Felecia Kluzinski

Native American born and raised in New Mexico. I received a Bachelor degree from the University of New Mexico in Health Education and Community Health Education. After graduating from college, I worked for a non-profit organization in New Mexico training non-diligent workers in rural areas under a grant funded by the United States Department of Labor. When the funding for the program subsided, I moved to Texas. I worked as a property, casualty, and life insurance agent before becoming a stay at home mother of two for the past 10 years.

During the time of being a stay at home mother, I served as a substitute teacher and youth football cheer coach for a couple of years in Loudoun County, Virginia. I enjoy exercising and spending time with family and friends. Helping others find their happiness is a joy to me. Because of that I decided to become a realtor. I enjoy working with people and helping them find not only their next place to live, but a “home” that they’ve always dreamed of… a place to hang their hat at the end of the day and to know that they’ve found their forever home.