Homegrown is the best way to describe me. Being raised as a farm girl makes me appreciate the values of hard work and persistence. Of course, Vermont is an outdoor playground and I'd be negligent if I didn't take the time to appreciate that. I've been fortunate to enjoy hiking, fishing, camping, snowshoeing, kayaking, tennis and golf throughout this astounding state.
Growing up in Vermont, I've seen the state evolve economies and social structures as we move into the future. I believe in the solid future of Vermont and in Vermonters. There is no place I'd rather be. Volunteering with Habit for Humanity reinforced one of my major beliefs. I firmly believe that everyone deserves a home of their own. That led to a career in real estate which lets me make that connection. My greatest satisfaction is when a buyer and seller come together to meet their mutual needs.
Amy is a member of the National Association of Realtors®, the Vermont Association of Realtors® (VAR), and the Addison County Board of Realtors® (ACBOR). Amy has earned the At Home with Diversity (AHWD) certification from the National Association of Realtors®.
The AHWD Certification course teaches Realtors® how to:
Amy Quenneville, Realtor®, AHWD