Elizabeth Dixon began her real estate career in New York City in the Corporate Relocation Group of a large commercial real estate firm. After 8 years in New York, she moved with her husband to Washington, DC.
Elizabeth was able to parlay her love of history into a job as a docent at Tudor Place in Georgetown, where she worked for nearly 10 years, conducting tours for school and special interest groups as well as tourists. During this time she was a member of the Women’s Committee for the National Symphony at the Kennedy Center where she volunteered in the yearly Symphony Showhouses, school programs, and chaired a July 4th fundraiser gala. She also began working with the homeless on the Salvation Army’s soup truck and with the Georgetown Homeless Shelter.
In 2003, the Dixon family relocated to Charleston, South Carolina. Elizabeth immediately became involved with the Charleston Concert Association and eventually served as the Education Coordinator for private schools. She also became involved in serving and cooking meals at Crisis Ministries Women and Children’s Shelter and volunteering for the Lowcountry Orphan Relief.
Subsequent to her husband’s death from cancer, Elizabeth and her children decided in 2009 to forge ahead with the family dream of living abroad. In August of 2010 Elizabeth and her 4 children relocated to Paris where they were immediately immersed in French culture. While her children attend French schools, Elizabeth participates in the multitude of historical and cultural classes and activities that Paris offers, including volunteering for various organizations throughout the community.
Her hands on and personal knowledge of relocating and submersing herself into a foreign country, along with her previous relocation experience and desire to help others, have afforded her the unique ability to assist others in their Paris relocation needs. An avid traveler, Elizabeth has been to over 50 countries on 5 continents. When not camping in the Andes, riding elephants in Thailand, or indoor skiing in Dubai. Elizabeth, her 4 children, and their 2 dogs can be found joyfully residing in Paris. She is currently at work on her first book.