Hannah’s Bio

Headshot 1Hannah R. Abrams is the first AdviCoach Coach in Vermont. She was drawn to the company for their comprehensive approach to helping small and mid-sized businesses survive and thrive in this new world economy.

Having been on the receiving end of one-on-one and group coaching for years, she knows firsthand the rapid impact it has to foster positive changes for an  individual and an organization. Her experiences over the last 20+ years as an entrepreneur, business owner and sales manager have given her great insight into how organizations function and what resources are needed to keep businesses moving towards their goals. She has great clarity, empathy and patience when working with her clients.

Before moving to Killington, Vermont, Hannah spent six years at Prudential Unlimited Realty in their Boston and Brookline, Massachusetts offices. It was there that she worked her way up in ranking from Agent to Assistant Sales Manager of the Brookline office and then promptly to Sales Manager of the Boston office. As Manager she oversaw a 20+ agent office with over 206 annual sales transactions and multi-millions of dollars worth of property value. Additional highlights of her time as Manager were supervising a gut-renovation of the office while keeping daily operations on track, ongoing agent coaching for increased productivity, new and experienced agent recruitment all while continuing with her own buyer and seller sales transactions.

In 2000 Hannah founded and established Abrams Real Estate, Inc. in which she exclusively represented developers in the sales & marketing of their new construction, residential developments located in Weston, Lexington and Beacon Hill.

From 1995-2000 Hannah was a licensed Salesperson for an independent real estate office in Beacon Hill. It is there that she began to realize the true value and origins of her entrepreneurial spirit and become skilled at what it takes to be more than just a good technician.

Prior to real estate Hannah enjoyed a career in Public Relations and Marketing.

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