Adele comes from a long line of New Orleanians but she herself was raised in Baton Rouge. After college at Louisiana Tech and LSU, where she enjoyed being a college radio DJ more than anything, she moved to Washington DC. While there, she worked on Capitol Hill, opened a vintage clothing store named after her grandmother and great aunt from New Orleans – Meeps and Aunt Neensie’s, DJed, bartended, and produced small art shows.
After a decade in DC, Adele was homesick and moved back home to New Orleans in 1996. She quickly became involved in the cultural community. She worked at the Contemporary Arts Center for several years, co-founded another non-profit arts center called 3 Ring Circus Arts Education Center (aka The Big Top), served as volunteer coordinator for several festivals including the New Orleans Film Festival, the Ponderosa Stomp, and the Bayou Boogaloo. She has also worked for the N.O. Jazz Fest and VooDoo Festival.
Adele also has many years’ experience working as a legal secretary, including Rosenberg & Clark, LLC which specializes in commercial real estate. Her husband is involved in real estate projects renovating historic properties using tax credits. All of this made for a natural progression for Adele to go into real estate herself. In August of 2013 Adele got her real estate license and began her new career.
Adele is a lover of sailing, traveling, music, art, dogs, cooking, thrifting, and taking pictures. She loves working with New Orleans buyers, meeting so many different types of people, and getting to see amazing properties and architecture.
"I learn more about the city I love every day. And most importantly, I get to help people make their dreams come true!"