Born and raised in Little Rock, Jennifer is a lifelong Arkansan with strong family ties in the area. Having graduated from University of Arkansas Little Rock (UALR) in Business Management, Jennifer spent the first 10 years of her career as an office manager with a local law firm. In 2006, her husband had a fantastic opportunity with FedEx, which meant a move for the family to Collierville, Tennessee. While there, Jennifer acquired certifications in Behavior Management and began working with special needs children in the Collierville School District and in sales in the golf industry. Several years later, when she and her family returned to Little Rock to be closer to family, Jennifer embraced her affinity for Business Management through positions as an office manager in the golf industry then later in Construction Management and most recently in residential real estate.
Jennifer’s skill sets are diverse and finely honed. With years of experience with accounting, construction project management, process creation, scheduling, organizing and relationship building, stepping into the role of director of Operations for Capital Sotheby’s International Realty was a natural transition. “I have loved being affiliated with this agency and team. It is exciting and energizing to provide support to our agency and be involved in the building of the very processes that enable the agents to deliver unparalleled experiences and real estate outcomes to their clients with the incredible platforms and tools we are able to utilize inside the Sotheby’s International Realty network,” Jennifer explained. “Our culture is vibrant, collaborative, positive, abundant, growth-minded, and hospitality-focused. And it is just a fun, exciting, and inviting place to be!”
Jennifer and her husband, John, love to spend all their free time with family, especially their 2 college aged children, siblings and nine nieces and nephews. Together, they love scuba diving, travel, snow skiing, and always beach time in Florida.
“What you get by achieving your goals is not as important as who you become by achieving your goals.” – Henry David Thoreau