A Charm City native, Tania has proudly spent most of her life in Baltimore. After attending St. Paul’s School for Girls for twelve years, she stayed local and graduated from Johns Hopkins University in 2007. She received her Master’s Degree from the Johns Hopkins School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) in Washington, D.C., and then immediately joined the international defense world. She spent almost a decade working with a vast array of different clients, managing high-profile international contracts and honing her skillsets in finance, negotiation and customer relations. Tania developed a heightened awareness for people’s needs and longed to pursue a different path where she could use her innate love and talent for human connection and communication. With a strong understanding and aptitude for the real estate market, Tania joined Krauss in 2017. She brings her can-do attitude to the office every day and gives her clients the focus, attention and dedication that they deserve.
If I had to be stuck in an elevator with someone, I’d choose: The entire cast of Friends (in character, of course).
Favorite place to unplug/recharge: In Aruba, floating in the clear, salty waters of the Caribbean Sea…
Totem animal: A wolf, always striving to guide, protect and care for others. Leader of the pack.
Worst habit: Thinking, re-thinking and over-thinking how I could have done it better. Being my harshest critic, I can be gruelingly difficult on myself.
Best habit: Always giving 110% whether it’s for my clients, my family or my friends. Probably why I never sleep.
Indulgences: Coffee ice cream, a silver spoon and a late night episode of “Game of Thrones.”
Secret hidden talent: Writing. I’ve had a poet’s heart and a pen in my hand since I was a little girl.
Would post a billboard saying: ”An attitude of gratitude changes everything.”
Favorite gadget: The iPhone. We have a serious on-going love/hate relationship.
If I could wave a magic wand and change the world I would: Make it safe for my children. Fill each being with love, hope and acceptance.
Vision for living: Enjoying and staying in the present.