Associate Vice President
Connie brings more than 15 years of commercial real estate experience to Foresite in sales, leasing, and property management. Connie originally began her real estate career to assist her husband, Steve, who had been in commercial real estate since the mid 1980’s. Together, they eventually purchased and operated Investment Realty Company in San Antonio.
In addition to real estate brokerage, Connie has a broad array of working experiences which includes owning and operating a retail business, extensive experience in the arena of commercial insurance sales, public relations, marketing, non-profit fundraising and as an educator.
A graduate of Seattle University in Seattle, Washington, she achieved a Bachelor of Arts in Education where at graduation she was awarded the Saint Ignacious of Loyola Award for Excellence from the School of Education.
Connie believes in providing the best customer service possible to her clients and to every task that she embraces.
Currently, she is a member of the following organizations: San Antonio Greater Chamber of Commerce, National Assn. of Realtors (NAR), Texas Assn. of Realtors (TAR), South Texas Commercial Association of Realtors (STCAR), Certified Commercial Investment Member (CCIM local and national chapters), Real Estate Council San Antonio (RECSA), Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW), and a Regular Affiliate Member of the International Council of Shopping Centers (ICSC.)
Connie was the 2016 recipient of the Commercial Real Estate Women’s Eva Rosow Award of Excellence, an award she cherishes.
Something No One knows About Me
Upon graduation there were no job opportunities in Washington State. I had two job offers to teach…, one in Texas and one in Alaska. The teaching position in Alaska was one where you travelled by bush plane and dogsled to outlying communities and taught for several months before moving to the next community. One travelled with a translator because most of the students did not speak English. I love the outdoors but this was more outdoors than even I wanted. I chose Texas and I am so glad I did!