Ruth Fennell – “Motivated to Work with Seniors”

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By , December 5, 2011
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Ruth Fennell

Prior to entering real estate, Ruth worked in corporate Training and Human Resources for several large multi-national corporations, including USAA Insurance and Capital One. Currently Ruth lives in the Nashville, Tennessee area and is an approved Real Estate Buyers Agent Council (REBAC®) instructor for their courses, such as the Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR®) and GREEN® designations, the Seniors Real Estate Specialist (SRES®) designation, Short Sale and Foreclosure Resource (SFR®) certification, and e-Buyer®. In addition to a Masters in Adult Education from the University of South Florida, Ruth has a long list of other professional credentials, including eighteen real estate designations and the Senior Professional in Human Resources (SPHR). Ruth has also written a book, Loving Senior Transitions: The Top Five Questions Baby Boomers Need to Ask to Help Aging Loved Ones. The book gives families a framework to understand some of the challenges of aging and where to find help. In the book, she has internet links to almost 650 organizations and resources that will offer peace of mind to people of all ages.

Contact Information:
Cell:      615-975-7884
Email: Ruth@LovingSeniorTransitions.com
Website: www.LovingSeniorTransitions.com

December 5 – Motivated to Work with Seniors
Uncover the motivation that lead Ruth Fennell into learning in-depth about  working with Seniors and their families. Perhaps this information will inspire you to seek out a similar path.

December 12 – Loving Senior Transitions
Join Karel Murray as she interviews Ruth Fennel as she describes the catalyst for writing her book.

December 19 – Going Deep into the Senior Market
If you have ever wondered how the marketplace is different and how your approach will work best with the Senior Market, consider listening in while Karel Murray chats with Ruth Fennel about hot issues that seniors care about.

December 26 – Benefits Abound
Learn the techniques and tips from “Loving Senior Transitions: The Top Five Questions Baby Boomers Need to Ask to Help Aging Loved Ones” written by Ruth Fennell.

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