Transforming a house into a personal residence requires an eye for style and the skills to understand and incorporate unique client needs. Creating a successful transaction requires a vision for design potential, an expertise to identify and bundle key valuable attributes of a property for maximum market visibly. With a multifaceted background and cross-industry knowledge base, Deb is able to lead clients to success with their residential home endeavors.

Deb began building her career in design after graduating from the Fashion Institute of Technology with the honor of Cum-Laude. During the first 20 years of her career she specialized in international design and production. Focused success in this field meant ensuring that clients received quality, style, and a fair price in a timely manner. She went on to Kellogg Business School and became a leader in design, marketing, and operations at Fortune 500 apparel corporations.

In the residential real estate arena, she credits her success to the use of innovative skills and years of knowledge buying and selling, sustainable designs methods, and boots on the ground construction management. Having grown up with a family in the construction business, residential property became the ultimate blend of love and skills.

She has created a reputable track record of restoration projects, gaining a competitive edge with her talented vision for property potential. Through her vast exposure to construction, Deb is well versed in the cycle of home building, residential remodeling and interior design projects. In addition to developing relationships with many architectural building, designers and construction companies around Fairfield County, she has the insight and experience to manage costs and negotiate a fair price with an eye for style. Some of her favorite projects have been featured in local magazines.

Giving back to the community is something that Deb strongly believes in. She strives to incorporate a charitable aspect into all of her work. Ten years ago Deb began working with Veterans in the Greater New York area. She launched and facilities an innovative social business which offers residential recycling of clothing and household goods via a simple door to door concierge service. Proceeds of the reusable unwanted donations go directly to local veterans causes. The program now reuses and recycles over 12 millions pounds annually. As a member of the Manhattan Solid Waste Advisory Board Deb is a champion of cultivating awareness in the area of sustainable reuse and recycling.

In Connecticut, Deb has been recognized for her work on the board of The Center for Family Justice in Bridgeport. The Center serves Eastern Fairfield County’s victims of sexual and domestic abuse, providing a safe place to get the help and support needed to successfully re-enter society.

In the past Deb has served four years as a Commissioner on the Fairfield Historic District, volunteered her services at the Fairfield Christmas Tree Festival and helped to coordinate the annual Near and Far Aid Designer House Tour. She also continually devotes time to her church during the annual Rooms With A View interior design event at Southport Congregational. As a long time Fairfield resident, Deb loves spending time at the area beaches with her three children and two dogs. And when she manages to find free time, she enjoys; golf, yoga, skiing, and organic gardening.

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