Real Estate Agent
Born and raised in downtown Charleston, Leize Gaillard is an eight-generation native to Charleston, SC. Her first piece of "real estate" was a replica Charleston single house built for her by her grandfather, former Charleston Mayor, J. Palmer Gaillard, for her third Christmas.

Leize attended Charleston Day School and Porter-Gaud School before earning a Bachelor of Arts in Economics at Davidson College in Davidson, NC and a Masters of Education in Counselor Education at the University of Virginia in Charlottesville, VA.

Prior to pursuing a career with William Means, Leize worked in higher education administration at the College of Charleston. Joining her experience helping people with her love and appreciation for place, Leize joined William Means to launch her real estate career in 2014.

She is active in the Charleston community, currently serving as Education Committee Co-Chair for the Board of Society 1858, an auxiliary group of the Gibbes Museum of Art. Leize also serves as Secretary to the Board of Enough Pie, a start-up non-profit founded in 2012 aimed at promoting arts-based community development in Charleston's upper peninsula.

Leize is an avid hobbyist, making time for passions including sewing, hand crafts, and design. Leize is also a lover of the outdoors, having hiked from Georgia to New York on the Appalachian Trail in 2006. While she feels at home in the mountains, Leize's heart is in the Lowcountry, spending time at her family's home on Edisto Island when possible.

Leize Gaillard

25 Broad Street
Charleston, South Carolina, 29401 Vereinigte Staaten