A third-generation realtor, Kimberly Meyerdirk Schoeberlein has been immersed in the profession from an early age. She was inspired by her mother and grandfather, who were both licensed and life-long real estate agents.
Even as a teenager, Kimberly worked in several Century 21 departments: relocation, property management, commercial and residential sales. She obtained her real estate license before leaving for college, then sold real estate with her mother, Nancy Lee Meyerdirk, between classes. She used those sales to finance her way through the University of Maryland, where she graduated with Bachelor’s degrees in government and politics and international relations.
For years, Kimberly worked as a government contractor tasked with improving military healthcare. She also became the Associate Director for The Foundation for International Understanding (FIU)in San Diego, CA, uniting people of many cultures through academic homestay programs in the United States and Canada.
In 2000, Kimberly moved back to Maryland, where she resurrected her real estate career, working alongside her mother and brother, Mark. At the same time, her passion for international travel and the Italian language led her to become a program coordinator at Elderhostel Programs in Italy, Malta, France and Monaco. Since then, she has worked as a real estate broker for Classic Homes, the largest builder in Colorado Springs, CO, and a Senior Move Consultant for Erickson Living, where she helped retirees downsize their homes and relocate to senior living communities.
Kimberly now lives on Jones Creek, on the North Point Peninsula of Sparrows Point, Maryland. She spends her free time sailing, traveling internationally and Latin dancing with her husband Justin, a Sparrows Point native. The couple also enjoys hosting an annual sock burning party, crab feasts, and water sports gatherings for family and friends.