Bobbie Brewster

TITLE: Sales Associate
CELL PHONE: 202-415-8515
E-MAIL: bobbie.brewster@wfp.com

LICENSED IN:
District of Columbia,Maryland, Virginia

LANGUAGES:
French and Spanish

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Before turning to real estate, Bobbie worked at the National Trust for Historic Preservation. She has a Master's Degree in Architectural History and has specialized in the sale of fine historic properties. Before joining WFP in 2007 after a successful career working for two prominent local real estate brokerages. She has a lifetime understanding of design to enhance the marketing of properties. "Good Design Is Good Business."

Bobbie has had 25 years of combined sales and targeted marketing experience. She is known for excellent customer service and her ability to negotiate. She is particularly effective in a competitive market. Bobbie has sold six embassies, several office buildings and has worked with many U.S. officials and foreign diplomats. She was named Realtor of the Year by WDCAR. In 2015 and in 2017 she was recognized as a Best Agent and a Top Producer by Washingtonian Magazine.

EDUCATION:
Bachelor of Arts in English Literature, Colby College
Master of Arts in Architectural History, American University
Post-graduate diplomas, Ecole du Louvre, Sorbonne, University of Madrid, Oxford University

COMMUNITY INVOLVEMENT PAST AND PRESENT:
Chair (2007 and 2012) annual benefit for Mitchell Park in Kalorama
Chair (2008, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012) benefit for Washington Concert Opera
Board Member, Washington Concert Opera (2008-2012)
Chair (2009), benefit to restore World War I Memorial
Founding Member, World War I Memorial Foundation to restore Memorial on National Mall
Founders Board Member, Historic Mount Vernon, 2009 to present
Chair, benefit for 50th Anniversary of Lady Bird Johnson's Conference on Scenic Beauty for Highway Beautification, 2015
Women's Committee, Washington National Opera, 2008—present
Chair, 36th Anniversary Gala for Washington Chapter of French Heritage Society at Residence of French Ambassador, 2018