Expertise & Qualifications
- 2018 Northwestern VT Rookie of the Year!
- Member of Northwestern Vermont Board of Realtors
- Member of Young Professional Network
- 12 years Executive Director
- 15 plus years Customer Service
- Growing not only a business, but a community
- Volunteer: Tatum's Totes, helping children in Foster Care
As the former Executive Director for Leaps and Bounds Child Development Center, Krista Lacroix was instrumental in growing a successful business to serve 200 children and families in four locations throughout Chittenden County. Her responsibilities varied from hiring compassionate caregivers to providing enrollment information and supporting daily operations of the centers; Krista’s passion for her work ensured children, families and teachers were supported while propelling the center's growth.
Throughout the years, Krista discovered how much she loved researching and negotiating new commercial space for the centers; helping design and oversee construction; and developing a team of professionals driven to a common goal. In 2017, she left early childhood education to pursue real estate full-time, helping home buyers and sellers make informed decisions.
Krista strives to work as a partner with her customers and clients, providing outstanding customer service, care and compassion! In 2018 she won Northwestern Vermont "Rookie of the Year" Award, demonstrating her hard work, results, and commitment to clients.
An educator by training, Krista regularly hosts complimentary home buyer seminars "Slice and Home Buying Advice". Her seminars connect first time or buyers who haven’t been through the process in a while to local resources that will help prepare them for success.
Krista resides in South Burlington with her fiancé Rob and 2 sons, Rylan and Lennox. In her free time, you'll catch her cheering on her son's sports teams or helping with a local nonprofit, Tatum's Totes. As a Coordinator for Tatum’s Totes in Chittenden County, Krista helps to provide children entering into the VT Foster Care System with some comfort items to call their own.
- Kathy, Alburgh
- Mollie, Monkton
- R. D., South Burlington