BIO

Camille Gardner-Hancock was born in Salt Lake City, Utah and lived there until she was 13 years old, then moved to East Lansing, Michigan where she attended high school. After high school, Camille graduated from Brigham Young University in Provo, Utah where she was a 4 year scholarship athlete in golf and graduated in Business Management.

While attending BYU, Camille met and fell in love with a Harkers Island native, Mike Hancock. She moved to Carteret County and soon after married Mike and moved to Beaufort. She loves horse-back-riding in the mountains of Utah, Wyoming, and Idaho when she gets a chance to visit family in Utah. North Carolina summers spent on Atlantic Beach and Cape Lookout have now become her favorite time of year. She has taken to fishing, horses on Shackleford Banks, and everything else the Crystal Coast has to offer! She and her husband have found a new hobby in crabbing, which helped Camille discover a new favorite food: crab cakes! Although, she’s not the chef in the family(yet), she loved to bake any kind of dessert that has chocolate in it. When Camille isn’t out on the course, or on the water, she’s out looking for people’s dream homes! Camille has an energetic personality and loves helping and working with people. For anything real estate, Camille is your gal!

FUN FACTS ABOUT ME

I love golfing.

I enjoy traveling to the mountains for hikes.

I would love to visit Greece, it just looks so beautiful!

My one guilty pleasure is Kombucha!

The trip of a lifetime that changed me was when I volunteered at a non-profit in India where we helped people suffering from Leprosy.

I always begin my day by playing wordle! Anyone else do this?

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1404 Fathom Way, Morehead City, NC 28557
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