Angela’s love for Colorado began at the age of 10 on her first ski trip. At a very young age, she was mesmerized by the mountain energy and the beauty of this state. She made a commitment early in life to be in Colorado. After a pit stop in Kansas City post college at the University of Oklahoma, she landed in Denver for many years and then made her way to Steamboat in 2006.
She has her degree in marketing and advertising and has been in in sales, marketing and management since 1988. Additionally, she has been involved in the start-up of a few companies including a local non-profit organization and loves the entrepreneurial and community spirit that is pervasive in Steamboat Springs. She loves helping her clients navigate the ever-changing real estate market and is experienced in handling a multitude of transactions. Her knowledge base is broad due to her background and dedication to stay on top of the Steamboat Springs real estate market and is enhanced by her years serving on the Steamboat Springs Board of Realtors. Her commitment to her clients is to be honest, truthful and persistent in her representation of their needs.
She was Chair for the Steamboat Association of REALTORS in 2016-17 and REALTOR of the Year in 2016-17. She also served on the Community Housing Steering Committee that convened over a year to determine the housing needs for the community and to provide a road map for sustaining housing in the future. She served 5 years as the Chairperson of Yampa Valley Sustainability Council and was instrumental in the startup and growth of the organization in 2008. Her time on the board allowed her to be involved in many community-wide discussions with stakeholders, government, businesses and individuals. This involvement has enhanced her knowledge of the many aspects of what makes a mountain community thrive and what it takes to come together on important issues. She also served on the Technical Advisory Committee for the green building program, spearheaded the greening of the MLS and was Steamboat’s first EcoBroker. She has written many articles in local magazines and newspapers. he also serves on the board for the Pines at Ore House homeowner’s association. She loves her dog Hazie (which you will see often), skiing, biking, hiking, traveling, cooking, art and being a part of positive change for the community.