I am thrilled to be returning to the dance floor as a judge for the 2021 Dancing Stars of Atlanta Star event. I have been in their shoes, is an understatement, as two time Star Dancer and a recipient of the People's Choice Award, I understand the sacrifice, hard work, discipline, fear, anxiousness, sore feet and joy it takes to get out there on the dance floor and do something you have never done before. Myself, was able to raise just over $275,000 for the Alzheimer's Association.
A huge special shout-out goes out to all of our dancers who have stuck with us during this time of COVID, especially since they had to hit the pause button for an entire year. They are now getting out on the dance floor to entertain us virtually. I'm so incredibly thankful for all of our Star Dancers as they help bring us one step closer to finding a cure.
Alzheimer's first introduce itself to my family and me over ten years ago when my mom was diagnosed. Managing and watching the effects it has had on someone you love so closely, especially a parent, has been one of the most painful experiences of my entire life. It is this that has fueled me to help in every way I can by attracting attention and bringing awareness to this disease, helping raise funds, so together, we can get one step closer to finding a cure.
This is a great event and these dancer have worked their tails off to entertain us and raise money for the Alzheimer’s Association. Please pause to make a donation. Your donation is what we are fighting for, and is the core of helping find a cure for this disease.
Designated a top 25 advisor for Engel & Völkers Americas and member of the exclusive Engel & Völkers property advisory, Private Office, Ken is one of the top advisors in Georgia and for Engel & Völker Atlanta. In 2020 alone, Ken exceeded $38 million in residential sales and rank top 10 for Individual Volume for the Atlanta REALTORS® Association. He was a recipient of the Engel & Völkers Americas Passion for Community Service award in 2019 as well as the Atlanta REALTORS® Association Community Service award.
Specializing in the Intown neighborhood of Morningside, Ken had had a vibrant career with over 20 years of experience. Many consider Ken the agent’s agent because of his extreme knowledge and success in the neighborhood. His passion for the community also drives him in his fundraising and community service efforts. In addition to his work for the Alzheimer’s Association, Ken contributes to the Special Olympics Georgia Chapter. In 2021, he lead a team for the Polar Plunge raising over $32,000.
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