Only in America can you have as much fun living life as I have had. Raised in a large and wonderful family in Northwest Washington—including seven brothers—my sister and I developed survival skills at a very young age. What better way to prepare me for the rough and tumble world of politics, as well as a life as a single mom of three high-spirited sons?
While I was born with enormous energy and a can-do attitude, I learned much from my years of experience as a teacher, an accountant, and a controller. Then in 1981 President Ronald Reagan appointed me Treasurer of the United States. At the age of 32, I became the youngest person to hold that position since it was established in 1775—a distinction I still hold today!
After leaving government, I worked in politics and the media, authored two books, including Bay and Her Boys (my story as a single mom) and then turned all my energy, attention, and professionalism to a career in real estate.
I believe there is no more exciting place to live, work, and raise a family than in and around the Nation’s capital. I love its history and culture, its monuments and parks, and, most of all, its rich tapestry of neighborhoods and communities. And if you are looking to buy, or sell, your home I am ready to help make it a fun, hassle-free, exciting experience, while I share with you some of the secrets and magic of the region.
Business and Leadership
- Treasurer of the United States
- Chairman, Presidential Commission on Women Business Owners
- Named one of the Top 20 Political Women in United States, by George Magazine
- Member, National Association of REALTORS
- Member, Virginia Association of REALTORS
- Member, Northern Virginia Association of REALTORS
- Certified Relocation Specialist
- MS in Mathematics, McGill University
- Honorary Law degree, Samford University
- Washington D.C.