Inger is the third generation of Real Estate Enthusiasts in her family, as her mother was an agent for many years with Edina Realty, along with owning several properties and grandfather likewise, with real estate investments. Today, along with being a real estate agent, Inger serves on several boards in the community that include the North Shore Health Care Foundation, Moving Matters, and Founder of the Choices and Voices Project that coordinates multiple programs to bring about restorative healing to this community and globally.
Starting from when she was young, Inger would spend all of her childhood summers with her grandmother in Lutsen. When visiting over winter, learned how to ski from Patti Nelson, mother of Olympic ski champion, Cindy Nelson, and original owner of Lutsen Mountains Ski Resort. The beauty and tranquility of this boreal forest has always been ‘ home’ to Inger even though she has lived in several different regions of the country over her professional career.
She and her husband, Brad, have come back to live as local residents, where she enjoys fishing for brook trout in local streams as one of her favorite pass-times. Her husband, Brad, who continues to consult, was formerly a MLB strength and conditioning coach with the Tigers, Rockies and Mets. They have five “millennial” children who have left the roost and are actively pursuing their life dreams.
Because of her involvement over the years in the Cook County area, Inger has a historical understanding and a keen sense of the North Shore real estate market.