Savannah is an urban planning and real estate professional that currently resides in the San Francisco Bay Area and the Reno/Tahoe area with her Cocker Spaniel, Hallie.

A San Francisco native, Savannah decided to attend college in the Midwest at the University of Notre Dame where she was a Division 1 athlete and served as coxswain for the Women’s Rowing Team. At Notre Dame, she studied business and obtained a BBA in marketing. She then went on to complete two Master’s degrees at Columbia University in Urban Planning and Real Estate Development.

The daughter of a Northern California and Northern Nevada developer, Savannah has a special interest in the planning and development issues of the San Francisco Bay Area. She aimed much of her graduate level research on these topics and considers herself a specialist on the San Francisco home ownership crisis and the role that Silicon Valley tech companies have played in affordability issues for middle class residents.