Gail Schultz

Gail Schultz
Right Choice Home Watch, LLC
Serving Seasonal Residents in Bonita Springs and North Naples
Florida
239-290-7092

Gail Schultz is the proud founder of Right Choice Home Watch. Her career journey and extensive customer service experience benefit all seasonal homeowners who engage her services.

Gail hails from Grosse Pointe, Michigan and became a southwest Florida resident in 1982. In 1986 Gail began her career in customer service as founder of Marco Island Sea Excursions, Inc., a water activities company whose clients included convention groups and associations meeting at the Marriott Marco Island and the Marco Island Hilton.

Gail sold Marco Island Sea Excursions in 1996, traveled the world and returned to Southwest Florida to obtain a BA in Communications from Florida Gulf Coast University. She enjoyed work in the health and human services fields for many years, and benefitted from such diverse experiences as training as a hospital chaplain and creating a victim advocate program for the Marco Island Police Department. Most recently, she’s been a professional pet sitter, providing overnight care to a variety of cherished pets in her clients’ homes. Gail’s civic involvement includes the Special Olympics, Kiwanis Clubs, S.A.L.T. (Seniors and Law enforcement Together) Council, the Parkinson’s Association of Southwest Florida, the Avow Hospice Community Advisory Board and Naples Interagency Council.

Gail’s many positions of trust ultimately led her decision to grow Right Choice Home Watch. In early 2017 she completed the Home Watch Training Program and she embraces the ongoing training and the sharing of best practices among fellow home watch professionals. She is your Right Choice in home watch.

Serving the Bonita Springs and North Naples areas, including Barefoot Beach, Bonita Bay, Audubon, Twin Eagles, and surrounding communities.

Each Affiliate Business, of Your Home Watch Professionals®, is independently owned and operated. They are insured, bonded, passed a background check and take part in continuous training.

 
 
 
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