On February 17, 2021

Carolyn Bianchi joins Ski Country Real Estate

Ski Country Real Estate is pleased to welcome Carolyn Bianchi to its team. Carolyn has been enjoying the Killington region for over 25 years with her husband Jim, who grew up in Killington.

Their three children fell in love with skiing at a very early age, participating in the Killington Ski Club programs and continuing on to Killington Mountain School. Her two sons have both graduated from KMS and her daughter is currently attending.

Bianchi is a graduate of the Carroll School of Management at Boston College and spent her career in the financial services industry with notable firms including The Boston Company, Mellon Bank and Brown Brothers Harriman & Co. She is an active participant at KMS leading the school’s fundraising initiatives which include the annual auction and golf tournament as well as chair of the parent committee. She also stays actively involved with Boston College currently serving as reunion co-chair and a member of the women’s council.

Having been in the area for 25 years, Bianchi has developed an extensive knowledge of all the necessary aspects needed when considering real estate. Whether you are looking to enjoy the beauty and simplicity of the Killington region or a change of lifestyle, Carolyn Bianchi would love to assist you find the perfect home.

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