Mandy Mattox has an undergraduate degree in psychology and a master’s degree in education from Berry College in Rome, GA where she excelled as a collegiate athlete in the sport of basketball. After college she worked as an assistant basketball coach at Gardner-Webb University and then as a head coach at Mars Hill College. As a student athlete and a professional, Mandy has based her successful career on the principles of hard work, open communication, and a deep understanding of how to work with people to help them achieve their goals.
Mandy and her husband Charlie have three boys named Rob, Logan, and Carson who attend public school in New Hanover County. An active community volunteer, Mandy has spent a great deal of time in her sons’ Elementary school classrooms and with the Middle School PTA. Additionally, she has also spent time on a weekly basis volunteering at The Good Shepherd Center helping the hungry and homeless in our community.
Prior to moving to Wilmington, Mandy and her family have lived in Boone, Asheville, and Shelby, NC. After buying and selling houses with each move made throughout the state, she discovered a love for real estate. This experience has taught her how to make good decisions in both buying and selling, how to work within a defined budget, and the importance of working with a good agent who really gets to know their clients by listening to what is important to them in order to help them find their perfect home.