Mary Thomson has been a Realtor in Marin since 2003. A third generation Bay Area native, Mary graduated Phi Beta Kappa from UCLA and received her MBA from the Yale School of Management. Mary has more than 20 years marketing and communications experience, including CNN, Viacom, Bozell Advertising, and Bay Area technology companies. Mary and her family have lived in Marin since 1993 and consider it paradise! License# 01387083.
Sarah joined the Marin Home Team in 2012 after nearly seven years in sales and marketing at Pandora Internet Radio, People magazine and People.com. Sarah was instrumental in building Pandora’s advertising support team, and was with the company through its initial public offering. Sarah graduated cum laude from UCLA, majoring in political science and communications, and is active with the UCLA Daily Bruin alumni network. She is on the board of the nonprofit Home for a Home, an organization of real estate professionals that funds the constructions of homes for people in need. Sarah was born and raised in Mill Valley, graduating from Tamalpais High School, and current lives there with her husband and two young sons. In their free time, they love exploring Marin and the Bay Area. However, they are always up for a good adventure elsewhere, having logged many frequent flyer miles over the years. License# 01911424
Born and raised in Fairfax, Victoria brings substantial local knowledge and expertise to the team. Victoria spent a decade working in the Bay Area as a stylist for catalogs, such as Restoration Hardware, and as an assistant to a number of well-known stagers and prop stylists. She is also an active singer/songwriter, performing now mostly in the Bay Area after spending several years writing and performing nationally while based in Nashville. Victoria graduated from the University of Virginia with a degree in French Language and Literature. She currently lives in San Anselmo with her husband and two children. License# 01997697
Michelle Reynolds has a demonstrated track record for solving problems creatively in high-pressure environments. Michelle joined the team in 2014 after years of experience in Venture Capital at DFJ in Menlo Park and commercial real estate at Jones Lang LaSalle in Los Angeles. A native of Northern California, Michelle graduated with honors from Loyola Marymount University in Los Angeles and currently lives in San Francisco with her husband. License # 01955007
Diane Wagner has a long and distinguished career in real estate. Licensed since 1981, she and her husband, Bob Wagner, started Wagner Realty in Mill Valley, where they currently reside. Diane has a Master’s in Business Administration, and is a Certified Residential Specialist. An active member of the community, she served as PTA President at Park Elementary and Mill Valley Middle School, was the Business Chairperson for the Tam High Foundation, and continues to actively support Tam High School and Kiddo! She is currently the rental chairperson for the Outdoor Art Club, volunteers at the Redwoods Retirement Community, and is a past board member of Scott Valley Swim and Tennis club. Diane has earned her reputation as one of the most successful real estate agents in Marin, and is respected by both her clients and her colleagues for her real estate accomplishments. License# 0811457
Robert Reffkin is an entrepreneur on a mission to help everyone find their place in the world. He was inspired to enter the world of real estate by his mother, Ruth, a longtime agent who now proudly works at Compass. After completing Columbia University in less than 3 years, Robert worked at McKinsey, Goldman Sachs, and as a Fellow in the White House before returning to Columbia for his MBA. He ran 50 marathons in 50 states to raise $1 million dollars for charities — including for New York Needs You, the non-profit he founded to serve young people living below the poverty line who are the first in their families to go to college. Robert lives in Tribeca with his wife Benis and their three children.
Ed Lynch has been involved in Marin County real estate since the early 1980s, when he started buying properties at the early age of 19. Over the next 10 years, Ed remodeled and developed numerous properties in Marin County. This included overseeing the construction of the downtown Tiburon Fire Station and the complete renovation of the substation, as well as managing day-to-day operations of the department serving the communities of Tiburon and Belvedere. Ed did this while simultaneously serving as a professional firefighter in Tiburon. In the early 1990s, Ed became a mortgage banker in Marin County with First Security Loan, followed by a tenure at RPM Mortgage in Mill Valley. Over the last two decades Ed has built a reputation as a highly respected loan consultant with a can-do, will-do attitude. Having been involved with almost all facets of real estate -- the lending side, as a buyer and seller of numerous properties, and the building/development side -- Ed has developed a keen sense of knowledge and respect for what today's buyers and sellers experience in a real estate transaction. In Ed’s words: “Buying or selling a house is something an average person may do a few times in their life, and hiring the right people to represent and guide them through the process is the most critical aspect of the transaction.” Having served 35 years in the fire service (26 years as a chief officer) Ed was also involved in strategic planning, critical incident response, personnel development, large-scale incident management, and day-to-day operations. This is yet another facet of hands-on, real-world awareness that Ed brings to his job at Pacific Union. With deep roots in Marin County and active in the community, Ed is currently vice president of the Tiburon Peninsula Foundation and recently served as Commodore of The San Francisco Yacht Club. Bringing his decades of experience in mortgage banking and fire service, Ed has developed a unique skill set that is ideally tailored to the real estate industry and to Pacific Union.