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Gin Weathers is powered by her life's mission of making connections for good and her multi-level background in business, arts and culture contributes to her mission. Gin began her career as a teacher in her native South Carolina, working with challenged children and youth and serving as a specialist in her field at the SC Department of Education. In Washington DC, she was on staff at a White House Conference for Children and Youth, the U.S. Department of Energy and was a specialist on building coalitions to support legislative issues for a major trade association.
Gin’s background in real estate includes the development and marketing of premier office buildings in downtown Los Angeles and surrounding areas for the Ahmanson companies and Koll Development and consulting in government relations and public art programs for Gerald D. Hines and other development firms. Her education includes both B.S. and M.Ed degrees, and postgraduate work in journalism, real estate and communications.
Gin cherishes the Monterey Peninsula and has been active as a board member for the Monterey Museum of Art, Carmel’s PacRep Theater, Carmel Chamber of Commerce and a member of a community relations group for the Middlebury Institute of International Studies. Weathers is an active volunteer for the Carmel Heritage Society, the Carmel Women's Club, Church of the Wayfarer and Gathering for Women; she is dedicated to raising funds and awareness for programs she supports, especially homeless women on the Monterey Peninsula. Gin has found great pleasure in helping sellers and buyers of real estate on the Monterey Peninsula for over a decade and is an active realtor with Sotheby’s International Realty.