s interests throughout the buying and selling process.
Amy looks forward to working with you and helping you locate, negotiate and purchase the property you want. If you are ready to sell your home and move on to your next life experience, Amy can provide targeted marketing and sophisticated advertising of your property via Sotheby’s International Realty’s well respected and high profile media partners so your property can reach a diverse and global international audience of buyers.
Amy grew up on Long Island and moved to Old Town Alexandria in 2003. She has lived in various parts of the country including New York, the Boston suburbs, the outskirts of Boulder Colorado, and Texas.
Amy’s past work experience includes working as a special education and bilingual teacher in public schools, cooking in the pastry kitchens at Le Cirque in the New York Palace Hotel (now Lotte), working in various capacities for the James Beard Foundation special events in Manhattan and The Hamptons, and assisting with researching and writing medical grants. Amy holds degrees from Baylor University (Waco, Texas) and The Institute of Culinary Education (Manhattan, New York). Amy’s volunteer experience includes fundraising for the Leukemia and Lymphoma Society and volunteering for Autism Speaks, The Autism Research Institute and The Autism Community in Action.