I am a licensed Real Estate Agent in the HomeLife White Rock office. Throughout 2019, I studied Real Estate and obtained my license in October through the UBC Sauder School of Business. The process has been extremely eye-opening. After watching my dad, John Campagne, in the business for the past 17 years, I am excited to take what I have learned through him and put my own experiences into it!
After finishing a diploma in Sports Science in 2017 at Douglas College, I went on to work in an elementary school as an Education Assistant. I spent two years working in the school, helping students from grades kindergarten to grade 7, and coaching various sports teams throughout the school year. Although no longer working at the school, I continue to help coach soccer and basketball, as well as referee basketball games from time to time. I am also a part-time pitching coach for the White Rock Tritons High School Baseball program. I am currently a part of the CPR (Community Public Relations) Committee for HomeLife, and will continue to work in the community as much as I can.
I have always been the type of person who loves to be busy! While at Douglas College working on my Diploma, I was also playing on the college baseball team and working part time. Better busy than bored in my mind.
I believe my mindset works hand in hand with Real Estate, and I look forward to utilizing all the skills I have obtained to ultimately benefit my clients with the successful purchase or sale of their home. I love being in the community and baseball is my passion, but the most important thing to me is having fun and eliminating stress. I look forward to doing that for you!