Breanne Hall grew up in a northwest suburb of Chicago, Illinois. She attended Illinois Wesleyan University where she majored in physics and math. She was quite the nerd in school but was also very involved in athletics and service projects. Breanne studied abroad in Australia during her last year in school and learned that her true passion was exploring new places and meeting new people. This discovery led her to move to Colorado in August 2006. The mountains and the outdoor lifestyle were too hard to pass up. Once there, she taught high school math for 5 years and then decided she wanted a change in career and happened to come upon Colorado Home Realty.
Breanne is the Director of Education at CHR. This means she will most likely be the one you are transferred to if you have any questions about CHR. She can also be found being the local tech guru, handling the accounting, helping new agents join our great company, and working on numerous projects to better the company. She enjoys helping people and immediately felt at home when she started working with CHR. It is a place where she can work hard and also laugh a lot.
Breanne loves to be outside. She tries to go to the mountains as often as possible. Whether it is to ski in the winter, mountain bike in the summer, or go for a hike anytime during the year with her husband and dog. One of her passions is photography and she has big dreams of traveling to many different places in the world to pursue this even more. Breanne recently moved to the Littleton area after living in downtown Denver for over 7 years and is always up for trying a new restaurant or going to a sports game. Even though her true love will always be the Cubs and Bears, she doesn’t mind rooting for the Rockies and Broncos every so often.
Favorite Places in the US Other Than Colorado: Islamorada, Florida; Kapalua, Maui; Laguna Beach, California; Chicago, Illinois
Favorite Places in the World: Whitsundays, Australia; Geneva, Switzerland; Corsica, France; Venice, Italy
Favorite Dr. Seuss Book: “Oh, The Places You’ll Go!”
Favorite Tree: Aspen, of course