A Top Producer, Presidents Circle Award Winner and a member of The Long Island Board of Realtors, Dianne is known for her excellence and willingness to assist her clients with their real estate needs.
In the top 2% of Douglas Elliman agents on Long Island, Dianne believes that the Hampton's remains a destination location and a magical place to live. Whether buying, selling or investing, Dianne makes it her mission to see that each of her clients reach their real estate goals.
From starting price point properties to luxury homes--- no deal is too big or too small. Dianne treats each client with the same level of importance and concern, instilling confidence to arrive at when, what, and where to buy or sell--- and how much.
Among her overall knowledge of real estate in the Hamptons, Dianne and her husband John, an appraiser, and second generation Realtor, specialize in the historic village beach communities of Azurest, Sag Harbor Hills, and Ninevah Beach, where they have lived for the past 20+ years. Drawing upon her intimate familiarity with these areas' distinctiveness and celebrated diversity, Dianne makes it her business to assist customers in learning about the particular features of each neighborhood.
Prior to Real Estate, Dianne worked as a marketing executive for Fortune 500 Company Hoesct Celanese where she was nominated for "Who's Who in American Business Women" for her industry trend report "Women take a look at Apparel Retailing" published by Yancolovich and later as a case study for the Harvard Graduate School of Business.
After attending New York University's prestigious Executive Management Program, Dianne went on to become the Director of Sales Marketing for the U.S. Sale's Division of Gollas, GMBH & Co. and BB Sweden, Inc. Having traveled throughout Europe and the United States for buisnsess, Dianne has worked with people from a wide range of cultures and walks of life bringing the ability to communicate comfortably in her current position as a Realtor.
A life long Artist, Curator, and active fundraiser, Dianne has spent much of her time working with organizations on the East End bringing educational development through art events and charity fundraisers. Dianne's list of Creative Director credits include the critically acclaimed production of "Return of the Amistaad 2002", "Black Whalers: Their Tales ,Courage, and Conquests", "Whaling: A Cutural Odyssey" for the Sag Harbor Whaling and Historical Museum and "How Papa Noel Forgot Haiti: An Evening of Haitian Musical Theatre", at Avery Fisher Hall starring Danny Glover.
A graduate of Emma Willard School, College of Wooster and the Institute of European Studies in Nantes, France, Dianne enjoys spending time with her daughter and husband, boating, printmaking, swimming, and curating independent art shows.
"Give me a call or send an email. I would be happy to answer any of your real estate questions".
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