Executive Vice President, Manager
Cal BRE: 01028169
Ask Robin Dickson where she gets her energy, and she’ll tell you it's nothing. Others may say her can-do spirit is just her nature. But it makes no difference, whether this high-powered businesswoman is teaching a training class, creating a website or assisting agents with a transaction, people know there is a certain kind of drive within Robin that is rare.
After completing a decade as a corporate officer for a nationwide bank, Robin made a career change to real estate. She has always approached her career in real estate with passion and flair. Her high energy attitude helped many clients with all of their buying and selling needs. Relying on her background in finance and her intimate knowledge of the East Bay, Robin's professional opinion was highly regarded by her clients and resulted in ranking consistently among the top 1% of agents nationwide for sales volume.
Robin's management experience spans the last ten years. Beginning as a Sales Manager for the Danville and Blackhawk office of Alain Pinel Realtors, Robin later took on the management of the Pleasanton office for that firm. In 2003, she put her detail-oriented skills to work helping to start Intero Real Estate Services in the East Bay.
Now, as the Executive Vice President of J. Rockcliff Realtors, Robin's trademark energy has gone into overdrive.
Robin is on the Professorial Staff for Hobbs Herder Advertising teaching in their Management University. She is a Director for the California Association of Realtors and sits on the Standard Forms Advisory, Taxation and MLS committees. She has helped to write both technology and training programs. Robin holds both CRS (Certified Residential Specialist) and GRI (Graduate Realtors Institute) designations. Robin currently manages the Pleasanton and Livermore offices of J. Rockcliff Realtors.
She lives in the East Bay where she has been for over 40 years with her husband Dave. Together, they have three grown sons, the oldest following in Mom's footsteps as a Realtor, one is a contractor and one a student at San Francisco State University. Keeping life in perspective are two big, lovable Golden Retrievers.