Cynthia Steele Vance is an award winning journalist who worked for Washington, DC’s Fox Five as a reporter and news anchor. After leaving daily news she turned her lens to real estate, pioneering the use of video to sell luxury real estate in Washington, DC, Virginia and Maryland featuring some of the most iconic homes in the region. Eventually, she helped to launch the TTR Sotheby’s Washington Luxury Channel, a web-based and mobile program opening doors to the region’s most luxurious properties.
She also writes, produces and appears in videos for TTR Sotheby’s Diversity, Inclusion and Equity newsletter profiling minority owned businesses and personalities.
She is now a licensed real estate agent in Washington, DC and Virginia focused on selling luxury real estate. She was part of the team that brokered the private sale of a $24 million dollar property on Crest Lane -- the second highest sale in the region for 2020.
You can follow Cynthia’s latest real estate adventures on Instagram.
Cynthia also moderates various charity events and has served as a board member for a number of organizations. She served 12 years as a Trustee for George Washington University. Past board service includes: Wolf Trap Associates Board, WETA Public Television, and Knock Out Abuse. From 2011 to 2013, she served as George Washington University's Ambassador at several conferences at the Bilateral Women's Conference in Bern, Switzerland.
An award-winning veteran broadcast journalist, Cynthia was distinguished as the news anchor for both the morning and noon Fox news program in Washington, DC. For three years, Cynthia co-hosted the popular weekly PBS lifestyle magazine program, My Generation, which won both a Communicator Award of Excellence and a Telly Award.
Cynthia wears many hats. If you are looking to sell a luxury property, need an agent referral, a moderator or on air talent -- please shoot her an email!