A real estate broker since 1973, Helen Lyles Geer sold 35 houses her first year in real estate. The following year Helen moved to the Lowcountry and was a million-dollar producer in Charleston and on Seabrook Island. Helen was the top producer for the last three of her five years on Seabrook. After taking a six-year hiatus, Helen re-entered the real estate world at William Means. She has been the broker-in-charge since 1993.
An aggressive leader in business and in the community, Helen has been past President of the Junior League of Charleston, on the Women's Council at the Gibbes Museum of Art, an Ambassador for the Charleston Regional Development Alliance, on the board of MUSC Children's Hospital and on the Board of the Episcopal Church Women (ECW) at St. Philip's Church. She currently serves on the Christie's International Real Estate Advisory Board and on the Board of Trustees of the Historic Charleston Foundation.