"The informality of family life is a blessed condition that allows us all to become our best while looking our worst."
A lifetime resident of Clark County, Steph grew up enjoying all that the Pacific Northwest has to offer. Camping in the Mountains, day trips to the beach, playing sports and participating in community programs like Girl Scouts and Key Club. After Graduating from Battle Ground High School, Steph went on to earn her Associates Degree from Clark College.
Early in her career, she worked as a Director and Billing Specialist for a local child care consortium. After taking a few years off to stay home with her young children, she discovered her passion for Real Estate working as an Assistant for a top Producing Windermere Agent. Learning about the world of real estate, the market, negotiation and selling strategies was very exciting for Steph, so she decided to advance her career and join the Windermere Metro team as an Agent.
Having bought and sold real estate herself, Steph understands the home buying and selling process can be difficult and she does everything in her power to make the process as stress-free as possible for her clients.
In her free time, she enjoys taking her children camping, hiking and to local attractions like OMSI and the Oregon Zoo. She also enjoys spending time with her friends and family, going to BBQs, wine tasting, concerts, comedy shows and more.
"It takes hands to build a house,
but only hearts can build a home”
Dysautonomia is a general term used to describe any disorder of the autonomic nervous system, (the part of the nervous system that regulates functions that happen automatically, like heart rate, BP regulation, digestion, etc.).
Steph has Dysautonomia, including postural orthostatic tachycardia syndrome (POTs), but she doesn't let it slow her down! Like many people living with health conditions, she has found a balance and has been able to pursue this exciting career in Real Estate and raise two incredible children in spite of her health challenges.