SALES MANAGER SMITHTOWN & STONY BROOK
As Sales Manager, Jacqueline Clancy wears many hats; from finding talented new agents and assisting them in the development of their careers to operating her own business as a real estate professional. After obtaining her Bachelor’s degree from Dowling College, she originally worked within the field of behavioral therapy assisting children with Autism to gain greater independence. In 2013, Jacqueline began her real estate career in her native Long Island, and after much hard work she became an associate broker only four years later. Jacqueline also managed to offer up her time and resources to budding new agents, educating and supporting them in the real estate process. Owing to this generosity, Jacqueline was recognized by the Irish Echo as a 2020 recipient of the 40 under 40 award in leadership in her real estate community. She continues to work at a high level, and is known across the region as an honest and hardworking agent who always puts her clients first.
Jacqueline’s management responsibilities extend beyond filling open sales positions with talented and qualified realtors. After she acquires and screens new candidates, coordinating the interview process and facilitating offers and employment negotiations, she provides an inexhaustible amount of support. Taking new agents under her wings, Jacqueline shows them how to build their business through honesty, devotion to their clients, and a strong work ethic. She guides them in finding new business, and even invites them to assist with her own listings. It’s her selfless and helpful nature that makes Jacqueline the successful businesswoman she is today. This is reflected in the accolades not only from her satisfied clients but also from her colleagues, as she’s part of the Sterling Circle of Accomplishment at Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty for her sales accomplishments. Working alongside the professionals at Daniel Gale Sotheby’s International Realty who provide the combination of talented staff, new technologies, and training programs, makes Jacqueline proud to be part of their organization.
Married with three daughters, she is ever the doting mother and mentor to her children. They are the inspiration for her integrity and devotion to her work, and she strives to set a good example by showing them what it takes to be a success in anything they choose to do.