Real Estate Broker
Trilingual: English, Italian, French
Marisa Razionale-Pierroz has been Broker of Marcella Realty LLC since 2002. Marisa began her career in real estate in 1996 at Weichert Realtors Rye, NY. For over 25 years, she has been dedicated to providing high quality service to buyers and sellers. Customer service has always been a number one priority where client’s needs come first. Marisa sells homes in Westchester, Putnam and the Bronx.
Marisa is a graduate of Herbert H. Lehman College, Bronx, NY with a BA in Education and Italian. Rather than pursuing a career in teaching, she entered the business world where she quickly found her passion in international banking working for various US and foreign banks. Being highly organized, very motivated and ambitious, Marisa was quickly promoted to a managerial position and managed diverse departments in order to re-structure each one and develop methods to increase productivity. Marisa also worked for Royal Bank of Canada in Geneva, Switzerland for almost 3 years where among other duties, her role was to investigate bank errors and to recuperate thousands of dollars lost from these errors.
Marisa and her husband have raised their four children in Harrison where she was very active in the Harrison schools serving on PTA boards in various positions, including president, at Samuel J. Preston Elementary School and Louis M. Klein Middle School. She also dedicated over 13 years to the West Harrison Pack 5 Cub Scouts serving as Chairperson, served on the board of The Harrison High School Band Parent Association and The Children’s Hope Chest, a non-profit organization helping needy children in the surrounding communities. Marisa is currently an active member and serving as Treasurer of The Harrison Chamber of Commerce and Civic Association, Inc.
The Hudson Gateway Multiple Listing Service, Inc.,
The Hudson Gateway Association of Realtors, Inc.
The New York State Association of Realtors
Harrison Chamber of Commerce
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