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Roxanna Devlin

  • Realtor
  • Keller Williams Realty

    Research interests

    Highly Trained Real Estate and Finance Professional


    Holding a bachelor of arts in anthropology from Amherst College and a juris doctor from Duke Law School, Roxanna Anspach Devlin has held a wide variety of positions throughout her successful career. While in law school, she practiced securities and corporate law at the New York attorney general’s office and at the New York firm of Davis, Polk, & Wardwell. Also during law school, Roxanna Devlin cofounded Triangle Trade Corp, which focused on commodities from abroad that held promise in the U.S. market. Her diverse career history also includes a tenure at Paine Webber, now UBS, where she served as the vice president of equity derivatives. Currently, Roxanna Devlin serves as a realtor at Keller Williams Realty in Nashville, Tennessee. Focusing largely on condos, single family homes, luxury homes, and investment properties, she represents both buyers and sellers, handling negotiations, contracts, and closings. In her free time, Roxanna Devlin enjoys a wide range of hobbies. She loves reading and is particularly fond of Ernest Hemingway and Sherwood Anderson, and British authors, including Shakespeare and J.K. Rowling. Maintaining an active lifestyle, she enjoys cycling, swimming, and playing tennis and walking. Also an accomplished cook, Ms. Devlin loves making different foods from around the world, with her favorite types of food being French, Asian, and Mediterranean dishes. She has traveled extensively to such places as England, France, Italy, Switzerland, Monaco, Austria, the Netherlands, Denmark, Scandinavia, Greece, Russia, South Africa, the Caribbean, Bermuda , Japan, Hong Kong, southern China, and Vietnam, in addition to various locations throughout the United States, Alaska and Hawaii.

    Professional experience


    Keller Williams Realty

    January 2012 - Present

    Education history

    Duke University

    January 1987 - January 1990(3 years)