Born and raised in Ft. Lauderdale, Florida, June Gardner attended Pine Crest Prepatory School and then went on to get her BA from Duke University and MSW from Boston University.
Her rich and varied education and her many interests led her to a job in Washington, DC as a Congressional press secretary and a public relations consultant. June lived on Capitol Hill from 1985 until 1989 when she and her family moved to the Wood Acres neighborhood of Bethesda. For several years she had her own business in artistic finishes and faux painting.
June has always been fascinated by art and architecture with attention to detail, both exterior and interior. Her keen sense of value and ability to track recent trends in the real estate market make her a valuable asset for her clients, whether buyers or sellers. This - along with her ability to identify and find the kind of home that will meet her clients' needs as well as personally following through on all the details of a sales transaction - have made June an outstanding real estate sales agent.
A realtor since 1999, June is licensed in DC, Maryland and Virginia. She has sold properties from Potomac, Maryland down to Capitol Hill in DC and as far south as Falls Church, Virginia. June is EcoBroker Certified and serves on the Green Subcommittee and Education Committee of the Greater Capital Area Association of Realtors. She is a Board member for Little Falls Village, an aging-in-place non-profit organization which serves residents of 20816 and also serves on the Wood Acres Citizens Association Architectural Covenants Committee.
June has traveled extensively in England and Europe, including time spent studying in Vienna, Austria. June's interests include kayaking, gardening, travel, museum going and supporting the Arts.