A real estate professional since 2002 Sam is passionate about making the industry better, through education with consumers regardless if you work with her or not, peer to peer sharing no matter what company you work for, or through her volunteer work as the 2014 Women's Council of Realtor's Chicago Chapter President and as the Game Day Operations Manager of the Chicago Force, a Women's Semi-Professional Tackle Football Team, (2013 National Champions), as well as an active member of the Chicago Association of Realtors Professional Standards Committee. You can follow Sam on facebook.com/askforsam to see what's she's up to at anytime.
A transplant to Chicago by way of Rochester, NY where she went to school at the Rochester Institute of Technology and Delaware where she grew up Sam lives in the West Loop and LOVES it. City living with tons of options and opportunities to explore is both daunting and thrilling. She loves to check out Chicago sports from the big teams to the depth of women's offerings like the WNBA's Chicago Sky, Chicago Force semi-pro women's tackle football, Windy City Rollers roller derby and even Northwestern's phenomenal lacrosse team. As an east coaster her sports heart is in field hockey, another great reason to head to Northwestern. She's not all about sports, however. She's been spotted at Chicago museums, ushering at the Goodman Theatre, exploring Chicago architecture, chowing down at the Taste of Chicago, volunteering at the Warrior Dash and playing at the dog beach to name just a few of her favorite things.
Sam is thrilled to be working at Dream Town Realty, a company that both compliments the team's not so inner geek and also supports the growth of the geek for the benefit of the team, the company and hopefully the industry.
Sam is passionate about technology both personally and professionally, her family - partner, Jen and chocolate lab, Afis - true crime stories (what she affectionately refers to as "murder and mayhem"), and helping others. As an example of helping others, commonly in real estate clients leave items behind in their property so she actively works to put useful items in the hands of people who can use them, from furniture to guitars to blenders and clothes.