Mio started her career in operations for Hitachi Transport System, then in finance for Mitsui O.S.K. Lines. She was recruited for the role of assistant to the CFO in a pharmaceutical and nutrition company with more than 40,000 employees worldwide. Most recently Mio became a certified Japanese translator to work on motion pictures. Her translation work can be viewed in box-office hits such as The Wolf of Wall Street, The Conjuring, Rush, Gateway, Homefront, and The Face of Love. She has also worked for The Gap, translating the company's brand and marketing into Japanese.
Mio has lived in Fukuoka Japan, Hong Kong, Guadalajara, Mexico, Madrid, Spain, Columbia, Missouri, and Palos Verdes, California, but says the Bay Area is her chosen home. Her diverse living experiences coupled with her proficiency in communications, operations, and finance give her a truly unique and powerful view of the Bay Area real estate markets. These diverse and uncommon skill sets provide her clients with service and advice that is second to none.
Mio is currently a real estate advisor on the Lederer Team, a top Bay Area real estate listing and purchasing team that has performed nationally in the top 1% for the last 15 years. She provides essential real estate and financial guidance to Bay Area homeowners and real property investors. Her clients have many ambitions: to live in the home that is right for their family, to fully fund their retirement, to take care of their families, and pay for the costs of living the Bay Area lifestyle. Her clients are devoted to using their income and assets to their fullest advantage. Mio provides valuable services, philosophy, research, data, and opinions to assist her multilingual (Japanese- and Spanish-speaking) clients with Bay Area property ownership.
Mio holds a BA in Spanish with a minor in Latin American Studies from the University of Missouri-Columbia. She is fluent in English, Japanese, and Spanish. She lives with her husband and 2 children in the distinguished bayside community of Point Richmond.