Combining a wealth of communication and advocacy skills with nearly two decades of real estate experience, Anna offers buyers and sellers unsurpassed representation and myriad personal and professional resources. Always on the lookout for opportunities, and passionate about finding solutions to virtually any challenge, she brings a singular energy to every real estate transaction.
Recently, Bruce Zipf, President and CEO of NRT, parent company of Sotheby's International Realty, informed Anna that she was in the top two percent of the firm's approximately 45,000 sales agents worldwide. He went on to call her ability to drive results for her clients "extraordinary."
Subsequent to growing up in New York City, Anna graduated from Fordham University with a degree in art history and anthropology and a minor in political science. After moving to Los Angeles, she studied addiction medicine at UCLA.
By running the relapse prevention group at Chrysalis, a non-profit group supporting homeless and low-income individuals, for nine years, raising funds for AIDS research through Project Angel Food and AIDS Project LA, donating time and money to Meals On Wheels, speaking at high schools and women's shelters, and traveling the world, Anna has gained valuable knowledge contributing to her accomplishments as a real estate professional. At their core, those experiences require excellent communication, negotiation and project management skills as well as the compassion, empathy and understanding necessary to truly relate to and assist her clients.
Today, as a Sotheby's International Realty agent in the firm's Pacific Palisades brokerage, Anna specializes in the purchase and sale of both residential and commercial properties. In addition to her volunteer work and travels, she is a musician, writer, painter and environmentalist.