Shauna has been a top-producing agent in the office for 10 years, working with clients in Laguna Beach, Monarch Beach, Laguna Niguel and Dana Point.
She has a bachelor's degree in education from USC.
Shauna launched her two-decade real estate career as sales manager for Covington Homes in Orange and San Diego counties.
Before joining Covington, she honed her abilities as an award-winning sales manager for Minolta Business Systems, where she led her sales team to the No. 1 spot in the nation.
Shauna Covington is the secretary and a director for the Laguna Board of Realtors as well as a director of Prudential's luxury division and the Southern California Multiple Listing Service.
Success boils down to putting yourself in your client's shoes, she said.
"It's knowing what they need in their life at that particular time, where they want to go — then helping them make that next chapter happen," she said. "Clients look to us for knowledge. We need to be able to give them all the details they need to be confident about us and about their own decisions."
Shauna resides in South Orange County.
For more information, call (949) 395-8786 or visit http://www.shaunacovington.com.
The following are from City Manager John Pietig's Friday Update of April 29.
•Sunset Serenades begin free concerts at 6:30 p.m. Fridays starting this week with Tommy Davy Band and Gypsy jazz at the Picnic Beach entrance in Heisler Park the concerts. Singer-songwriter Beth Wood performs May 13, the Berkley Hunts gives eclectic folk May 20 and Matt Poltrano Trio bring piano jazz on May 27.
•The Arts Commission has selected a sculpture by Jon Seeman for temporary installation in Heisler Park. "Watch Your Toes" is created of steel and will be on exhibit through June 2013. The sculpture will be on the ocean side of the Inn at Laguna Beach and is on loan from Marion Meyer Contemporary Art.
•On Tuesday, the Festival of Arts, Artist Fund Committee installed "Go Gold" at City Hall. The exhibit includes works from Festival of Arts exhibitors and will be on display through June 20. A reception will be at 5 p.m. June 2, prior to First Thursday's Art Walk.
•The city, Waste Management and Tierra Verde Industries are teaming up to give away free compost to residents from 8 a.m. to noon May 12 at the Act V Los, 1900 Laguna Canyon Road, as a thank you for participation in the city's residential green waste recycling program. Last year, residents diverted 4,500 tons from the landfill, which amounted to 24% of the entire residential waste stream. Empty sand bags will be provided, which residents can fill with compost. There will be a limit of six bags (about 80 lbs.) per household. Distributions are on a first come, first served basis for Laguna Beach residents only.