Joe McLean is the Managing Partner of Intersect Capital, LLC, a wealth management firm based in San Ramon, CA. Joe and his team work with some of the world’s top athletes in the NBA, PGA, MLB and other sports leagues, as well as entrepreneurs, entertainers and HNW individuals.
Joe was a successful athlete having played basketball for the Arizona Wildcats from 1993-1997. He then went on to play basketball in Europe for several years before returning to school and entering the wealth management industry.
Intersect Capital provides high-touch wealth management services that include investment management, tax and retirement planning and estate management among other services. Joe has been profiled in The New York Times, has appeared on FOX Business and Yahoo! Finance, and has been quoted numerous times in print media discussing the intersection of life and money.
He still enjoys pick-up basketball, is an avid golfer, and most importantly, enjoys all of his free time with his wife, two daughters and his son
Nikki Field has been a dynamic presence with Sotheby’s International Realty since 1998. Ms. Field pioneered the team sales model in Manhattan by founding the eponymous “The Field Team”, transacting over $3 billion in sales and annually ranking as the #1 Sales Team at Sotheby’s International Realty. Ms. Field has been consistently ranked by The Wall Street Journal/Real Trends annual report as one of America’s Top 250 Real Estate Professionals and consistently one of the Top 20 in New York City. In 2018, Ms. Field sold the most expensive ($54M) re-sale in NYC and she represented both Seller and Buyer.
Ms. Field and her team specialize in Manhattan’s luxury co-op, condo, townhouse and new development markets, where she has set numerous industry-wide record-shattering prices. Additional record sales include multiple $50M+ units on Billionaire’s Row and numerous record Townhouse sales on the Upper East Side. Ms. Field excels in New Development representation including: closing out 995 Fifth Avenue (The Stanhope) for Extell Development, Director of Sales for Kushner Companies at The Puck Building- a $175M+ sell-out and 40 East 72nd a $80M sell-out. She currently is Lead Sales Director for 212 Fifth Avenue, with a $400M+ sell-out. Outside of New York, her numerous worldwide referral sales include a Lake Tahoe residence for $48M and the Residences at Canyon Ranch in Lenox, Mass.
Ms. Field excels as a financial portfolio advisor for international investors in securing and managing prime, global residential real estate. Since 2008, Ms. Field has been traveling extensively to emerging markets in Asia, building on the growing global business of Sotheby’s International Realty. In 2017, Ms. Field co-authored “The Chinese Definitive Guide to USA Real Estate”, which is published in Chinese and available on Amazon.com. Within Sotheby’s International Realty and its 930 brokerages in 70 countries, Nikki is recognized as one its top performing agents. She is an original member of Sotheby’s International Realty’s Market Leaders, an elite network of Top Producing agents who collaborate to match ultra-high net worth buyers and sellers worldwide. Ms. Field is an instructor and graduate of the NYS Real Estate Board Master’s program: NY Real Estate Specialist and board member of NYRAC.
Ms. Field is a regular featured industry speaker and frequently is interviewed by national and international news outlets as an authority on the luxury residential market. She was showcased in the PBS installment of “Super Skyscrapers” in which One57, “The Billionaire Building”, was featured as America’s most luxurious residential building and highlighted Ms. Field’s noted sales record of multiple $50M single unit sales. In addition, Ms. Field was prominently featured in the acclaimed BBC Television documentary “Super Homes” as well as on CBS’s “Living Large”, NBC’s “Open House”, CNBC “Secret Lives of the Super Rich”, “Voice of America”, Business Insider, CNN, MSNBC, MSN, Forbes, Bloomberg, Crains, The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Mansion Global, Financial Times, The New York Post, WWD, Rob Report, Architectural Digest, Daily Telegraph, Inman, China Daily, Epoch Times, Nikkei Business, Arts of Asia, Elite, Economic Times, Alpha, Harper’s Bazaar and Quest. Industry record keeper, The Real Deal along with New York Magazine, Avenue and Gotham Magazines have all recognized her as a “Power Broker in New York Real Estate”, acknowledging her outstanding sales achievements and leadership.
The Field Team Advantage consists of 19 experienced professionals, each with general market strength as well as a mastery of a specific area. Clients benefit from the knowledge and experience of the entire team. They include Kevin B. Brown, Patricia A. Wheatley, E. Helen Marcos, Jeanne Bucknam, Amanda Field Jordan, Craig George, Ben Pofcher, Gillian Friedman, Zoe Morgan Haydock, Alexandra White, Andrew Sideras, Max Levine, Alex Lopez and Silvia Wong, Marketing Director for the Field Team. The Field Team’s dedicated International Desk Leaders are Daniel Chang, Head of Asia Desk; Leigh Williamson, Middle East Network Representative, Gulf Sotheby’s International Realty; Akash Puri, Head of India Desk and Inna Panchuk, Head of Moscow Desk.
Nikki is married to Stephen Field and they have 2 daughters; Amanda Field Jordan, an accomplished Associate Broker with the Field Team and Alexandra Field who is an international correspondent for CNN.
As President and Founder of The Oppenheim Group, Jason leads a team responsible for representing buyers and sellers of distinguished properties throughout Los Angeles. He is consistently ranked as a top agent in the country and the #1 real estate agent in the Hollywood Hills/West Hollywood by the Wall Street Journal, and identified as a Top Real Estate Agent in Los Angeles by The Hollywood Reporter and Variety in their annual lists.
Jason also receives significant attention within the real estate community and beyond as a star of the hit Netflix show Selling Sunset, featuring his brokerage and agents as they sell luxury homes to their affluent and celebrity clients. With more than $1 billion in closed sales, he currently has more than $300 million in active listings, including the largest home in the Hollywood Hills and one of the largest listings in Los Angeles at $100 million.
Jason received his law degree and an undergraduate degree from UC Berkeley, where he graduated Phi Beta Kappa and first in his class. While at UC Berkeley, Jason held a position as an instructor in the Political Science and Legal Studies Departments. After law school, Jason joined the Los Angeles office of the international law firm O’Melveny & Myers where he represented a broad range of corporate clients including the former CEO of Enron Corporation in a multi-billion dollar civil class action as well as the widely publicized Enron criminal trial. He later represented Advanced Micro Devices in a worldwide monopolization suit against Intel Corporation. Jason’s trial work, along with others’, has been featured prominently in The American Lawyer, New York Times, Los Angeles Times, and other major publications.
Following a successful career in law, including a prominent victory at the United States Supreme Court, Jason left his legal practice to follow five generations of family real estate tradition that began in 1889 when his great-great-grandfather started one of the City’s first real estate companies. He initially joined Coldwell Banker and quickly established himself as one of the Nation’s leading realtors – their team was recognized as the #1 Real Estate Team on the West Coast. After only three years in the business, Jason founded The Oppenheim Group brokerage at the corner of Sunset Blvd. and Sunset Plaza Dr., where he and his team currently sell more than 100 properties a year, including many record-breaking transactions. He closed several of the highest-priced sales on the Sunset Strip including the largest sale ever recorded and the highest priced sale per sq. ft., the largest Beverly Hills land sale, the highest-priced commercial sale per sq. ft. in Beverly Hills, and the highest-priced sale in Outpost Estates. His properties have also been featured in many of the world’s most prestigious real estate magazines, periodicals, and websites.
Throughout his career, Jason has traveled to more than seventy-five countries on five continents identifying select properties and leading numerous multi-million dollar real estate transactions. He is also constantly dedicated to enriching the profession, where he has been hired to teach Real Estate Practice at the University of California, Los Angeles and has been retained to provide expert testimony in real estate litigation cases.
Real Estate Junkie. Auto Enthusiast. Animal Lover. Socializer. Oenophile.
As Vice President of Luxury for Coldwell Banker Real Estate LLC, Craig is responsible for the development and oversight of all Luxury Marketing Plans. He has the lead role in the development of the Coldwell Banker Global Luxury program, media presence, public relations, advertising, events, digital, and social media strategy as the brand continues to grow our luxury programs.
A real estate professional since 1996, Craig has extensive industry knowledge and experience. In his role, he uses his expertise to develop and enhance Coldwell Banker’s Global Luxury division and works with Coldwell Banker’s top-producing agents to provide them with the resources and connections they need to succeed in the luxury market.
Sophie Donelson is a speaker, strategist, author, and editor focused on home, decor, and living. She was most recently Editor in Chief of House Beautiful where she inspired a new generation of design lovers to embrace color and happiness at home.
British-born, New York-based Mark Ellwood has lived out of a suitcase for most of his life. He is a contributing editor to Conde Nast Traveler, and an editor-at-large for luxury bible Robb Report. He is also a columnist for Bloomberg Luxury and the creator and co-host of Bloomberg’s Travel Genius podcast. Mark is also an ongoing contributor to Wall Street Journal and New York Times and the author of Bargain Fever: How to Shop in a Discounted World.
A frequent television host and contributor, Mark is a regular guest on NBC’s TODAY show as a travel expert guiding viewers to the best travel and flight deals available to destinations around the world and has also reported for NBC News and TODAY from the last three Olympics, in Russia, Brazil and South Korea. For CNBC’s prime time show, Filthy Rich Guide, Mark was a valued on-air panelist. Mark has also filed segments for ABC News from destinations as diverse as London and Sydney and has contributed to Good Morning America, 20/20 and World News. He has guested on CBS This Morning, CBS Sunday Morning, CNN, HLN, Rachael Ray, Access Hollywood and Extra.
After studying for an undergraduate degree in English Literature at Cambridge University and a Masters on a scholarship from the University of Chicago, Mark worked as a tour director leading art tours in Florence, Rome and Paris. After graduating, Mark moved to New York to become a journalist and host/reporter-producer, specializing in luxury goods, travel, fashion and contemporary art. Starting his television career with luxury network Plum TV, where he was a correspondent and producer for its weekly lifestyle show, Plum Daily, and for special live coverage of splashy events like Art Basel Miami Beach and Aspen's Food + Wine festival. He created and hosted its first-ever travel series, Local Currency, taking viewers to various European cities and helping them pass as a local.
Mark’s most recent book, Bargain Fever, explores our culture’s newfound obsession with deals, discounts and never paying full price, such as the unadvertised discount savvy shoppers can wrestle out of Prada staff with a few choice words or the woman who earns more than a $1m a year reselling coupons.
Among his favorite recent pitstops: a stint in China’s capital of cool, Chengdu, where the Middle Kingdom’s trend-setting millennials have embraced homegrown rap and fashion to watching an entirely different kind of rapper - the cowboy poets of Wyoming by the campfire. He has judged the finer points of vodka-swigging at the cocktail set’s answer to Miss World in New Zealand and spent a weekend on the remote island in Japan that’s home to a multimillion-dollar, Monet-powered art collection.
Dolly Lenz, is a real estate executive with over 25 years of sales, marketing and branding experience. Dolly has become an industry leader having sold over $8.5 billion in properties during her career, a record that has earned her the ultimate “Stratosphere Award”, a level of achievement of which she is the sole recipient.
Due to the depth of her experience and the breadth of her knowledge in real estate matters, she is repeatedly sought after to represent some of the most exclusive properties in the world. As a regular guest on CNBC’s “Power Lunch”, “Kudlow Report” and “Fox News with Neil Cavuto”, as well as appearances on MSNBC, Bloomberg TV, and “The View” on ABC, she has developed a broad following and continues to opine on current real estate issues in various media publications including The New York Times, Wall Street Journal, The Financial Times and Barrons. Dolly is a CNBC contributor and is featured on CNBC’s documentary series “Mega Homes: Secret Lives of the Super Rich. She is also the host of CNBC’s real estate special series “Million Dollar Home” Challenge.
Stephanie Anton is the president of Luxury Portfolio International® (LPI), the luxury marketing division of Leading Real Estate Companies of the World®. Stephanie oversees the strategic direction and day-to-day operations of LPI and frequently speaks to audiences around the world about the luxury market and industry at large, real estate marketing and research and insights into the affluent consumer.
She has been named to the Inman 101 list of innovative leaders driving industry change, the Swanepoel Power 200 list of most influential real estate professionals and Luxury Daily's prestigious ranking of Luxury Women to Watch, a select list of 25 accomplished executives set to make a difference in luxury. She also sits on the Board of Managers for Upstream.
She holds a Bachelor of Science in Communications from Boston University and a Masters, Integrated Marketing from Northwestern University.
Kevin D. Thompson serves as Chief Marketing Officer for Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC. In this role, he is responsible for overseeing and implementing all marketing, interactive, digital, advertising, and public relations initiatives for the Sotheby’s International Realty® brand.
With an extensive background working with globally recognized luxury brands, Thompson’s focus and passion are centered on creating an unparalleled customer experience through exceptional marketing and brand management. His unique perspective contributes to innovative ideas for developing systems and campaigns that complement the Sotheby's International Realty brand vision.
Prior to joining Sotheby’s International Realty Affiliates LLC, Thompson was vice president of marketing and customer experience for Simon Property Group, a global leader in retail real estate ownership, management and development. He has also held senior positions within globally recognized brands, most recently at Barney’s New York and Gucci. Thompson’s well-rounded executive leadership experience spans across an array of specialties including marketing, management, project development, operations, training, and sales forecasting, in a variety of industries, such as, luxury fashion, real estate and public institutions.
An active speaker at events, Thompson has delivered keynote addresses, hosted executive roundtable discussions and has been asked to lead discussions at national and international marketing conferences on a variety of topics; his core focus being the evolution of brands, their role in influencing consumer behavior and the power of brands to change the world for the better.
Thompson is a Co-founder of Ruiru Rising, a not-for-profit organization that funds higher education programs for at-risk youth in rural Kenya. A native of Canada, Thompson is a graduate of the University of Guelph in Ontario and holds a graduate degree from Simon Fraser University. He currently resides in New York State.
Shaun Osher founded CORE in 2005. As CEO, and under his leadership, he has led CORE to become the number one boutique real estate marketing and sales company in New York. Widely regarded as one of the most innovative and creative minds in marketing, branding, and selling real estate, he has been responsible for more than 30 projects and 6 billion dollars in sales. Having started his career as one of NYC’s most successful and respected agents, he is known as a broker's broker, with a keen understanding of the market and acumen for sales and negotiation. A native of Johannesburg, South Africa, Shaun graduated from The New School and began his career in 1994.
Gary Gold is a marquee name in Los Angeles luxury real estate and one its most successful technology marketers. He's an internationally recognized marketing and luxury real estate expert in Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Brentwood and the Sunset Strip. Gary is further distinguished by the rare ability to secure high net worth, qualified buyers from internet leads. This success, year after year, continues to produce a steady stream of buyers from not only the Los Angeles area, but throughout North and South America, Europe, and Asia. Gary has sold thousands of estates and luxury properties over the course of his career. A sought after expert, Gary has been cited for publications and broadcasts that include &amp;lt;em&amp;gt;Access Hollywood&amp;lt;/em&amp;gt;, &amp;lt;em&amp;gt;CBS Evening News&amp;lt;/em&amp;gt;, &amp;lt;em&amp;gt;Wall Street Journal&amp;lt;/em&amp;gt; &amp;amp;amp; &amp;lt;em&amp;gt;Barron's.&amp;lt;/em&amp;gt; Gary currently stars on HGTV's &amp;lt;em&amp;gt;Selling Los Angeles.&amp;lt;/em&amp;gt; Gary Gold began his career in real estate over 25 years ago and has been a top producer and the Executive Vice President with Hilton &amp;amp;amp; Hyland since its inception.
Clelia Warburg Peters joined Warburg Realty in 2014 and currently serves as President of the firm, bringing experience in strategic business development, cutting edge technology, and investing to her role. Clelia works closely with her father, CEO Frederick Warburg Peters, in managing and growing one of New York's oldest and most respected real estate brokerages.
In 2015 Clelia co-founded MetaProp, a PropTech accelerator that has evolved into a $40 million seed stage venture fund focused exclusively on real estate technology (technologies which impact the way we conceive of, construct, transact, manage utilize, and interact with real property). MetaProp has collectively invested in 50+ companies across the full real estate value chain which have raised over $2 billion and employ more than 1,500 people internationally. As one of the few female leaders in the PropTech space, Clelia is passionate about inclusion and believes strongly in the power of women to shift paradigms of leadership and success in the 21st century.
Prior to joining Warburg, Clelia worked in partnership with noted business leader Sallie Krawcheck on a technology enabled business concept focused on work opportunities for women and was a Management Consultant with the Boston Consulting Group. Clelia is a member of the NY Metro chapter of YPO (Young Presidents Organization), and of C200, the preeminent global organization for women business leaders. She holds an MBA from Columbia Business School and a BA from Yale University.
Dusty Baker has been a resident of Santa Barbara since 1988. He received his B.A. in Economics & Business from Westmont College.
Coming from a real estate family, Dusty was provided transactional experience starting at a very young age. He joined Epstein Partners over 6 years ago and has been an integral member ever since. Dusty’s career has involved hundreds of closed transactions and over $100 million of sales. The high-volume practice brings expertise in short sales, REOs (foreclosures), trust sales, and probate sales.
Dusty has spent a lifetime in Santa Barbara building a respected name in the community. This reputation is the driving factor behind his strong business practices and ongoing success.
Sally’s professional progression over the past forty plus years has resulted in her becoming one of the top real estate brokers in Southern California. As of 2018, Sally is the Executive Director of Luxury Estates at Compass, the world’s first modern real estate technology platform, at their Beverly Hills offices. Before Compass, Sally was President of Luxury Estates for Pacific Union International where she was rated as a top producer year after year.
In 2019, Sally was listed among the top five agents in Los Angeles for total sales volume by L.A. Business Journal. SFJ Group has been ranked the #9 team nationally of all brokers in all companies by WSJ Real Trends for total sales volume and is consistently ranked in the top 25. Her extensive industry knowledge ranges from residential sales, luxury & ultra-luxury estates, architecturally significant properties, new developments, multi-family and commercial transactions.
Frequently setting new records, Sally has closed over $6 billion in total sales and is constantly setting the bar for Los Angeles real estate. In 2018 alone, she closed over $375,000,000 in total sales. In 2014 she made Beverly Hills real estate history with the sale of 1181 Hillcrest to her client Markus Persson, Swedish billionaire and creator of Minecraft, for $70 million – at the time, the most expensive sale ever in Beverly Hills. In addition, she has represented a variety of unique and trophy properties including the Spelling Manor which was, at the time, the highest priced residential property listed for sale at $150,000,000.
Sally is widely recognized - locally, nationally, and internationally - as an expert in the luxury real estate market. She has spoken on local and international panels and has been quoted in prestigious publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The Los Angeles Times, Bloomberg, CNN, and Forbes. She has also appeared on a variety of broadcasted programming (e.g. CNBC, NBC LA, CNN Money) to participate in live interviews or provide guided tours of significant properties.
To further scale her effectiveness, Sally has built a team of agents and full-time dedicated support staff to assist in the entire process of getting a home sold. In addition to the entire Compass organization, she employs real estate listing & transaction experts & marketing professionals to facilitate in the preparation, marketing, escrow and sale of each property. Creative and distinguished marketing is one of Sally’s hallmarks and she works with each client to create a marketing plan tailored specifically for each property targeting local, national, and international buyers, business and financial managers, and brokers.
Originally from London, England, David Parnes brings English charm to the City of Angels. Parnes and his partner, James Harris, have established themselves as two of the top agents serving the Los Angeles luxury market.
After earning his Bachelor of Arts with Honors in Economics and Politics from the University of Manchester, Parnes began working at a hedge fund before moving on to represent a private portfolio of real estate assets in Europe. While taking breaks from the London fog, Parnes spent his summers in Los Angeles and was drawn to the sunshine, warm and friendly people and vast potential of the city's real estate market. As a result, he made the decision to permanently call L.A. home in 2009. Today, he specializes in high-end residential real estate and investment properties in Beverly Hills, Bel Air, Brentwood, the Hollywood Hills, Malibu, the Pacific Palisades and the greater Los Angeles region.
The partners' "no-nonsense" approach to closing deals, coupled with their extensive network of high-net-worth international and domestic clients, have enabled them to reach a steady incline in sales year over year averaging $250 million from 2015 on and reaching as high as $520 million in a record breaking year in 2017. These staggering sales figures earned the partners The Agency’s MVP Award in 2017 and 2018.
Most recently the partners represented the seller in the $120 Million dollar sale of 594 S. Mapleton in Holmby Hills, also known as The Manor, which is the highest sale in Holmby Hills and in Los Angeles County in history and the 4th highest sale in the U.S. in history. The partners also represented the seller in the $72.5 Million dollar sale of 406 Robert Lane in the Trousdale area of Beverly Hills - the highest sale in history in Beverly Hills. Other notable sales include the buyer of a Malibu estate for $69.9 Million, the buyer of 630 Nimes Road – Le Belvedere - for $56 Million, the seller of a newly developed property at 900 Stradella Rd. in Bel Air for $41 Million and the $30 Million sale of 438 N. Faring Road in Holmby Hills and the $30 Million sale at 200 N. Delfern in Holmby Hills, two deals in which they represented both the Buyer and the Seller.
Other notable sales by the partners include the sale of a prized property on L.A.'s famous Melrose Place, home to the boutiques of renowned designers such as Oscar De La Renta and Chloé and the famed Hustler store on Sunset Blvd. for $18.5 Million.
Building on this incredible success, this year David and James have expanded their listing inventory to include two spectacular Bel Air listings priced at $44 Million and $35.5 Million plus a newly developed Sunset Strip estate listed for $43.9 Million. Their current listing portfolio is worth an astonishing $1.5 Billion and includes some of the City’s most impressive properties. Their exclusive clientele is comprised of countless celebrities, producers, business managers, agents, heads of Fortune 500 companies and numerous high-net worth individuals.
David Parnes has earned many recent accolades including being named in Variety’s Showbiz Real Estate Elite in 2015, 2017, 2018 & 2019 and The Hollywood Reporter’s Top 25 Agents in 2015, 2017, 2018 & 2019. The partners were also named on the Wall St. Journal Real Trends list for 2015, 2016, 2017 & 2019. In 2018 the partners were ranked #9 in American by Wall St. Journal Real Trends. They were also listed on The Real Deal’s list of top agents for 2017, 2018 & 2910 and were ranked #12 on the Los Angeles Business Journal’s list of Residential Real Estate Agents for 2017 & #34 in 2018.
A recent personal project includes the building and sale of a 4,200 square foot contemporary home in West Hollywood and the purchase of a fixer property in the Bird Streets where he plans to live with his wife, Adrian, their two rescue Basset Hounds, Maxi and Bella and Chihuahuas, Apoosh and Freddie. An avid animal lover, David donates regularly to animal charities. David capped off a stellar year with a lavish wedding in the South of France in the summer of 2017. He and his wife, Adrian, welcomed their first child, a baby girl named India Rose Parnes in 2018.
Jennifer Ames started selling residential real estate in 1994 and quickly rose to the top. She has been recognized by the Chicago Association of Realtors as one of Chicago's Top 10 residential agents every year since 1997.
Jenny has been interviewed as an industry expert by writers for the Chicago Tribune, Chicago magazine, Crain's Chicago Business, The Wall Street Journal, and People magazine, she has appeared on a number of television venues including CNN, Fox Thing in the Morning, ABC 7 Chicago, and the Fine Living Network, and she has been featured on the covers of RealtorMagazine, Chicago Agent Magazine, and Real Estate Executive.
Jenny is carrying on a family tradition of excellence in residential real estate that was started in the 1880s by her great-great-grandfather, Gold Coast developer Nathaniel Fairbank, and by her step-grandfather (and founder of Sudler & Company Real Estate), Louis C. Sudler, Sr.
Jenny's love of Chicago runs deeper than her real estate connection. She was raised with the understanding that it is important to give back to the community and has been active on charitable and civic boards for more than 25 years. She is currently a member of The Board of Directors of the Lincoln Park Zoo and The Auxiliary Board of The Art Institute of Chicago.
Prior to her career in real estate, Jenny graduated from Yale University and worked as an investment banker and then as a film producer.
Jenny enjoys fly fishing and travel. She is also an accomplished photographer and writer. She lives in Chicago’s Lakeview neighborhood with her husband and three boys.
Tiffany Mills is a Los Angeles native who has been selling high-end real estate since 2001. She is renowned amongst clients and colleagues for her integrity and professionalism. Tiffany shares the same passion for the business as her mother Jade Mills- undeniably one of the most successful agents of our time. Tiffany’s experience is unparalleled as she grew up in the family business of buying, fixing up, and selling homes all over the Los Angeles area.
Based in Beverly Hills, Tiffany devotes her time to serving the needs of buyers and sellers all over the Westside, from Sunset Plaza to Malibu and beyond.
Tiffany is at the top of her field and her mastery in homes speaks for itself. Her achievements include attaining the highest price per square foot on several sales and maintaining long-lasting relationships with her clients and agents alike.
A byproduct of being Jade’s daughter is Tiffany’s commitment to honesty and loyalty. Tiffany completed a two-year course in Spiritual Psychology in 2006 which enables her to apply a deeper level of awareness, compassion, and patience to her real estate business. She always creates the time needed to nurture and connect with each client and is always accessible via phone or email. Tiffany currently lives in Malibu with her two daughters Charli and Stevie, and their dog, cat, horses, goats, chickens and ducks. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her family, working out, going to the beach and being involved with animal rescue- another one of her true passions.