Chris Ryan graduated from Boston State College with a degree in biology, chemistry, and the Boston VA Hospital School of medical technology with a degree in medical technology. She has years of experience in the health care field and customer service working for the Boston Veterans Hospital, Brockton Hospital, and Harvard Community Health in their laboratories and in supervisory capacities also as the lab safety officer. Chris was introduced to sales by detailing pharmaceuticals for a New York based pharmaceutical company. .She realized that she loved sales and was good at it but wanted a more local selling base. In 1997 she decided to take the Real Estate license course and exam since she and her husband Bill had invested in and managed their own real estate investments for years. Chris appreciates the opportunity to serve her customer and clients with their real estate needs. She invests her time and energy providing service that exceeds their expectations. As a result, her valued customers and clients refer their family, friends, co-workers, and neighbors to Chris when buying or selling and for other Real Estate needs. Chris is a dedicated agent committed to building lifelong Real Estate relationships one customer/client at a time. She resided in Marshfield with her husband Bill since 1976 until 2015 when Chris and her husband moved to a condo in Scituate. The condo’s view is pictured on this site. Her 2 now adult children graduated from private Universities. Son Billy, graduated from Northeastern University with a Criminal Justice degree. He currently works in law enforcement and is married to Julie. Chris and her husband are grandparents to grand daughters Emma and Avery. Daughter Lisa graduated from Quinnipiac University in Hamden Connecticut with a degree in Health Sciences and Business. Lisa just married Jason and they reside in Connecticut. Lisa is employed with medical device company. Chris is a former member and chairman of the Marshfield Board of Health so is well versed in the subject of Title 5. She even gave input to the current version while on the board in the late 80s and early 90s. Environmentally conscientious she also helped implement Marshfield’s first Household Hazardous Waste day while a member of the League of Women Voters This collection day continues through her initiatives later at town meeting where she proposed a permanent line item which was approved by town meeting voters. In the 1980s. The collection day is still held to this day each fall. Chris was a key member of a citizen’s group formed to lobby the town to purchase 122 acres of conservation land on Carolina Hill for passive recreation years ago. Chris is a former member of the Scituate Rotary. She was chairman of one of their major fundraising projects in 2006. This effort and other Rotary efforts helped earn her the distinctive Paul Harris Fellow award in appreciation of significant assistance given for the furtherance of better understanding and friendly relations among people of the world. Chris also helped plant hundreds of daffodil bulbs, representing peace and hope, behind the church on Rte 3A and on the Michael J. Kelley bridge, both in his honor. Chris was one of the first members of the Marshfield Conservation Commission Adopt a Parcel Program where in 2003 -2015 she adopted and maintained a flower bed at Veterans Park in Marshfield as a community service project. Chris was seriously injured in 2004 and tended the garden while on crutches. Chris is a two time Boston Marathon finisher who finishes what she starts.Call Chris today to get YOUR real estate job done.