About Tanya Marchiol
A graduate of Indiana University, I studied Telecommunications and Italian. Prior to launching TEAM Investments in 1998, I played volleyball in Italy. Upon my return to the States, I took a temporary job at golf course to determine what to do with my life after an extensive sports career.
Life took an unexpected turn when a golf cart flipped and crushed my ankle during work. The debilitating injury left me immobilized and on strict bed rest. During my time in the hospital, I flipped through several real estate books given to my as a gift by my mother. Soon discovering a new passion, real estate.
After an agonizing six months of surgeries, I took the real estate exam and started buying and selling properties. My neighbor at the time, Justin Lucas of the Arizona Cardinals, heard about what I was doing and asked for my help. That year, he bought 13 houses and TEAM Investments was born. I developed a system for educating and empowering her clients to intelligently handle their financial and business matters.
In addition to my success in business, I am also an avid community activist. I am the owner of Capos Rescue Kennels, a nonprofit which helps organizations provide for large breed dogs that need to be loved and cared for.
Supporting organizations like North Shore Animal League America, Best Friends Animal Society, and Furever Friends, I happily donate my time and funds to rescue and shelter abused or abandoned pets. I was recently asked to be a co-spokesperson with Beth Sterns for the largest no-kill shelter in the world, North Shore Animal League America, and is enthusiastic about creating awareness for the 8,000,000 animals in shelters every year.
I am also a breast cancer awareness advocate. Ssupporting the Susan G. Komen Foundation and sponsors several events that champion breast cancer research. Equally, my beliefs in supporting our troops returning from war is one of the greatest things I can do. For every Veteran who buys a home, I donate a portion of the commissions back to the heroes that make our freedoms possible.