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East Cobb resident Anna Hunt has been named an associate at terra alma, a commercial real estate advisory based in Alpharetta that specializes in emerging retail and restaurant brands.
She had previously worked at Van Michael Salons as a hair stylist and in a management capacity and has a decade of experience in customer relations and in building relationships.
“I’ll have a hand in transactions from the beginning and the opportunity to work with unique, exciting clients,” Hunt said in a release. “Best of all, I’m not just a number and not doing landlord work like I would have been doing at a bigger firm. I get the opportunity to work all over Atlanta with cool developments.”
Edie Weintraub, terra firma’s founder and Chief Community Builder, said Hunt’s “enthusiasm and eagerness are contagious.”
Hunt attended Valdosta State University and Georgia Perimeter College. She holds a cosmetology license from Aveda and is a former member of the Atlanta Board of Realtors.
She and her husband have two dogs and a cat and they enjoy hiking in North Georgia, taking the dogs on long walks, hiking, camping, exploring the great outdoors and traveling around the country.
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