Kerry is a veteran journalist who’s covered real estate and housing from Vancouver for the last 15 years. She’s also co-written and ghost-written six books, including Good With Money, which tells the story of dot.com entrepreneur John Lefebvre, who made half a billion dollars and decided to give most of it away. As a contributor to the Globe and Mail, her weekly column appears in the Real Estate section and covers all angles of the B.C. housing market. She has written several investigative pieces, including a Walrus cover story on the inflow of foreign money into the B.C. housing market. Prior to covering the housing beat, Kerry spent a decade as music critic at the Vancouver Sun. She went on to write Michael Buble’s rise-to-fame memoir, Onstage Offstage. She holds a bachelor of arts degree in communications and liberal arts certificate from Simon Fraser University, and a journalism certificate from Langara College. In her spare time she does volunteer work as a charity board member and for the BC Metis Federation.
Bachelor of Arts degree (Communications) and Liberal Arts Certificate, Simon Fraser University