In my home country of Ghana, on the West Coast of Africa, it's in our tradition to treat everyone we meet with the hospitality most people would only offer to their family. And when you open your home to someone new, both of your lives are so much richer for it. That universal sense of community is what drove me to travel the world and eventually settle here in the United States. That's why I started a nonprofit to share America's entrepreneurial values with those less fortunate overseas while working on my Master's degree here in California. That's why I led the growth here in Southern California for the expatriate social network InterNations to over 6,000 members. And, ultimately, that's why I became a realtor in some of the most beautiful, diverse, and culturally rich towns and cities in the world, right here in the Conejo Valley. I'm so fascinated by the details of everyone I meet every day here, which is why I can hear exactly what my clients mean when they say what they want, and I can see exactly which home will be the right fit for them. And when you come to my home for one of our famous dinner and karaoke parties with my husband and our daughters, you'll probably meet more than a few past clients there as well, because, to me, they're all part of my global family.