Suzanne has been a part of the real estate industry for ten years and loves it! Prior to real estate, she worked as a community organizer and social worker for several non-profits throughout the Chicagoland area. It was her passion for connecting people to one another and to various community resources that attracted her to real estate.
She listens to her client’s needs. Because she understands that buying and/or selling a home can be daunting, she prides herself on guiding and assisting every step of the way. Her job is to make what can be an overwhelming process an easy one to understand, to provide the extensive resources available for making buying and selling as smooth as possible and to help people get the maximum return from their time and investment.
As many of her clients can tell you, she even makes it fun along the way!
After growing up on the Northshore and then spending 20 years living in various neighborhoods in Chicago, Suzanne recently moved back to the Northshore with her husband and two children.
Upon graduation from the University of Wisconsin with a BA in Social work, she received her Master’s degree in Social Work from Jane Addams College of Social Work at the University of Illinois- Chicago.
Suzanne’s top 10 favorite things to do in the Chicago area: run along the lakefront, ride the Architectural Boat Tour, eat Root’s Pizza, take her kids to the Chicago Children’s Museum at Navy Pier, walk the Oak Park Tour of Frank Lloyd Wright studio/homes, picnic at Burnham Shores Park in Evanston, visit Lincoln Park Zoo, shop at Westfield Old Orchard, play volleyball at North Avenue Beach and stroll the Botanic Gardens!