Martha lives in the Historic District of Easton, MD with her husband Fred. Martha has two young adults that she adores named Quint and Olivia. She has been actively selling Real Estate for 27 years now and has a passion for the industry, the Chesapeake Bay area and the people she serves. She knows that excellent customer service is the key to any successful professional and nowhere is that more important than the Real Estate industry. An expert new home and senior living consultant mixed with a keen interest in historical preservation gives diversity to her real estate resume. Added to Martha’s real estate resume is that for the last four years she has been the Branch Manager of all of the Long and Foster offices in Cambridge, Easton and St. Michaels, Maryland. Martha has lived in Maryland all her life and loves all things that relate to Maryland.
An active volunteer and a adolescent mentor both locally and overseas. All things environmental interests Martha since she considers herself an advocate for the Chesapeake Bay. She is a member of Christ Church in Easton and Talbot Country Club. She is alsoco-chaired for the Habitat Restore Event just last year. Martha was inducted as the President of the Mid-Shore Board of Realtors in October after serving on the Executive Board and before that on the Board of Directors for the Mid-Shore Board of Directors.
A lifelong learner (who was it that said "My Tombstone Will Be My Diploma?"), Her formal education includes Holton Arms, St. Maria Goretti H.S., North Hagerstown High School, Hagerstown Community College, Washington Business School, Anne Arundel Community College, Long and Foster Real Estate Academy and continuous continuing education.
Martha is a big animal lover and you can often see her running outdoors with her dogs Lola and Brody (the terror). She loves the great outdoors, sailing, kayaking, and any opportunity to get out on the water or go for a hike, jog or to hop on her bicycle. Energy and movement are what keeps her vital along with her passion for travel.