Brenda was born and educated in Hastings where she gained University Entrance. After leaving school she studied for three years at Palmerston North Hospital and subsequently graduated as a Registered General and Obstetric Nurse. Whilst nursing full time, she was also enrolled at Massey University, studying Psychology, Human Development and Post Graduate Nursing Studies. She also holds a Post Graduate Diploma in Nursing the Critically Ill Adult. Brenda nursed in Palmerston North, Wellington, Christchurch and Hastings hospitals over a period of 22 years and was promoted through the ranks of Staff Nurse, Charge Nurse to Supervisor of seven wards whilst at Palmerston North Hospital.
Brenda has been working full-time in the Real Estate industry for sixteen years. Her awards over that time are testament to her drive and determination to achieve successful sales.
Brenda is a member of the Property Brokers’ Seventy-five Million Dollar Club, which recognises the achievement of individual sales in excess of 75 million dollars.
Brenda has created methods of marketing specific to each individual property, which has proven to be extremely successful. This is all carried out in a very efficient and professional manner, using fully computerised systems, which attract large numbers of buyers.
Having a Nursing background, Brenda is totally focussed on “caring for people” and relishes the challenge of meeting their needs in a stress-free manner.
Brenda is married to Dr David Jacks. They live on a five-acre block in
Havelock North overlooking the Tukituki Valley. They share their property with a cat, dog, ducks, geese, hawks, pukekos, quails, pheasants, rabbits (unfortunately) and sheep. Brenda spends her free time in her garden and developing the block of land she loves to retreat to after a busy day in Real Estate.
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