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Pasadena 10.9.2017

Tracy King and Keely Myres

Tracy: As soon as I graduated high school in the Midwest, I made the move to California. I graduated from San Diego State University with a Bachelor’s degree in psychology – little did I realize then how valuable this would be in my ultimate career. Real estate is my fourth profession (I started in 1989) and builds on my previous three: social work, food, and computers. Read more>>

Janice and Ashley Sullivan

Janice: I took a photography class in college when I was getting my Associates degree, just a basic black and white class. I had always thought photography was weddings, models, fashion and paparazzi, so I wasn’t very interested in it as a career, only as a hobby. Read more>>

Jacklyne Tesoro

Well, it all started when I was 18 years old and just finishing high school. I knew that I wanted to run a business but, I had no idea how to make that happen at the time. So I followed the traditional route of going to college but, in the process I started taking care of my boss’s friends pets. Read more>>

Adrienne Zimbro

During college, all accounting students generally take one of two career directions – tax or audit. Even as a student I felt that these two options were so very limited! I had never desired to pursue a path in the tax or audit fields. So immediately upon graduating with my degree, I chose what I believed to be option number three and began my corporate nine-to-five accountant position working for the CFO of a large business. Read more>>

Lucy Munoz

My love for photography actually came from my father. He always had a camera in hand documenting every event and family gathering. He would sit for hours poring through each photograph because he derived so much joy from it. It didn’t take too long before I became hooked. Read more>>

Derek Lyons

My first job when I was 15 was as a busser at Tourelle Cafe in Lafayette, CA. I always say, be careful what your first job is because you might end up doing it for the rest of your life. I still buss tables. Restaurants and bars are a part of my story and something that I thought would fade into the background as I launched my real estate career or when I made my way into film production. Read more>>

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