Bernadette La Casse has lived on the Chesapeake Bay for the past 10 years and loves the unique charm and laid back pace of the region. She has had a life-long interest in architecture, and love of the uniqueness of houses and their many possibilities. She has been involved in real estate since 2014, and looks forward to helping you navigate your real estate needs.
Bernadette brings over 30 years’ experience in corporate operations – managing people, change and organizational development efforts with companies ranging from small non-profits to Fortune 500 companies. She has held strategic level positions with global manufacturing, financial services and pharmaceutical corporations, and has consulted to a global client base across industries. Her experience in corporate finance and management help facilitate these sometimes complex real estate transactions.
Bernadette holds a BS in Mathematics from Potsdam College and an MBA from Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, and is a guest lecturer in the business programs at Fairleigh Dickinson University and Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. She and her family live in Mathews, Virginia, on the beautiful Chesapeake Bay.
Rosemary, a Virginian originally from McLean and Richmond, has called the Chesapeake Bay area home since 2009. She and her family bought waterfront land in Mathews in 1996 and eventually designed and built their home, a dream realized and a lifestyle changed.
She has found that her decades working in the film business as a makeup artist, production coordinator, and producer have given her a set of skills that translate surprisingly well to being a Realtor. A keen eye for detail and presentation, coordinating and timing schedules, and pulling together the various professionals intrinsic to a complex process, are all significant in achieving the overall goal in mind, be it a film or purchasing or selling a home. She has been a Realtor working in this area since 2014 and enjoys showing people around the beautiful counties and small towns, each with a unique personality.
Rosemary was also a small business owner in Mathews selling locally sourced foods, which has given her a special insight into the local communities and the abundance it has to offer. She and her husband have a son Max and daughter-in-law Tory, both lawyers in NYC, who love coming home and relaxing, eating oysters they farm, crabs caught from the dock and soaking in the delicious pace of life with resident lab Buddy.