Managing Partner & Head of Awesomeness
When I started The Christine Cowern Team in 2013, I had no idea where it would eventually lead. If I did, maybe I would have called it “The Kick-Ass Woman Doing Kick-Ass Things Team”.
Back in the day, I was working in advertising sales in British Columbia until the fateful moment when I met with a Toronto real estate agent and got a glimpse into what my life could be like. I moved back to Toronto and the rest, as they say, is history.
With a spark of passion, thousands of hours of work, and determination, I’ve built this team over the years into one of the most successful and respected real estate teams in the city. Winning my brokerage’s Platinum Club Award and Hall of Fame Award in 2011 after only 4 years in the business, I had the taste of success from the get-go. (I was thrilled because this type of award is typically reserved for more seasoned agents).
Finding success early on made me realize that the true value of working as a real estate agent is not about the money or the rewards–it’s about the impact you make.
And I’m fully committed to inspiring those around me and making a positive difference in the lives of others.
Since 2019, I’ve taken a step back from sales, to follow another one of my passions–personal and professional development. What exactly does that mean? I manage all aspects of the team’s operations, marketing, and everything in between. But I also provide support, training, client initiatives, team building, and beyond.
If that sounds like a lot, well, it is! But luckily I thrive in an environment where I can wear multiple hats, have my hands in all the pots, and juggle a thousand different things at once. Maybe it’s a cliche, but for me, it’s the perfect condition to flourish.
When I’m not working on improving our systems, perfecting the client experience, or talking about the next big thing in marketing, you can find me reading, taking courses, or watching webinars. Call it an addiction! Ask me about the latest book I’m reading and I’ll likely give you at least four different titles.