You could call Jacqueline Lotzof a super connector. Changing careers five years ago to pursue her passion for real estate, Jacqueline builds deep relationships with her clients, striving to connect them to their dream homes.
When Jacqueline isn't making connections through the housing market, she is fostering them between people in her community. She connects with other women as VP of Area Development on JUF's Young Women's Board; with fellow parents in jBaby Chicago; with other mitzvah-doers as a committee member for TOV's annual Good Deeds Day; and with fellow art-lovers as a board member of The Art Center of Highland Park.
Jacqueline believes in connecting to the world outside her community too. She hopes to one day travel the globe with her family to learn about new cultures and people.
Residential real estate broker, @properties
ON THE SIDE:
Self-proclaimed foodie, traveler, farmers market groupie, and fitness enthusiast
Married my high school sweetheart and have three children (ages 5, 2, and 2)
DESCRIBE YOURSELF IN 10 WORDS OR LESS:
Loving parent, spouse mindful of how I live each day
HOW YOU JEW IN CHICAGO:
Most importantly, I raise my children with Jewish values and ruach (spirit). I support the Jewish community through leadership roles at JUF and as an active congregant from my synagogue, North Suburban Synagogue Beth El in Highland Park. Growing up in an involved and active Federation family taught me the importance of strengthening the Jewish community. I want my children to learn that same lesson from the home life my husband and I are creating for them.