RISMEDIA, August 29, 2007–Traci Kasparian knows the true meaning of giving back. With a doctorial level degree in psychotherapy, Karsparian donates her free time when she isn’t working with Real Living Lifetime in Massachusetts, to working in the mental health and substance abuse field. Read how her determination to help those in need made her a great choice to be one of this year’s Realtors on the Rise.
Real Living Lifetime
Claim to fame: Kasparian opened the first Real Living franchise in the Northeast. Great intellect: In addition to being a broker, Kasparian is also a doctoral level psychotherapist. In her spare time: Kasparian donates her time working in the mental health and substance abuse field, lecturing on substance abuse and treatment and caring for a child or family member with mental illness.
As the owner of the first Real Living franchise in the Northeast, Traci Kasparian brought an entirely new brand to real estate in Massachusetts. She approached the decision to open a company of her own with a “no-risk, no-reward” attitude that failure was not an option-something that has always been a mantra for her personally and professionally.
Learn more leadership skills like these at this year’s Leadership Conference presented by RISMedia. This year’s conference is being held again at the historic Roosevelt Hotel in midtown Manhattan. To learn more about the conference or to register visit http://rismedia.com/events/leadership-conference/.
This year’s Realtors on the Rise winners reflect a sizeable showing of quality agents who have entered the market within the past five years.
From their impressive sales figures, to their innovative marketing strategies, to their community involvement, Real Estate magazine’s editors have chosen 50 Realtors on the Rise, selected from hundreds of candidates. We congratulate this year’s winners on stepping up, pushing forward and committing to the real estate marketplace.
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