A native of Washington, DC, Sally read John Jakes’s “The Bastard” while in high school and decided that she had to live in Boston. This historical novel series tells the story of the American Revolution, and Boston, of course, was where all the action took place. After graduating from Boston College with a degree in communications (and a lot of history classes), she worked for a trade magazine publisher before starting her career in commercial property management. Unfortunately, it’s really cold in Boston, so home beckoned and she returned to the same neighborhood where she grew up.
After many years managing Trophy and Class A office buildings in downtown Washington, Sally left the field to spend more time with her young children and regain her sanity. In the meantime, she and her husband established a custom swimming pool design and construction business, and she enjoyed several years serving as the business manager for an historic, non-profit movie theater in Chevy Chase, DC.
Now that the kids are grown and the cats and parakeets don’t need much attention, Sally is very happy to be a part of the Vintage 59 team.