Jeni Friedrich moved to Colorado in 1996, after working in NY City, LA and Dallas, where she worked as the Managing Editor for various magazines. She moved to the mountains for the promise of a simple, more active lifestyle. An avid yoga study, cross-country skier and dog owner, Breckenridge has proven to be a haven to both embrace an active lifestyle and share this mountain paradise with others looking to simplify and experience mountain life.
While in Colorado, she has worked in hospitality as a Spa Director and Events and Marketing Coordinator, and she was co-owner of a marketing firm Breckenridge, whose primary client was the Breckenridge Resort Chamber. A graduate of the University of Oklahoma with a BA in Literature, she continues to write in many diverse capacities and has many published articles and reviews. She studied at the University of Edinburgh and attended post-graduate courses at Columbia University in NYC. She worked as an assistant to the law firm for Peter Vallone, Speaker of the City Council of NY City and was a contributing editor with Paper Magazine. With a solid background in marketing and hospitality, currently, she volunteers with BreckCreate, the creative arm of the Town of Breckenridge and with the Summit Foundation.
Jeni's profession with Christie's International Real Estate Summit Colorado is proving to be a perfect fit with a strong marketing and hospitality background paired with real estate. If you are looking to buy or sell real estate in Summit and Park County, work with a local.
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