Passionate, Driven and Willing to “Go the Extra Mile”
With over 20 years of sales and customer service experience, Carmen’s “cent$ of urgency” and passion is the key to her successful career.
She spent several years in Sports Marketing in Dallas, TX before moving to Charlotte to work with the “Original” Charlotte Hornets in 1988 for over 10 years.
She is a Former Softball & Cheerleading Coach at South Park Youth Association and former Professional Cheerleader for the Cincinnati Bengals.
Carmen currently serves her HOA Civic Association and Mecklenburg County Board of Elections.
She will help you and your family achieve the dream of owning a home and provide a “Curb Appeal” and staging plan for this competitive market.
She and her husband Kirk live in South Park. She has one son, Robert (Gunnar), in Charlotte and one daughter, Gracie, at the University of Colorado Boulder.
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