Kristyn Ackerman, Kelley Argraves, Cheryl and Tim Clements, and Erin Eisele have placed their licenses with AgentOwned Realty’s Mount Pleasant office at 824 Johnnie Dodds Boulevard.

A College of Charleston alumnus, Kristyn Ackerman has worked in real estate for more than three years. As a Navy Federal Credit Union– and USAA-certified realtor, she is able to help military-affiliated home buyers and sellers take advantage of incentives offered to service members and veterans. In addition, Mrs. Ackerman is herself a military spouse, who contributes to the Wounded Warrior Project.

Contact: kristyn.ackerman@agentowned.com, Cell: 843-860-5893

A PhD with a background in cardiovascular research, Kelley Argraves embarked on her second career as a realtor a year ago, having previously spent 20 years as a professor and researcher at MUSC. Originally from the Maryland-Washington, D.C., area, she completed her PhD in biochemistry and molecular biology from The George Washington University and her bachelor of science in biology from Mount Saint Mary’s College. Beyond her work in real estate, Dr. Argraves has two children and supports Sara’s Cure in its efforts to find a cure for clear-cell sarcoma.

Contact: kelley.argraves@agentowned.com, Cell: 843-693-3346

Cheryl and Tim Clements are the husband-and-wife duo behind the South Carolina Home Team. After spending many years navigating New York City’s complex business landscape, Mr. and Mrs. Clements relocated to the Lowcountry to begin guiding home buyers and sellers through the intricacies of the real estate sales process. A native of Sydney, Australia, Mrs. Clements has lived in the United States for more than two decades. She has a broad background in media advertising sales, both stateside and in Australia. Originally from New Jersey, Mr. Clements graduated from Allegheny College and has since garnered extensive sales management, advertising, and marketing expertise. In the area of charitable activity, Mrs. Clements prioritizes suicide prevention initiatives, while Mr. Clements supports the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation.

Contact: cheryl.clements@agentowned.com, Cell: 843-810-7372

Former bond futures trader Erin Eisele is the recipient of a bachelor’s degree in psychology from Saint Mary's College of California. Ms. Eisele relocated to the Charleston area from Chicago about a year ago and invites others to consider experiencing the “softer” lifestyle of the South. Recognizing that the real estate market is in constant flux, she draws on her strong market analysis and negotiation skills to help her clients through smooth real estate transactions. Alongside her real estate career, Ms. Eisele supports the Make-A-Wish Foundation.

Contact: erin.eisele@agentowned.com, Cell: 843-329-2273

Across the Connector, AgentOwned Realty’s Isle of Palms office at 1400-G Palm Boulevard has been joined by Jane Humphreys Callison. Since entering the real estate profession more than 20 years ago, Ms. Callison has sold homes in both the Upstate and the Lowcountry. She has worked in the Charleston market for more than 12 years. A graduate of the University of South Carolina, Ms. Callison earned the elite Graduate, Realtor Institute (GRI) designation and has been recognized as a top producer. An open and approachable business professional, she works to build longstanding relationships with her clients and meet each and every one of their home-buying or -selling expectations. In addition to assisting real estate clients in the Charleston area, Ms. Callison serves on the board and is a founding member of The Pres+On Foundation, an awareness organization that advocates for mental health knowledge and acceptance.

Contact: jane.callison@agentowned.com, Cell: 843-300-2064