Jaime is a native Michigander who fell in love with the nation’s capital and is proud to call it home. She's tried to leverage her law degree, professional coaching certification, education work, and a passion for real estate into one holistic package for her clients—finding the perfect home in a neighborhood that meets their needs. As a former AmeriCorps volunteer for Habitat for Humanity, where she helped build a 100 home neighborhood post Hurricane Andrew, she has a keen eye for a home’s potential and loves finding unique solutions to interesting homeowner challenges.
She first moved to Washington, DC, in 2000 to attend Georgetown Law School, graduating in 2003 and passing the NY Bar the same year. In the past two decades in DC, she's lived in Silver Spring, Adams Morgan, Bloomingdale, Columbia Heights, Petworth, and Takoma. She feels really strongly about social justice and equality issues and is a founding member of DMV’s Social Justice Task Force.
She genuinely loves her work, and a lot of her free time is spent on work-related research projects (it's sentences like this that explain why her car's license plate is "Wonk"). But if she's not working, she enjoys being politically engaged—election nights are her Super Bowl, and she walked down the aisle to The West Wing theme song. She loves traveling and has currently visited 48 US States and 23 Countries and counting. She's a very proud aunt to six nephews and five nieces and works hard to earn the distinction of being “fiercely loyal” to her closest friends and family. She lives in Takoma, DC, with her husband, Benjamin, an IT developer at the USDA, and their three rescue cats in a home they are currently renovating.
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