Meet the Team
Diane Lewis has a passion for and dedication to real estate that began over twenty years ago. Her reputation for unparalleled market knowledge, integrity, honesty and commitment to top-notch service is consistently recognized in Washingtonian Magazine’s exclusive list of Top-Producing Agents.
Diane grew up in McLean, Virginia, and graduated from Langley High School and Virginia Tech. She currently lives in North Arlington and enjoys playing tennis and golf and traveling. Before selling real estate, Diane worked for the United States Professional Tennis Registry in Hilton Head, South Carolina, where she specialized in sports marketing and membership services. Her love of tennis carries on as she is on the Board of Directors at the Washington Tennis & Education Foundation and a member of the Tennis Committee at Washington Golf & Country Club. She also supports the Junior Tennis Champions Center in College Park, which helps young people gain acceptance to top colleges through tennis.
Barbara Lewis is passionate about helping her clients. A Realtor for many years, she is one of the most respected and knowledgeable professionals in the country, and the recipient of numerous awards from her company and the industry. More than anything, however, Barbara loves to help her clients realize their real estate dreams and goals. She has a successful history of expertly negotiating a sale at the very best price for her sellers and helping her buyers find the very best home at the very best price. She has an in-depth knowledge of the market, as well as the experience and attention to details that makes everything go smoothly. Her personal goal is for each client to fondly remember the personal and professional service they received throughout the buying or selling process.
Barbara lives in McLean and is married to Warren Lee Lewis, a nationally recognized franchise attorney. The family is active in and supports numerous community organizations. Barbara is also a member of Capital Speakers Club, Welcome to Washington, Salvation Army Women's Auxiliary and ARCS (Achievement Rewards for College Scientists-Advancing Science in America). She is most passionate about her work as a member of The Board of Trustees for Joe Gibbs' Youth For Tomorrow, a residential program for troubled teenagers that provides effective counseling, vigorous education programs, and a spiritual environment that empowers youths to transform their lives.
A sports enthusiast, Barbara enjoys tennis and plays golf, but only when the weather is in the 70's. She loves traveling, especially to Southeast Asia. Barbara enjoys going to the theater and is an expert at making dinner reservations!
Amy began her real estate career with CB Commercial (CBRE) in Washington, DC. As a Marketing Specialist, Amy was part of a Landlord Services team in Tyson’s Corner and later went on to leasing in the Bethesda office. Her experience working with developers, owners and corporations in the acquisition and disposition of space has proven valuable in the residential marketplace. Most recently, Amy was an Associate with the HBC Group.
Amy is the co-founder and president of the Trevor “Birdie” Davis Water Safety Foundation. The foundation has raised public awareness of childhood drowning and is responsible for the development and growth of the Infant Swimming Rescue (ISR) class in the Washington, DC, area. The foundation has raised over $300,000 since its inception and continues to support families in need of financial aid for their children to participate in the ISR class.