Originally from the the Central Coast of California, Kristine has traveled extensively and has lived throughout the United States and in Japan.
It was while vacationing in Jackson Hole that Kristine and her dog Kitsu found their forever home.
After falling in love with the beauty of the Tetons and limitless outdoor activities, she left her fast-paced life as an advocate on Capitol Hill for the United States Air Force, and moved to Jackson. Now her true passion is to help others find their mountain home.
Kristine enjoys both downhill and cross-country skiing, mountain biking, hiking and hanging out in Jackson’s great restaurants. She also helps to run a non-profit serving wounded veterans, and sits on the Teton County Historic Preservation Board.
Kristine is a graduate of Cal Poly State University, and the University of Alaska.