Lupita Moreno (aka Maripily), launched her real estate career after retiring as a Law Enforcement Officer with the California Department of Corrections & Rehabilitation Division of Adult Parole Operations. She started with her department young and determined that one day she would be helping others as a Parole Agent to re-integrate into society by teaching them important core values they were not exposed to. In her career, she promoted through the ranks from administration, to sworn positions such as a Correctional Officer then a Parole Agent. Once she retired, she felt she needed to continue learning and acquired her Real Estate License.
As a proud single mother of two-college age kids, whom she’s dedicated her life in ensuring their education with great schools, helped them reach their goals and live the life they want through hard work and having passion for life. She has instilled the same vision in her kids as they too are focused on following their own dreams and being passionate about what they do. She decided to follow her passion in what she cares most and that is helping others through her Real Estate career.
Lupita is a middle child of six, four sisters and one brother. All college educated and in law enforcement with the exception of the eldest being a professional musician. Her entire family and extended family is mostly composed of law enforcement and military, which is why she fits perfectly with the EGA Homes team. Her father and mother, humble and hard working parents, truly demonstrated the ethical and integrity principles still carried by her in dealing with multi-cultural individuals in her career as a law enforcement officer and now as a real estate agent.
Lupita lives by pillars to always educate herself and others by empowering other women and different groups of people. She feels confident she is an asset to any workplace or community groups she joins. She is an advocate for her kids, Breast Cancer Associations, Child Lures, and young women in business. She holds a Bachelor of Science in Criminal Justice from Union Institute & University, Los Angeles. She loves reading, writing, exercising to stay healthy, spending time with friends and family, and attending church groups. She has participated and volunteered in many schools on First Responder Day and Read-a-Book Day and advocates to children the importance to stay in school.
Her motto is to live a purpose Life, and if she can share something that will help others, she is open to communicate. She is looking to work hard for her clients, fight for her clients in every transaction in the same aspect she upheld her oath as a law enforcement officer.