Heidi Would Joins Terra Firma Global Partners in Sebastopol

Sebastopol, CA (March 1, 2019) – Terra Firma Global Partners co-founders Bill Facendini and Heidi Rickerd-Rizzo announced today that Sebastopol-native Heidi Would has joined the firm as an Associate and will serve home buyers and sellers throughout Sonoma County, as well as investors/sellers of commercial investment and destination properties.

For the past 20 years Ms. Would has successfully run vacation rentals and managed investment properties as an investor.

Prior to Terra Firma Global Partners, she was Vice President and a Shareholder of ChromaGraphics, a commercial printing company. In that role, Ms. Would managed over $6 million in sales, provided leadership for the company, administrative management and financial operations. Earlier, she served the wine industry as a graphics designer and communications manager responsible for communications and branding.

An active community contributor, Ms. Would is a member of the American Heart Association Go Red for Women Executive Leadership Team. She has also supported the Center for Well-Being, PDI Surgery Center and LIME Foundation, among others.  

A graduate of Analy High School in Sebastopol, her family heritage in Sonoma County dates back to 1938.  

ABbout Terra Firma Global Partners – A Real Estate Company for Life 

Terra Firma Global Partners (www.terrafirmaglobalpartners.com) is a locally owned and operated boutique real estate company with offices in Napa, Sonoma and Marin Counties. Founded in 2010 by real estate veterans Bill Facendini and Heidi Rickerd-Rizzo, the company’s vision is to provide clients with a personal experience that keeps them a client for life, giving them the trust and confidence to refer friends and family to Terra Firma for all of their real estate needs. The firm has been voted one of the best places to work in the North Bay for four consecutive years and company co-founder Heidi Rickerd-Rizzo was recognized in 2016 as one of the North Bay’s top women business leaders by the North Bay Business Journal.

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