Dana Coleman moved to Waldorf in 1999. She studied Psychology, English and Business at Trinity Washington University in Washington, D.C. Dana proceeded to obtain her real estate license in Maryland and carried a part-time schedule while working simultaneously in the fast-paced, upscale environment of Property Management, focusing on client delight in luxury residential, condominium, PUD and multi-family homes. Passionate about customer satisfaction, Dana continued to excel in the Property Management industry, managing large portfolios of up to 2,000+ homes to include professional support at the Washington, National Harbor.
With encouragement from her friends and family, she jumped back into real estate full time with CENTURY 21 New Millennium — the #1 CENTURY 21 firm in the world, four years running! In her free time, Dana loves the beach, where she finds a sense of peace and calm with her husband, Julius, her four children, God-grandson and Yorkie, “Fatz.” Dana also runs a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization, Vanessa’s Vault, Inc., which promotes health (cervical cancer awareness) and welfare (clothing and food support) of the less fortunate in the Metropolitan Area. Grateful for an amazing group of volunteers, Dana makes sure she serves her community with care and excellence.
- In the Real Estate Industry since 1997
- Buyer/Seller Representation, specializing in Residential Home Sales
- Tenant/Landlord Representation, specializing in Residential Home Leases
- Member of the Southern Maryland Association of Realtors
- Member of the Maryland Association of Realtors
- Member of the National Association of Realtors
- Currently Serving on the Education Committee for SMAR
- Accredited Residential Property Manager
- Management Excellence Award 2013
- Member of the Institute of Real Estate Management
- Founder and CEO of Non-Profit Vanessa’s Vault, Inc.
- Married 17 years with four children