IPJ Real Estate adds a native son


MIDDLEBURY — IPJ Real Estate has hired Levi Doria as a broker assistant in our office.
An Addison County native, Doria attended Middlebury Union High School and Middlebury College, where he was a standout athlete winning multiple national championships as a member of the Panther men’s ice hockey team. After college, Doria earned a master’s degree in Environmental Law and Policy from Vermont Law School.
Doria’s professional history includes work as a fly-fishing guide in the Rocky Mountain West, and as a science teacher and upper school head at an independent school in Connecticut. Upon moving back to Vermont, he worked for more than eight years at Champlain Valley Apiaries in Middlebury as head beekeeper and vice president of operations.
Doria lives in Ripton with his wife, Joanna, and their daughters, Beatrice and Esme, as well as the family’s goats and chickens. When not with his family, he can be found fishing the rivers of Addison County, skiing in Ripton, or tracking the woods of the Green Mountains. He also enjoys volunteering in his community and working as his daughters’ coach in their various sports and activities.
“We are thrilled to have Levi among our ranks here at IPJ Real Estate,” IPJRE owner Amey Ryan said. “We have been consistently busy for many years now and having a qualified and friendly assistant will allow us to continue to deliver a high level of service to our customers and clients.”

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