Jean has been active in the real estate business for over thirty years. In 1996 she was the recipient of the Adrien Bendheim award for the Richmond Association of Realtors, which acknowledges the Outstanding Realtor of the Year. For the last twenty-five or more years her production levels have qualified her for the RAR's Distinguished Achiever levels, and one year made the top-ten list of REALTORS in the RAR in production. Having been active in the residential real estate business since 1979, she enjoys excellent working relationships within the real estate community. She has been a student at Virginia Commonwealth University for over twenty years, taking one course each semester. She has completed all of the graduate courses in Architectural History and Urban Design and Planning to fulfill the requirements for the Certificate in Preservation that is offered by VCU. In June of 2011 she received a Bachelor’s Degree in Art History from VCU and her original undergraduate degree is a B. S. in Business Administration from Bryant University in Rhode Island.
My husband is a retired professor of American Literature at the university and we have four grown children and nine grandchildren. Having grown up on the east end of Long Island, going to college in Providence, Rhode Island, and living in Chicago and upstate New York before coming to Virginia, I developed a great appreciation for architecture and urban living.
Member of Long and Foster's Gold Team
Member of the Founder's Club at Long and Foster
Served two terms on the Board of Directors of the Richmond Association of Realtors
Headed the "Consider the City" program several years ago