Melissa May Smith has vast experience within the creative industries. Melissa is a member of the actors union Equity and has an enhanced DBS certificate. Melissa is currently directing a national tour of 'Seeking Isolde' a new family show for Standing 8 Theatre company. Melissa trained as an actress at the The Television Workshop for 9 years after being selected through an audition process. She has been in numerous television and theatre productions over the years. She has also worked with The Theatre Writing Partnership helping to workshop and develop various new scripts. Spotlight link. Theatre and film. Melissa directed her first play 'Shakers restirred' when she was 20 and totally fell in love with directing.
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I grew up in a small community where the importance of honesty, loyalty, and family were instilled in me from the beginning. I began my career managing a title loan company. I moved to our county Probate Court where I started as a deed and mortgage recording clerk and eventually held the position of Chief Probate Clerk. I made the short move to Baldwin County in to become the supervisor of a credit union and within two years, I was manager of two branches, had achieved loan officer status, and implemented the largest fund-raising event for their charity in our region, which is now on its fifth year and continually growing! My experience has taught me the most important things in being successful are the relationships you build with your clients and dedication to your work. I look forward to devoting my time to help you with all of your real estate needs! Your browser is out of date or unsupported. Some features of this website may not work until you update to a supported browser.
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