A passionate, resourceful professional, Jaymie Carter brings over 20 years of experience in working with non-profit organizations. In these roles, she developed proven skills in leadership, organization, event coordination and time management, which help ensure her clients receive the care and attention they deserve.
Originally from Akron, Ohio, Jaymie relocated to Florida’s Gulf Coast when she made her move to Parrish, where she lived for 27 years before finally settling in Bradenton. As a longtime resident of Manatee County, she offers a wealth of knowledge on the varying communities, amenities, and lifestyle options throughout her market area. This background translates perfectly to her career as a real estate agent specializing in residential properties.
Prior to joining Michael Saunders & Company, Jaymie served in management, director and coordinator positions with the Women’s Resource Center of Manatee, The Early Learning Coalition of Manatee County, Inc., and also held the position of campaign manager for Congressman Dan Miller. An active participant in her community, she has enjoyed involvement with an assortment of local foundations, charities and outreach centers, including The Sarasota Film Festival, Mote Marine, Ringling Museum of Art, South Florida Museum and Bishop Planetarium, PACE Center for Girls, and Manatee Public School Education Foundation. She currently serves on the Sarasota Film Commission, Realize Bradenton Board of Directors and Donte's Den.
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