LinkedIn Profile: https://www.linkedin.com/in/siskron
University: : Centenary College of Louisiana
Current City: : Bossier, LA

Gabby began her real estate career in August of 2018 as a listing agent with Innovative Realty LLC, grossing about a million dollars in home value in her first year of holding her license. She has also learned valuable skills in marketing through her time volunteering as a Marketing Analyst Intern for Habitat for Humanity, interning with Human Resources at the local Hilton Riverside Hotel. As of August 2020, she has expanded her real estate experience into the commercial field as a Commercial Realtor and Business Broker through a partnership development program between Innovative Realty and KW Commercial and in association with Business Broker and CBI, Russell Bernstein.

Gabby Barre developed an early interest in real estate after witnessing the devastation of Hurricane Katrina in her home town of New Orleans. Seeing the positive impact of real estate and businesses’ efforts in rebuilding local New Orleans neighborhoods, she became a Louisiana Licensed Real Estate Agent, only at the age of 18. Gabby is currently pursuing a Double Major in English Literature and Finance on a merit-based scholarship; she is expected to graduate from Loyola University New Orleans with Honors in 2022.

Gabby began her real estate career in August of 2018 as a listing agent with Innovative Realty LLC, grossing about a million dollars in home value in her first year of holding her license. She has also learned valuable skills in marketing through her time volunteering as a Marketing Analyst Intern for Habitat for Humanity, interning with Human Resources at the local Hilton Riverside Hotel. As of August 2020, she has expanded her real estate experience into the commercial field as a Commercial Realtor and Business Broker through a partnership development program between Innovative Realty and KW Commercial and in association with Business Broker and CBI, Russell Bernstein. 

Gabby has been actively involved in her community throughout the years; she has volunteered locally with Habitat for Humanity, Second Harvest Food Bank, and the SPCA. She has also been involved in national foundations such as the Hispanic Scholarship Fund and Forte Foundation. Gabby was a recipient of the Hispanic Scholar Award in 2019. She has since participated in conferences and conventions concerning inclusion and awareness of Latinx communities in national corporations. As a proud member of the Forte Foundation, Gabby has also been a participant in furthering the Forte Foundation's mission to support equal representation and advancement of women in business fields. On campus, Gabby has worked as a Board of Appeals member handling Title IX cases and helping protect and represent students with grievances through the university. She also extends this student representation effort as an active volunteer with the on-campus Loyola University Women's Resource Center. Through her commitment to Delta Sigma Pi, she has held various positions in chair committees, all in which she has assisted in organizing, scheduling, and connecting fellow members to local business and corporation opportunities through networking events.

While Gabby is mostly involved in the business world, she also shares a passion for Creative Writing & Literature. She shows her dedication to the craft of writing through her work as an English Tutor for Loyola University students, in which she enjoys helping her peers develop the critical thinking, reading, and writing skills necessary to advance in their academic careers. She is also an avid writer and reporter for The Loyola Maroon, a campus-wide newspaper organization. Gabby is planning to broaden her writing capabilities in Oxford, England, in which she has been accepted to study Literature at Oxford University for her 2021 Summer semester. 

Throughout her upbringing in New Orleans, Gabby has held an interest in the New Orleans Arts & Cultural scene. Her first experience with an art form was as a fashion designer. Through a designing course, she was invited to participate in Nola Fashion Week, and her dress design was featured in the Times-Picayune in January 2016. Her hobbies also include photography, a skill she has developed over the years, photographing the cultural and diverse landscapes of New Orleans. Two of her photos have been featured in the Ogden Museum during White Linen Night for 2017 and 2018. She also loves being a part of the Krewe of Orpheus as a rider. She enjoys the ability to celebrate her city in the Mardi Gras festivities and bring this unique tradition to life for locals and tourists alike along the carnival parade route.