Anji Dimitriou-Currie

She has always had a profound love for Real Estate, a passion that led her to purchase and renovate houses, working alongside her father. Growing up, her father was her guiding light, sharing invaluable skills. At the tender age of 6, she fondly recalls collaborating with him to build a bread oven from scratch, a memory etched in her heart.

Her childhood was filled with shared moments, from learning to use tools and bending metal to rewiring cords. Music also held a special place in her heart. Her father, a disco dance teacher, introduced her to a treasure trove of disco records that she still cherishes. Drums captured her attention at just 4 years old, as she improvised rhythms with her mother's wooden spoons on upturned metal garbage cans—much to her parents' amusement.

As she matured, her interest in music evolved into DJing. With a wealth of records at her fingertips, DJing became a natural extension. At 14, she took the stage with a grunge band, winning a school talent show and subsequently performing at notable Toronto venues, including the Opera House.

Retail remained a constant thread in her life until 1999, when, at the age of 21, she boldly embarked on entrepreneurship, opening her own clothing store in Downtown Toronto. While pursuing her retail venture, she continued DJing, which presented her with remarkable encounters and connections with luminaries like Snoop Dogg, Salt ‘N’ Pepa, and Boy George.

Her journey expanded to encompass house flipping, a venture that took her to diverse locations, from Hamilton and Oshawa to the United States, including Florida and Arizona. Notably, she acquired a farm in Arizona with plans to cultivate organic CBD. However, the unforeseen onset of Covid-19 brought her plans to a halt, including a substantial contract with Sunoco.

Navigating the pandemic's challenges, she persevered, focusing on her thriving T-shirt printing business with prestigious clients such as Home Depot and Sunnybrook Hospital. Despite this success, a longing to fulfill her personal aspirations persisted. The responsibility of caring for her wife, who battled stage 4 cancer, curtailed her DJing pursuits, prompting a pivotal decision.

Amidst life's challenges, she resolved to prioritize her own dreams, setting her sights on a career in Real Estate. Undaunted by the usual two-year college course, she accomplished it in just six months, a testament to her dedication. Now, armed with a Real Estate license, she stands resolute, ready to realize her dreams, unwavering in her determination to overcome any obstacles that come her way.