Creative. Client-focused. Results oriented. These are not just industry buzz words to Keriann Worley, but the guiding forces behind her successes in the South Florida luxury real estate market. With an emphasis on relationship building, Keriann is a dedicated agent who takes the time to get to know her clients and will not rest until their goals have been accomplished.
Keriann began her professional real estate career five years ago armed with a large network of business connections, a strong Advertising and Marketing background and a lengthy track record of accomplishments in Leadership. Her professional experience includes roles from Human Resources to Management to Vice President and President in the Service, Broadcasting and Communication sectors. She has served on numerous boards including on the Board of Trustees, Board of Directors and Chair of Trustees for Women in Distress, Board of Directors for the Fort Lauderdale Alliance, Board of Directors for the Beacon Council, and on the Board of Directors Leading Disruptive Innovation Advisory Board for Stetson University.
With the innate ability to help her clients see the “big picture”, Keriann quickly assesses her clients needs, matching them with the perfect home or investment opportunity. Her targeted, strategic approach is delivered with professionalism and care as she represents buyers, sellers and investors across South Florida. When asked the key to her success, Keriann says that she is deeply committed to learning and growing and that giving up in not an option.
Keriann is a native New Yorker but moved to South Florida with her family at the age of seven and spent her formative years growing up in Plantation, Florida. She earned her Bachelor’s degree from the University of Florida before going on to earn her Master’s degree from Nova Southern University. Keriann loves fitness and adventure and has recently taken up golf and yoga after earning her pilot’s license a year ago. She is married with three teenage daughters. She has lived with her family on the water in Pompano Beach since 2002.