VP appointed in Greenwich luxury real estate offices


Julie Peters of Darien has been appointed branch vice president of Coldwell Banker Realty’s global luxury offices in Greenwich and Old Greenwich, overseeing approximately 200 sales associates serving Fairfield County.

“Greenwich is a powerhouse in the luxury housing market, and Julie is uniquely suited to lead our local offices by providing dedicated and expert service to our clientele,” said Joe Valvano, president of Coldwell Banker Realty in Connecticut and the Westchester County, NY, in a statement.

“She is an industry leader with a wealth of expertise, a record of success and a genuine passion for mentoring industry professionals,” he said.


Global Luxury combines the Coldwell Banker name with affiliated luxury real estate agents from a network of over 96,000 agents and 2,900 offices worldwide.

For over 16 years, Peters has been a real estate broker and a peer leader in Fairfield County real estate. She holds a diploma in advertising with a specialization in marketing from Southern Methodist University. At the start of her career, she trained as a professional buyer for Neiman Marcus. Peters extended his professional experience to sales and worked as a corporate account manager for Ralph Lauren Intimates.

In 2005, Peters entered the real estate industry as a licensed salesperson and most recently obtained her broker license. In December 2020, Darien’s Board of Real Estate Agents selected her as the 2020 Real Estate Agent of the Year.

Peters is originally from Southern California but has lived in Connecticut for 26 years. She and her husband raised their three boys who attended all levels of Darien public schools. She is a dog lover and an avid tennis, platform tennis and pickleball enthusiast.

The offices of Coldwell Banker Global Luxury are located at 66 Field Point Road in Greenwich and 278 Sound Beach Ave. in Old Greenwich.

Coldwell Banker Realty in Connecticut and Westchester, a leading residential real estate brokerage firm, operates approximately 50 offices with 2,800 affiliated agents.

Camillo honored as Grand Marshal in Saint-Roch

This year’s Feast of St. Roch culminated on August 15 with a procession through the streets of Chickahominy as parishioners carried a statue of San Rocco.

First Selectman Fred Camillo, this year’s Grand Marshal, called him an honor he will remember forever. The Feast celebrates San Rocco, Saint Roch, the patron saint of infectious diseases and dogs, which Camillo noted.

“In the past 17 months, the world has experienced the worst pandemic in over 100 years. All over the world people have prayed to San Rocco, but with even more meaning over the past year and a half, ”he said.

“Also, as a dog lover, (I appreciate) the remarkable story of how a starving, ailing, lonely man was given food every day by a stray dog, who not only stayed with him, but healed his wounds by licking the future saint. , said Camille. “It is symbolic of the bond between man and dog that lasted for centuries before and after the life of Saint-Roch.”

OG students graduated from Bates College

Emily Bass of Old Greenwich graduated magna cum laude from Bates College in Lewiston, Maine, in May.

Bass, a 2017 graduate from Greenwich High School, majored in politics and minor in education and philosophy.

During his freshman year at Bates, Bass received the Charles Dana Award, the highest honor bestowed by Bates on freshmen. She graduated as a member of Phi Beta Kappa, an organization recognized as conferring the highest undergraduate academic accolades and as the oldest Greek literary society in the United States.

Greenwich students graduating from RIT

Aaron Kim of Greenwich graduated from the Rochester Institute of Technology in Rochester, NY, in May, with a bachelor’s and master’s degree in medical assistant.

Local students graduating from Hofstra University

Nicole Rogers of Greenwich graduated from Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY, in May, where she received a Doctor of Philosophy in Applied Organizational Psychology.

2 local students honored at Union College

Union College in Schenectady, NY, honors students with a GPA of at least 3.50 for the entire academic year by nominating them to the 2021 Dean’s List.

The two local students honored on the Dean’s List are Jennifer Kelly of Old Greenwich, Class of 2023 with a major in Management Economics; and William Martin of Greenwich, member of the class of 2022 with a specialization in economics and political science.

Local student makes Dean’s List to Emmanuel

Emmanuel College in Boston has named Gabriella Dipietro of Greenwich to the Dean’s List for the spring semester 2021. To qualify for a place on the Dean’s List, Emmanuel students must achieve a GPA of 3.5 or more.

Greenwich student honored at Hofstra

Grace DeLoe of Greenwich excelled in the 2021 spring semester, achieving a GPA of at least 3.5 to earn a place on the Dean’s List at Hofstra University in Hempstead, NY

Bryant names local students to deans list

Bryant University in Smithfield, RI recognizes two local students who have been named to the Dean’s List for the spring 2021 semester.

The honored students are Christopher Nicolay, member of the 2022 class of Cos Cob; and Rahul Khurana, a member of the 2024 class of Riverside.

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