Romina was born and raised in Caracas Venezuela and came to USA 20 years ago. She has a Bachelors Degree in Computer Science from Nueva Esparta University, Caracas and went to FIU (Florida International University) to obtain a Certificate of International Business. She lived in Italy for over a year and has spent wonderful summers growing up between Italy and Spain where her parents lived.
She lived and worked in Florida for ADP, a payroll company for over 4 years, in the Sales Department dealing with different cultures and backgrounds. Being fluent in Spanish, Italian and English has offered her opportunities to understand and identified people's needs and expectations. Along with her work ethics and organizational skills, she is able to put all of her past background to good use in helping buyers and sellers with their real estate needs!
Having owned and managed a number of properties for the last 15 years, Romina is aware of market trends, property analysis, and development opportunities.
A La Jolla resident, she enjoys spending time with her children, taking long walks on the beach and doing Pilates in her free time. She has a passion for children and people in need; leading her to run different Fundraisers in the field over the years. Particularly, she contributed and raised the funds to open the first Preschool for Homeless children for San Diego Rescue Mission. In addition, she has had the opportunity to run the fundraiser for BSCC (Bilateral Safety Corridor Coalition), a non-profit organization for Human Trafficking. That same year she was able to raise enough funds to open a second shelter for victims in San Diego.
Her participation at her children's school has been present since the beginning with the role of room mom for both children and the opportunity to lead the Language and Culture event throughout the year for the past five years at Francis Parker School. Along with her children, Romina is an active member of Torrey Pines Church were she served Sunday mornings.
She enjoys the art of cooking and baking and has hosted dozens of parties mainly catered by her. She believes San Diego is a "paradise" and we all should own a home here.