Lane Young has wide range of real estate experience stretching back over 34 years. Lane started her career as the personal assistant to one of North Carolina’s pioneering and most successful real estate developers. Lane translated this experience into a career as a real estate agent and real estate education administrator. As Director of Carolina School of Real Estate, Lane works closely with our students and the North Carolina Real Estate Commission to ensure access to the most up-to-date training and opportunities for success. Lane is your advocate and cheerleader as you work to obtain your license and training with Carolina School of Real Estate.
Patricia A. Moylan, J.D.
Post-Licensing & CE Instructor
Tricia is an attorney who began her law practice in the early 1980s in Ohio as a staff attorney with the Toledo Legal Aid Society and then as a Referee in the Lucas County Court of Common Pleas, Family Court Division.
She returned to North Carolina and was admitted to the NC State Bar in August 1987. She continued her family law practice until 1999, when she was hired as the NC Real Estate Commission’s first Legal Education Officer in its Education & Licensing Division. As Legal Education Officer, she was primarily responsible for creating the educational materials for the Commission’s annual Update/BICAR courses, was a co-author and primary editor of the Commission’s NC Real Estate Manual, the approved text for the Commission’s postlicense courses, and developed and taught the Commission’s Broker-in-Charge course from 2000 through 2017.
Tricia thoroughly enjoys sharing her knowledge with others and learning from them. Students and instructors frequently comment that Tricia has an uncanny ability to explain complex concepts in simple, understandable terms, whether orally or in writing.
University of North Carolina – Chapel Hill BA with honors in Psychology - 1978
University of Toledo College of Law Juris Doctor – 1981
Admitted to NC State Bar August, 1987 – present (active status)
Admitted to Ohio State Bar November, 1981 - present (currently inactive status)
NC Broker License 2002 (active status)
CDEI – Certified Distance Education Instructor February 2018
Amber Stotesbury Harley
Amber has been a licensed real estate broker since 2004. After graduating from Meredith College in Raleigh, NC she went to work for the NC Real Estate Commission. During her time at the Commission Amber learned the process of getting and maintaining a license from the inside. In 2012 Amber left the Commission and began her teaching career. In addition to teaching, Amber is an active residential broker and property manager. Amber currently lives in Troy, NC on Lake Tillery.
Pre-Licensing, Post-Licensing & CE Instructor
Pre-Licensing & Post-Licensing Instructor
Aneka is a NC Real Estate Broker. Aneka brings a variety of real estate experience to the table as an instructor. She began her career in Charlotte as an exclusive buyer's agent with one of the areas largest buyer's agencies at the time. She then moved on to work in new construction with a regional and later on with a national builder. Since 2006 Aneka has focused on General Brokerage in the Triad and currently works with one of the areas most successful firms.
Aneka's passion for the business and desire to help others grow and achieve the knowledge they need to be a successful real estate professional leads to her students success.
Saundra Roberson Martin worked as a real estate broker, property manager, and broker-in-charge, all before accepting a position as a full-time real estate instructor in 1987. Throughout her teaching career, Saundra has been the recipient of numerous honors for outstanding student performance on state examinations. She received the North Carolina Real Estate Educators Association’s Educator of the Year Award and the North Carolina Real Estate Commission’s Billie J. Mercer “Excellence in Education” Award. In addition, Saundra has served on the Board of Directors for the North Carolina Real Estate Educators Association.
Moreover, during her extensive career as a real estate educator, Saundra has helped write and edit several books for Dearborn Real Estate Education Publishing Company, including multiple editions of “Modern Real Estate Practice in North Carolina.” After teaching for more than 25 years, Saundra retired from her full-time faculty position in 2013. Because of her love for real estate education and fervent desire to assist those aspiring to work in the industry, Saundra has since returned to the classroom—teaching on a part-time basis.
Saundra holds a Bachelor of Arts degree and a Master of Arts degree from North Carolina Central University. She also holds a G.R.I. professional designation.
I learned from my parents, the importance of a plan. My dad, a former head football coach at Wake Forest, taught me to develop a game plan to move the ball down the field. Progressively advancing the ball involves adaption, creative solutions and concentrated effort. My mother, a gourmet cook, taught me to explore different ingredients then use them in creative ways to make wonderful food. My favorite times are spent with family gathered around the table laughing and sharing stories. Cooking and planning holiday parties for family and friends brings much joy and balance to life. Spending time with my niece and nephew, Lily and Jake, is treasured as much as life.
This brings me to a wonderfully long career in real estate. The first ten years I was a top selling Realtor in the Winston-Salem area. During the next years I managed branch offices, led a 250 agent company, developed prestigious seminars and provided coaching for hundreds of elite Realtors nationwide. Developing, communicating and implementing winning strategies are three things I am passionate about. These three hallmarks have been and continue to be the core of my business mentality.
Pre-Licensing, Post-Licensing, Cram Instructor & Math Tutor
Julie has a head for numbers and details which makes her a great resource for students. She has knowledge from being in the industry for so many years. She brings “real life” examples from her sales experience to her classroom that better helps students understand and relate to the material
Julie has a Bachelor of Science degree in Business Administration from UNC-G and an Associate of Arts degree from Brevard College. She is married to her best friend Ryan. Ryan and Julie enjoy traveling and baseball.
Contact Julie for assistance in pre and post-licensing or math tutoring at firstname.lastname@example.org
Pre-Licensing, Post-Licensing & CE Instructor
I was fortunate to enter in the profession of Real Estate fin 1988. I became a certified instructor in South Carolina in 1991 and then became certified in North Carolina in 1999. I decided to take advantage of the diversity of real estate and became a licensed appraiser in SC. I also decided to take position as trainer, recruiter, Broker-in-charge, manager of R.E office, and real estate sales and consulting.
I am currently Broker in charge/manager for Wilkinson ERA Real Estate, in Charlotte, NC and also Rock Hill, SC. I am extremely privileged to be affiliated with one of the largest and fastest growing companies in North and South Carolina.
I am a big believer in education, having earned the Consumer-Certified Real Estate consultant designation, the Certified Residential Specialist designation, Graduate, REALTOR's Institute designation, in my pursuit of additional education, not required to meet mandatory education requirements to remain licensed. As an instructor, I completed the Certified Real Estate Instructor course with the Instructor Training Institute, to become ITI Certified. I am extremely proud to have been named SC Association of REALTORs Instructor of the Year, 2005. I currently have gone into partnership to create the Real Estate School of the Carolinas, Inc and intend to offer NC and SC prelicensing, post licensing, Continuing Education and specialized training for both states.
Pre-Licensing, Post-Licensing, Cram Instructor & Math Tutor
Jane is a lifelong educator at the secondary and university levels. Her areas of educational expertise include pedagogy, technology, and science and math instruction. Her experience in real estate includes investing, property management, and brokerage. Midway through pre-licensing, Jane realized that she could bring her expertise in teaching, tutoring, and technology to the real estate classroom. That expertise combined with 20 years of experience in investing and property management and recent licensure as a full broker enables her to help real estate students learn in an effective and engaging manner.
Jane has a BS in Chemistry, MS in Analytical Chemistry, and Ed.D. in Curriculum and Instruction. She holds Administrative and Instructional Technology Specialist licensure in North Carolina and is a Broker at Blowing Rock Investment Properties in Blowing Rock, NC. She is married and enjoys cooking, playing tennis with her husband, hiking, and volunteering with her recently certified therapy dog, Pepper.
Contact Jane for assistance in pre and post-licensing or math tutoring at email@example.com.
After a career spanning over 20 years in residential and commercial construction, Brent made a natural transition into Real Estate. Brent began his career in real estate/construction in the early 1990s, when attractive real estate investment opportunities presented themselves. Brent purchased, remodeled, and sold many historic properties with great success. Brent has both owned his own residential construction and remodeling company and also served as a project superintendent for large commercial construction sites.
Brent comes from a family with a long line of teachers, and although not an instructor himself, he is passionate about offering high quality real estate education at CSRE. Through his leadership, the school’s mission is to offer excellent coursework taught by student-focused instructors at a reasonable price.
Greg began his real estate career in 1992 and obtained his broker’s license in 1993. He founded his first brokerage at that time and became a pioneer of “Flipping” homes in Winston-Salem. He bought, renovated and improved dozens of homes in Ardmore, Buena Vista, West End, Washington Park and West Salem throughout the 1990s.
By the late 1990s, having obtained a number of multi-family properties and seeing increased competition in “flipping”, Greg concentrated on the brokerage side of the industry. Working on his own and later affiliated with a leading (former) agency Greg quickly became a top producer. His love of working with buyers and sellers solidified the next stage of his real estate career, brokerage.
In 2004 Greg formed a new real estate brokerage in Winston-Salem. Along with his partners Greg helped the company quickly rise to stature in the community and become the local leader in residential real estate services.
Greg served as President and founding partner at his real estate brokerage. Greg had deep gratitude for the reception and recognition the brokerage has received both locally and nationally as a transformative leader in the real estate industry.
Recognizing a need for a full service real estate school, Greg founded Carolina School of Real Estate, LLC. Carolina School of Real Estate is quickly becoming a leading provider of education in pre-licensing, post-licensing and continuing education. Greg assembled a team of staff and instructors who are dedicated to excellence in experience, training and success for students and agents.