She began her career at a celebrity marketing agency, where she primarily worked with professional athletes (e.g., Joe Namath, Magic Johnson, Jackie Joyner-Kersee, etc.) on health and wellness ad campaigns. Several years later, Angie was hired by a Top 20 biopharma company as a Pharmaceutical Sales Rep and subsequently as a Global Sourcing Manager, where she honed her sales, negotiating and contracting skills. In those roles, she consistently exceeded sales goals, negotiated millions of dollars in savings and was identified as the Top Performer within her team. She was most recently a Global Category Manager for Gaithersburg-based AstraZeneca/MedImmune.
Angie’s passion for real estate led her to leave her corporate job to join RE/MAX Realty Group.
Not only is her enthusiasm for real estate contagious, she prides herself in being a staunch advocate for her clients. “Buying or selling a house can be stressful,” Angie commented. “I work hard to make the experience as seamless—and financially beneficial–as possible by leveraging my extensive work experience. And, I’d like to think that we have fun along the way!”
In her spare time, Angie enjoys traveling (she ran a half marathon on every continent!), watching her girls’ soccer games and exploring all that the Washington DC metro area has to offer.
The Children’s Inn at NIH
10% of Angie’s commission from homes bought or sold through her will be donated directly to The Children’s Inn at NIH.
The Inn provides relief, support and strength to families journeying into the unknown; they are the pioneers whose participation in medical trials at 15 of the 27 NIH institutes and centers can change the story for children around the world. Since opening in 1990, The Children’s Inn has been a free “Place Like Home” for more than 12,500 children and their families from all 50 states and 94 countries. The facility makes childhood possible for children who don’t have many chances to just play, laugh and be kids. The Inn reduces the burden of illness by providing more than 1,300 therapeutic, educational and recreational programs each year. As a partner in hope to families—and a partner in discovery with the NIH—The Children’sInn is a part of the cure. For more information, visit: www.childrensinn.org.