Claudienne Hibbert-Smith obtained her bachelor’s degree in 2001 from The University of Florida (UF), a premiere university ranked 14th overall among all U.S. public universities according to the US News & World Report. Shortly after landing her first job out of college, she transitioned into a real estate professional and partnered with The Keyes Company. Claudienne quickly moved up the charts with her sales volume and as a result, created the Hibbert Group Real Estate Consultants.
Throughout the last eighteen years, Claudienne received various educational and Real Estate Industry credentials to include, but not limited to Chairman’s & Presidential Elite Circle, 100 Outstanding Women of Broward County, 25 Most Influential & Prominent Black Women in Business and Leadership, Top 5 Real Estate Network.
Claudienne joined the National Association of Real Estate Brokers- South Florida Board of Realtist (SFBOR) as the secretary in 2001. With great leadership preceding her, she became the Vice President and shortly thereafter, became the President. Claudienne has forged new business relationships, which has afforded the South Florida Board the opportunity to service hundreds through educational programs, hence creating homeownership. With the strong support and assistance of her board, the membership has increased and they have created an environment that encourages growth for the members, partners and homeownership.
Economic success has not deterred Claudienne from selflessly giving back. Her foundation is rooted in community service and is a primary reason she gives back to the community. She tirelessly gives her time to organize events with her 501 C 3 non-profit organization, Claudy Cares Foundation. As a result of her community involvement, she was honored with the first ever Humanitarian Unsung Hero Award in 2014.
Claudienne is always looking for new ways to improve and increase homeownership.
610 NW 183rd Street, Suite 206, Miami Gardens, FL 33169
+1 (954) 874-2211 / +1 (786) 229-6567
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