A resident of the Central Coast of California for 19 years, Ginger Greenfield has a deep appreciation for the quality of life in this area. As a member of the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History and Sea Center and of the Santa Barbara Zoo, she enjoys participating in community and cultural events with her husband and daughter.
Valuing the importance of protecting the environment, Ginger holds the National Association of Realtors Green Designation. She began working in real estate as a loan officer in 2002 and bought her first investment property a year later.
Ginger graduated magna cum laude from Cornell University. For three years, she worked in the Cornell Art History Slide Library, where she projected slides for classes including the popular courses in contemporary art. She went on to do graduate work at UC Santa Barbara and at Wolfson College, Oxford. She is a member of Said Business School's Oxford Business Alumni Network.
In high school, Ginger's first job was as a salesperson in an Asian art gallery in downtown Annapolis, Maryland. Born in Washington, D.C., she grew up exploring the city's museums and historic neighborhoods and developed a lifelong interest in art and architecture.