It had always been a dream of mine to work in a role where I could be helpful to others and improve people’s lives. Prior to my introduction to New Venture Escrow, I had obtained a degree from SDSU in finance and an MBA in healthcare administration. I am no stranger to hard work, and I managed to excel in my studies and hold employment as a bartender and server while simultaneously working in the real estate industry specializing in foreclosure properties.
In 2013, Vice President of Sales Courtney Louis shared an incredible experience with me when she introduced me to the eclectic office culture and friendly environment that New Venture Escrow embodied. I knew this was a company that truly valued diversity, creativity and service to others. Though I had wanted to pursue a career path that would one day make me the CFO of a hospital, I felt strongly that New Venture Escrow was where I belonged and I began my journey with the company right then and there.
Since the beginning of my time at New Venture Escrow, I have grown in ways that I never thought possible. I have dedicated my life to service real estate agents, buyers, and sellers and have since become one of the most successful and esteemed account executives at the company. I know that New Venture Escrow is where I belong and I am so fortunate to be a part of an innovative, cutting-edge and client focused movement.
If there is one thing I have learned in business today, it is that my network is my net worth. It is now and will continue to be my number one goal to add as much value as I can to the lives and businesses of my clients.
I was born in Mexicali, Baja California, Mexico, and was raised in El Centro, a small farming town in the Imperial Valley, about 90 miles east of San Diego. I was raised in a lower-middle-class single parent home along with my older brother by a very strong woman, who would mold me into the person I am today.
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