A lifetime member of The Masters Club, Wendy holds the prestigious Graduate Real Estate Institute designation as well as Maryland Brokers and Associate Brokers licenses. She started working in real estate in her early teens as a part-time admin after school, and went on to become the Vice President of Sales for the New Homes Division of a successful home builder for 15 years.
Wendy increased her sales volume by 30% even when the market crashed, which is quite a testament to her sales savvy. She is a strong closer with a full understanding of the complexity of real estate purchases, appraisals, financing, sales and investments. Her negotiating skills are sought by clients thru-ought the region as they know she will help them achieve their desired results.
With great compassion for others, Wendy loves helping people. She has had the pleasure of working with many clients who have high-security clearances, U.S. Military, NSA, FBI, Secret Service, Pentagon and White House Officials, numerous law enforcement officers, and many others. Her clients appreciate the "Continuous Concierge Service and Confidentiality" she gives them, and the results she helps them achieve.
Wendy specializes in all facets of real estate in Anne Arundel County, from existing and new home sales to land acquisitions and investment properties. She is active in her community where she enjoys volunteering and giving back. An animal lover who's particularly gifted with dogs, Wendy a co-founder of Chesapeake K-9 Fund, which raises money for law enforcement K-9's and their needs. She also likes traveling with her family, the beach, and special times with her friends and her daughter. Her love and compassion for animals compliments her respect and recognition of the needs of law enforcement agencies. Wendy's dedication to her community and her clients gives her the constant drive to take action to promote safety and awareness
After leaving CNMC in 2009 she worked as administrative coordinator in the patient care services department at University of Maryland Medical Center then moving on to administrative coordinator positions at University of Maryland Midtown Campus (formerly Maryland General Hospital) in the departments of Quality Improvement & Risk Management and Inpatient Psychiatry.
After years of commuting into the District of Columbia and Baltimore Stephanie left the corporate healthcare industry and is currently the mid-atlantic recovery supervisor for a nationally known vessel recovery company with an office in Annapolis, MD.
Hailing from Ellicott City, MD, Stephanie landed in Annapolis, MD in 2003 and considers this her home. She is currently the events coordinator for The Maritime Republic of Eastport and brings with her great knowledge of event planning within the City. She is also the daughter of a retired Maryland State Trooper who served from 1965-1985 and was the MSP spokesman from 1980-1985 before his retirement. During the football season, Stephanie can be found at M&T Bank Stadium as a club level concierge assisting fans on game day and cheering on the Baltimore Ravens. When not working or volunteering, she can be found spending time with her beloved Jack Russell Terrier, Oscar.