LUXURY REAL ESTATE SPECIALIST
LUXURY REAL ESTATE SPECIALIST
Stephanie Elkins
  
Stephanie Elkins
DRE: 00897565
“Success breeds success.” For Stephanie Elkins, this is more than just a motto; rather, it’s come to define her life both professionally and personally.

After a distinguished commercial real estate career spanning 33 years, Stephanie brings her considerable talents and expertise to the residential market with Hugh Cornish at Coldwell Banker Real Estate. She entered commercial real estate after college and quickly moved through the ranks to become a partner in the firm Blickman Turkus at the age of 25. She was named Salesperson of the Year at BT Commercial on four separate occasions and most recently served as Vice President of Colliers International.

This history of success is not exclusive to her professional life, either. Born and raised (mostly) in the Midwest, Stephanie left home at 13 to train to become a competitive swimmer. She represented her country on the U.S. National Team for four years in the Pan Am Games, World Championships, and the boycotted 1980 Olympics. Her impressive accomplishments include a gold medal in the 1978 World Championships, the American and World Record in sprint freestyle, and being named the captain of the Stanford University Women’s Swim Team in 1984, where she graduated with distinction.
Stephanie Elkins
  
Stephanie Elkins
DRE: 00897565
“Success breeds success.” For Stephanie Elkins, this is more than just a motto; rather, it’s come to define her life both professionally and personally.

After a distinguished commercial real estate career spanning 33 years, Stephanie brings her considerable talents and expertise to the residential market with Hugh Cornish at Coldwell Banker Real Estate. She entered commercial real estate after college and quickly moved through the ranks to become a partner in the firm Blickman Turkus at the age of 25. She was named Salesperson of the Year at BT Commercial on four separate occasions and most recently served as Vice President of Colliers International.

This history of success is not exclusive to her professional life, either. Born and raised (mostly) in the Midwest, Stephanie left home at 13 to train to become a competitive swimmer. She represented her country on the U.S. National Team for four years in the Pan Am Games, World Championships, and the boycotted 1980 Olympics. Her impressive accomplishments include a gold medal in the 1978 World Championships, the American and World Record in sprint freestyle, and being named the captain of the Stanford University Women’s Swim Team in 1984, where she graduated with distinction.
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