Ranch roots. Urban wings. Angelo grew up in the beautiful Sierra Valley on his family's third-generation cattle ranch. In 2012, Genasci Ranch was recognized by the California Agricultural Heritage Club for being in continuous operation for over 100 years. It was on this storied ranch where Angelo learned the values of integrity, hard work, service to others, and the importance of family and community. Values he still cherishes today.
After graduating from UC Berkeley, Angelo grew his urban wings and moved to Washington DC where he worked on Capitol Hill in service to the constituents of California for nearly six years. In 2017, Angelo returned to the west coast to work as the Director of Development for the nonprofit, Sierra Business Council and launched his own travel experience business, Right Hand.
Angelo has a deep passion and love for the land, serving on the Board of Directors for the California Rangeland Trust, the largest private land trust in the state of California. An alumnus of the Ranching For Profit School, Angelo understands the changing multifaceted operational dynamics of working ranches and farms across California. Being a natural bridge builder and connector, in 2020, Angelo launched Genasci Ranch podcast to learn from people who are reimagining the way we work, live, and eat.
Having lived in both rural and urban areas and worked in the public, nonprofit, and private sectors, Angelo understands the needs of a diverse cross-section of sellers and buyers in an ever-changing world. Realizing that real estate is a very personal experience, Angelo is committed to delivering the utmost professional service and care for clients' real estate needs.
An avid traveler and scuba diver, Angelo has traveled to over 15 countries across the globe and counting! Angelo enjoys being physically active by hiking the great outdoors. On the weekends Angelo loves exploring new places and experiencing unique travel adventures!