The Mike Brown Group has announced that Minette Hale has joined the team as a realtor. With over nine years of real estate experience, she brings capable, thoughtful and insightful guidance to her clients. Hale has done a little of everything in real estate, including working with buyers and sellers with existing homes and new construction as well as land and commercial properties. With a Bachelor of Science degree in education from Brigham Young University, Hale’s educational background influenced her desire to continue to learn how to best serve her clients. She has also gained experience in marketing, promotions and communications from running family businesses and serving in leadership roles in school, church and community organizations. Passionate about serving others, Hale can also be found volunteering in various capacities at her church as well as serving in her community. She is also a strong advocate for raising funds and awareness to provide treatments and a cure for FSH Muscular Dystrophy. She currently serves as the Idaho Chapter director of the FSHD Society and the co-creator and director of the Idaho Talent Fest to Cure FSHD Muscular Dystrophy.
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