Dawn McKenna Group, Naples Florida Team

Coldwell Banker Realty

Dawn McKenna, Ashley Baird, Victoria Clarke-Payton, Wendy Garber, Jocelyn Lujen, Ardel McKenna, Maureen Runzel, Kathleen Thanas

Founded in 2016, the Dawn McKenna Group has evolved into a multi-state team of knowledgeable and resourceful real estate agents, led by Dawn McKenna. 

Formed to expand services to a market highly coveted by DMG’s Illinois clients, the DMG Naples team is now Coldwell Banker’s No. 1 team in Southwest Florida. Team members Ashley Baird, Victoria Clarke-Payton, Wendy Garber, Jocelyn Lujen, Ardel McKenna, Maureen Runzel, and Kathleen Thanas each bring a unique set of skills and experience to their clients and can advise them on all of Naples’ neighborhoods, developments and amenities, based on their desired location and lifestyle.

Baird is an accomplished equestrian with her finger on the pulse of young, affluent buyers. Her rapid success earned her recognition as a Coldwell Banker 2021 “30 Under 30” honoree. Clarke-Payton is a British expat with international art, design and lifestyle experience. Naples is a hotspot for tennis and paddle ball, and Garber’s life as a competitive player means she can tell you where, when and even who to play. With knowledge of Naples’ many exclusive subdivisions, Lujen is the DMG team’s rental and gated-community expert. When clients want the perspective of a career financial industry professional, Ardel McKenna draws on his Yale degree and investing professional experience to help clients make the right decision. If private boats and planes are your passion, then Runzel can steer you in the right direction. An accomplished golfer, Thanas’ expertise in golf clubs, golf communities and the southwest Florida golf lifestyle will help drive you to the home of your dreams.

Overseeing it all is Dawn McKenna, one of the world’s most-successful agents. A Naples homeowner for nearly a decade, McKenna fuels the team with her unmatched network of buyers, sellers and elite agents.

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