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Dana Williams has been recognized for her performance by Sotheby’s International Realty leadership, including in 2018.
With over 20 years of real estate experience and as a New Yorker since 1987, Dana expertly guides clients. She is hardworking, resourceful, and listens closely to understand clients' needs.
Prior to joining Sotheby's International Realty, Dana was a director at a large, Manhattan real estate franchise for eight years. She developed and operated a department which served as a national model. She screened vendors and assisted her company’s clients with renovation, relocation, and staging.
Prior to developing this business, Dana was the owner of Partners in Time which provided freelance personal assistance. Her clientele included high-profile professionals in media, entertainment, fashion politics, and the arts. Dana began her career at ABC News working on a weekly, business broadcast.
Dana earned a degree in international relations from American University in Washington, D.C., and studied abroad in Kenya. She has also lived briefly in France, St. Thomas, San Francisco, and Boston and grew up in Denver and St. Louis.
As co-chair for the Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation’s Brokers Partnership, she organized several events to engage broker’s support for preservation and “mom-and-pop” shops. This included an annual comedy night at the Comedy Cellar’s club – The Village Underground.
Dana also produced several live crowdfunding events to raise money for grass root, social justice projects such as HarlemGrown and STEM FROM DANCE. For six years, she was an active Habitat for Humanity NYC board member and was involved with several of their early achievements including Habitat’s 100,000th home build.
Dana also had the privilege of mentoring for six years and organizing a benefit and comedy evening for Children’s Aid Society. She has also worked on films and volunteered for film festivals including the first Tribeca Film Festival. More recently, she organized a voter registration event and panel discussion in St. Louis, her hometown, during extended visits with family.
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