DISTINCTIVE WOMEN Magazine Ft. VIVIEN SHARON
This exclusive magazine features Canadian Women entrepreneurs and I was invited to the party...
This past Monday evening I had one of the most incredible evenings ever when I attended the official launch of the 2016-17 Canadian Distinguished Women Magazine. This event took place at Miracle 10 Boutique in Yorkville. Not only was I treated to delicious gourmet appetizers and red and white wine, but I had the opportunity to mingle among many distinguished women who are included in this year’s issue. The magazine highlights empowered women from coast to coast who have made major strides in their chosen professions.
The cities represent distinguished women from Halifax, Montreal, Ottawa, Toronto, Calgary and Vancouver. As a Yorkville boutique real estate broker, I was proud to be among this year’s Toronto honorees, including Laura Adams, Lynn Bennett, Amrita Bhalla, Dr. Agatha Bis, Sharon Maharaj, Lauren and Anita Kain. Many of these women are not only leaders in their careers but also take great pride in giving back to their community. I am thrilled to have been singled out among such dynamic women who take charge of their lives and influence others along the way.
This publication features Canadian women who have been successful in forging their dreams in their chosen field of expertise. Several months ago, I was selected to be the real estate professional from the Toronto area to be recognized.
The official launch happened at Miracle 10 Boutique at 67 Scollard on Monday, Oct 24, 2016.
I have personally enjoyed every aspect of the residential real estate lifecycle from renting, buying, selling, and investing and I am passionate about helping people find their new beginnings also.
As a niche specialist in the mid-Toronto condo market and helping Boomers downsize from their large home to a deluxe condominium in the city, I thrive on helping my clients.
I am honoured, thrilled and humbled by this exclusive inclusion. Special thanks to all of my clients and the sage advice of my peers for making this happen.