Member, Board of Directors
As a Keller Williams leader, Mary helps define the mission and vision for the Keller Williams international support center and raise the bar for the entire company in terms of profits, production, technological leadership, culture and education. Not to mention a joyful approach to work and life.
Tall orders for an average girl who grew up riding horses in the small community of Greeley, CO. But there is nothing typical about Mary. In fact, when she joined Keller Williams in 1992, she was named Rookie of the Year. Since then she has consistently redefined what's possible, while opening doors of wealth building and leadership for countless real estate professionals.
Holding tight to her go-getter reins, Mary blew the hats off her colleagues when she took the Austin Southwest market center from $90 million in closed volume sales to $1.3 billion in eight years. She outpaced most by moving from COO to COO and
President within one year. And, she gained industry acclaim when she was celebrated as a Leading Woman in Real Estate by the Women's Council of REALTORS, received the Austin Business Journal's Profiles in Power Award and was named among the 100 Most Influential Leaders in Real Estate by Inman News.
Always wanting to be remembered most as someone who made things better, Mary strives to keep learning each day. Patience, for instance, is not a virtue she was gifted. However, she prides herself and Keller Williams in the care provided to their family members.
When Mary's not making things better at KW, you may find her and her husband Jack visiting her stepson Duane in the Windy City, hanging with her son David and his three boys or helping her daughter Jessica renovate her next property. Mary lives in Austin, TX.