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    Michele Sloan, a residential real estate agent with Houlihan Lawrence’s New Canaan office, has been named New Canaan Board of Realtors Citizen of the Year Award 2021.

    Michele Sloan

    A lifelong resident of New Canaan, Sloan is an avid volunteer. She has consistently volunteered at her children’s schools which include First Presbyterian Nursery School, East Elementary School, Saxe Middle School, New Canaan Country School and New Canaan High School. Sloan has served on numerous boards and is a past board member of The Young Women’s League, First Presbyterian Nursey School, the New Canaan Beautification League and The Country Club of New Canaan. She is a current board member of Meals on Wheels and the New Canaan Garden Club.


    “I have known Michele for many years and most recently I have had the pleasure of being her real estate manager at Houlihan Lawrence. She is an outstanding real estate professional and her tireless commitment to both her clients and colleagues is always stellar.  She always goes the extra mile with energy and enthusiasm and gives 100% to her family, friends, business and volunteer endeavors. She is such an amazing asset to our profession and community,” said Diane Jenkins, Manager of Houlihan Lawrence’s New Canaan office.


    Sloan’s passion for real estate started at a young age working in her mother’s real estate firm. After a career teaching at New Canaan Country School and Brunswick School in Greenwich, she joined forces with her mother in 2006 selling real estate.


    Sloan joined Houlihan Lawrence in April of 2018. Her professional awards and achievements include Platinum Award Designation. She is a member of the National Association of Realtors, Connecticut Association of Realtors, New Canaan Board of Realtors.


    A graduate of New Canaan schools, Sloan received her undergraduate degree from the University of Richmond and Master’s in teaching from Manhattanville College.