Lee Rand is known for her generous spirit to always offer a listening ear and helping hand. She delights in meeting people and hearing their stories, and her passion for aiding others propelled her career path as a teacher and academic coach for 20 years, 13 of those at Ravenscroft School. Lee’s timely, consistent follow-through, attention to detail, and exemplary level of service and care during her career as a teacher earned her two prestigious teaching awards and an outstanding reputation among her students, families, and colleagues. Her experience and expertise in education translate well to her career as a realtor: she is dedicated, supportive, and patient, and exudes a calming presence. She is a proactive communicator and problem-solver; her ability to break down significant decisions in a practical manner makes her a trusted advisor, ally, and friend. Whether working with clients who are weighing their options about purchasing their first home or selling to downsize, she relishes in helping them find what suits their lifestyle needs and desires.
A native of Richmond, Virginia, Lee is a St. Catherine’s School alumna who spent her summers sailing on the Chesapeake Bay (fondly referred to as “The Rivah”), enjoying family time at Wrightsville Beach, and attending Camp Seafarer. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English and a Master of Arts in Education from UNC-Chapel Hill. After teaching at Flint Hill School in northern Virginia, she returned to North Carolina in 2005, when she was offered a position at Ravenscroft School. Always excited to learn, Lee decided to embark on a second career in real estate after seeing the fulfillment and success of her brother, Harrison, who has been an agent in the North Myrtle Beach area since 2006.
Lee enjoys Tar Heel basketball, ACC sports, and time at the beach with her family and friends. She supports local restaurants and businesses and appreciates live music, especially country and bluegrass. Lee volunteers for Guardian ad Litem projects and the Wake County Special Olympics, and she is a member of White Memorial Presbyterian Church. On any given afternoon, you may see her walking around Cameron Village with her Golden Retriever puppy, Sailor, who loves meeting people as much as Lee does!