As a native Charlottean, Karen Rockecharlie shares a great excitement and passion for her hometown, and loves introducing newcomers to the Queen City’s hotspots and hidden treasures. As a graduate of Myers Park High School and University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, her Charlotte roots run deep and her knowledge of the region is quite extensive.
Rockecharlie spent 13 years in business development in the fashion industry before transitioning into real estate. In 2014, she proudly joined Dickens Mitchener’s relocation team as Development Director. In her position, she assists Relocation Director Catharine Pappas in building and maintaining strategic corporate relationships, ensuring more transferees choose Dickens Mitchener and thus benefit from the customized move management services offered by the firm’s award-winning relocation department. She uses her keen networking abilities to secure new business for the firm, and promotes the benefits of working with Dickens Mitchener’s full-time, real estate professionals, who set the regions standard for innovative practices, client satisfaction and outstanding results.
Rockecharlie is also in charge of Dickens Mitchener’s Client Services Center, a one-stop shop for individuals and families who are planning a move. She has extensive experience assisting clients with their downsizing needs, no matter what the circumstances surrounding the move. With intimate knowledge of Charlotte’s neighborhoods and an impressive list of contacts, she is able to navigate her clients through the sometimes overwhelming task of selling their current home and then making the move into a smaller residence or even a retirement community.
Rockecharlie is married with two grown children. In her spare time, she enjoys exercising, playing bridge and reading.