I have been the Team Leader/Business Coach for the Keller Williams office in Lubbock, TX since December of 2004. The vision of our office is to be the real estate company of choice.
Get to know Debbie Frapp
Our Lubbock Keller Williams office opened in July 2001. As of June 2007, we have a total of 96 active agents in our local office. We are a part of the North-Texas, New Mexico region.
Debbie Frapp's Blog Posts
My dad was military so I was fortunate to spend a lot of my youth in Europe. I have lifed in Lubbock more and longer than any other city so I do call it home. I graduated from Coronado High School and soon after spent time in Georgia and the Dallas Area. I have two wonderful boys, Bryan and Justin and they by far are my greatest accomplishments!! While I have had many different opportunities in my professional life, they have all shared a theme of helping others. I have been serving as the Team Leader of the Lubbock Keller Williams office since December of 2004. I accepted that role because I had found a company that had values that matched my own, a mission statement that was exciting and people that I absolutely love!!!!
My personal mission statement reads:
"I will lead with example, teach with my heart and love other people with the intent of creating a magnificent life for myself and others."
My educational background and current certifications and professional licenses:Texas Tech University - Bachelor of Science Wayland Baptist University - Masters of Educational Psychology Licensed Real Estate Salesperson Keller Williams Realty Certified Team Leader Keller Williams University Certified Instructor (Market Center)
Past Professional Accomplishments:1992 - 1997 Presented over 41 workshop and training events across the State of Texas for certified and lisenced counselors. All courses eligible for continuing education units. 1993 - 2003 Licensed Chemical Dependency Counselor with Texas. 1997 - 2003 Presented over 100 trainings across the state country on crisis intervention, and suicide prevention and intervention, communication, strategic planning. 1994 Developed curriculum for the Center for the Study of Addiction at Texas Tech University for students in addiction counseling. 1996 Member of the National Association of Alcholism and Drug Abuse Counselors Strategic Planning Board. Charter Member of the Lubbock Avalanche Journal Editorial Board Lubbock Police Department, trainer, team member and assisted with development of the Crisis Team. 2003-2004 Part-time faculty for Lubbock Christian University, Department of Behavioral Sciences.