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Denise began working within the real estate industry twenty years ago through several tax and accounting engagements with real estate companies while employed at a CPA firm. She continued to build a network of real estate investors and learned from their best practices in investing. Denise has 20 years of accounting, finance, and risk management experience and has managed teams of 30+ employees. Denise is a CPA and has held several finance and accounting roles with top Fortune 100 companies on teams managing over $1B in acquisitions, joint ventures, and disposition of assets. Denise has also served on the Women’s Leadership and Risk Management committees of Fortune 100 companies. Her experience in finance and accounting has made her highly skilled in analyzing data and developing financial models. Denise has been investing in real estate for ten years in a variety of asset classes as both an active and passive investor. She has been involved with over $250MM in real estate transactions. She is a general partner in 900+ units, limited partner in over 1,500 doors, and has raised millions of dollars of private capital.


Lightning Round

1. What is one fun fact about you that not that many people know?

I played basketball my whole life and I just recently got back into playing.


2. Who inspires you the most and why?

My parents have inspired me the most and it’s because they did such a good job raising myself and my siblings. They set such a great example in not only, their work ethics, but also in how to be empathetic towards other people and knowing that people are in need of our help and our support.

3. What books are you reading now or have read and loved that you’d recommend?

The ONE Thing: The Surprisingly Simple Truth About Extraordinary Results by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan


4. What is one actionable tip or piece of advice that you can tell our moms out there to help them on their money journey?

One piece of financial advice is to remember to be good to yourself. It’s not so much financial advice, but when I think of moms and how hard we work in the house and outside of the house. Take some time to relax a bit and allow yourself to have some time where you’re not feeling guilty about all the things that you’re not doing because you deserve it.


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