Gina brings to her real estate practice an extensive background in business, having advised numerous companies on management, developing new business, expanding their client base, sales and branding and other initiatives. Well-known in the Hamptons as the founder and CEO of Paddle Diva, a very successful company offering stand up paddleboarding instruction and tours to a wide variety of clients and corporations, Gina has a comprehensive knowledge of Hamptons waterfronts, and a uniquely valuable perspective developed as a result of spending so much time on East End waters, making her a powerful resource for customers and clients.
Born in Chicago and raised in New York City, even as a city girl Gina had an intense love for mountains, oceans and the outdoors. She attended Syracuse University in Florence, Italy and holds a bachelor's degree from the University of Vermont and a Master's in Secondary Education from Southampton College. Her love of surfing, mountain biking, windsurfing and scuba diving led her to purchase two cottages in Amagansett's Promised Land, where she moved prior to September 11.
Gina and her husband, Scott Bradley, with whom she works as part of Ed Bruehl's team at Saunders, are raising their two children on the East End. Daughter Emma is a devoted equestrian, and son James is a golfing enthusiast.
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