Peggy Crowe likes to say “Everybody has a story to share.” Her own story has taken some dramatic turns over the years, affecting the way she does business today as an agent for Coldwell Banker King.
The self-described “recovering social worker” went back to grad school at age 50 as one of five charter members of the Masters in Nonprofit Organization program at the University of Georgia.
To fulfill the program’s required internship, Peggy chose to work with Habitat for Humanity, which was rolling out its Women Build project at two locations per state, one of which was Athens. She was drawn to Habitat’s approach to giving homeowners “a hand up, not a hand out."
Peggy recruited 25 female ambassadors to be the face of Women Build and over…