Ingrid Rojas was born and grew up in Toronto, Canada and still lives in the city today, with her son Gregory. She gained a Bachelor of Science degree from Queen’s University, Kingston, Ontario and a Masters of Project management from the University of North Carolina.
Following her graduation, Ingrid held some high-profile positions, including as the Director of Clinical Trials Network in the Department of Psychiatry at Columbia University, New York, where she had control of a budget of some $36 million.
After returning to her native Canada, Ingrid started a new career as a Realtor and Mortgage Agent, and she now specializes in helping her clients to negotiate the difficulties of buying and selling in the Greater Toronto area.
This experience has led to her writing a book on the subject. Avoiding the Heartbreak is an in-depth examination of the Toronto area real estate business and has been written from an insider’s viewpoint. It is available through Amazon.
When she isn’t helping people to find their dream home or writing about it, Ingrid likes to relax by reading and walking, practices Latin dancing and is an avid moviegoer.
In the future Ingrid can see herself settling down, away from the manic world of the real estate business, to run a bed and Breakfast in either the Caribbean or Central America. For Ingrid, she believes that nothing is impossible for her.