A licensed real estate agent in the states of Florida and Maine, Maude Packard Wright has excelled in the real estate industry for more than 20 years, specializing in both residential and commercial real estate. She attributes much of her success to her mother, an accomplished nurse who instilled in her the care and compassion that she now gives to others. Her mother was recognized for her work as an obstetrics nurse and the head nurse at Massachusetts General Hospital with a feature in a local magazine. Initially thinking she wanted to be a nurse like her mother, Ms. Wright completed three years of coursework at a nursing school before turning instead to art and design. Over the years, she studied at both the University of Maine at Augusta and the University of Southern Maine, increasing her skills as she gained expertise in art and interior design, which have given her a unique edge as a real estate professional.
Today, Ms. Wright is a real estate agent with Billero & Billero Properties as well as RE/MAX in Vero Beach, Florida. She has garnered considerable expertise working with waterfront properties, and she intends to continue her work in real estate for as long as she is able, as she is incredibly proud of what she has accomplished over the course of her career so far and hopes to do even more in the coming years. For her years of excellence in real estate, Ms. Wright has been the recipient of a number of honors and accolades, including a design award and being named a Million Dollar Producer. In 2009, she was inducted into the President’s Club and, more recently, received the title of Top Producer in 2022.
Alongside her primary responsibilities, Ms. Wright has contributed her skills to a number of other professional endeavors. Prior to finding a career in real estate, she spent time as a waitress and restaurant manager, owning and operating several restaurants. She has also spent time as a leader with the Girl Scouts of the United States of America and served as a Sunday school teacher, with a specific focus on special education students. In that vein, Ms. Wright is an active member of The Arc, a nonprofit organization that promotes and protects the human rights of people with intellectual and developmental disabilities.
When she is not working, Ms. Wright enjoys gardening, snow skiing and ice skating. She is particularly involved in the local boating community as a member of her local yacht club and Wheels and Keels Foundation Inc., a charitable organization that raises money for causes by putting on car and boat shows. Married to her husband, Capt. Gregory Henry Wright, for many happy years, she is the proud mother of three daughters, Kelly, Jessie and Corie, as well as a doting grandmother to six grandchildren, Jax, Harrison, Henry, Sam, Emeline and Isabel. Ms. Wright hopes that the future gives her an opportunity to explore and travel more, as her daughters live all over the world in such far-flung places as Hawaii and Australia.