Amrita is a go-getter with a can-do attitude and a smile that lights up a room. She got her first job at the age of 8 and has worked her way through school, undergrad and graduate at Uconn and Pace University. For over a decade she worked in Marketing at The New York Times but was always smitten by Real Estate, and owns investment properties of her own. While at NYTimes, Amrita had three major focuses – Project Management, Vendor and people Management, and Negotiating contracts. Amrita managed several different projects on tight deadlines, while keeping a calm and charming demeanor about her. She worked with various levels of management to secure funding, closely managed the project budgets, and managed the cross-functional teams and vendors to deliver the products to meet her customers’ needs. She negotiated her own contracts across the various vendors, giving her deeper insight into how to negotiate the best deal. She started at The Times as a Reporting Analyst and was rapidly promoted to eventually manage the entire Operations of the Marketing department. She left corporate America to pursue her passion in Real Estate and is now a full-time agent ready to apply her experience and her skill to the real estate business.