Carolyn Roberts: General Manager

Carolyn Roberts: General

Carolyn was born in Pointe Claire, Quebec and lived in New Brunswick and Newfoundland. In 1995 she moved to Vancouver.

In Quebec, Carolyn graduated from John Abbott College and attended Concordia University where she studied Anthropology and Sociology. Upon moving to Vancouver, Carolyn enrolled in classes at Langara College and earned two certificates at BCIT; Human Resources Management and Management Systems. Carolyn also attended Simon Fraser University for a few semesters and hopes to return to SFU in the near future to complete her Bachelor degree in Business Administration.

Carolyn joined REMAX Real Estate Services as the General Manager in November 2007.

Previously, Carolyn was involved in the retirement industry as an Office Manager for five years at an upscale retirement home. Prior to that, Carolyn worked in the Investment Banking industry for five years. Carolyn also has years of experience in clothing manufacturing, sales, marketing, and physiotherapy industries. This mélange of work experience has made Carolyn the well-rounded individual that she is and enables her to assist the agents in any way she can.

At RE/MAX Real Estate Services, Carolyn is always available to help the agents, as well as their assistants and staff in any situation that arises. Whether there is a problem to work out or just to chat, Carolyn’s door is always open!

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