Cindy began her real estate career in 1989 and had established herself as the area’s horse property specialist. In 1994 she moved to Switzerland to be with her Swiss husband and commuted back to the US on a quarterly basis to maintain her business with a partner who took care of her clients during Cindy’s absence. In 1995 Cindy was offered a job at the International Equestrian Federation (FEI), the governing body for horse sport, in Lausanne, Switzerland. There she worked in the Eventing & Olympic Department until the end of 1997 when she moved back to PA and resumed her career in real estate. Six months later she was hired by the American Horse Show Association, the then national governing body for horse sport at the satellite office in Gladstone, NJ. She was one of the only staff members to testify before the US Olympic Committee at a hearing for the hotly contested national governing body status. Cindy has worked at past World Equestrian Games in Europe and the inaugural World Cup Final in Las Vegas.
Aside from her career in horse sport and college degree in equine studies, she has been an active rider since age 11 and is currently training her horse in dressage. Cindy’s extensive administrative involvement with horse sports at the director level, real estate experience, broker studies and legal background have well prepared her for the creation of a niche brokerage firm focusing exclusively on equestrian and country properties.