With an Associate in Marketing from Hawaii Pacific University and a Bachelor of Arts from The University of British Colombia, Shae Invidiata joined the Invidiata Team in 2009 and has had the privilege to work alongside her father, Christopher Invidiata who has been servicing the Oakville, Burlington and Mississauga community since 1984. As a resident of Oakville for 20 years and Toronto for 8 years, Shae knows these markets well along with the community of people that Oakville and Toronto pride itself on.As a global citizen Shae believes strongly in giving back, “every day we have a chance to change the world.” In 2010, Shae founded a non-for-profit organization called Free-Them and since then has been recognized in the community and in Canada for her philanthropic work. Awards and Accolades 2007 and 2012 #1 REMAX Team Worldwide 2011 Nominee for Canadian Women’s Fashion Magazine Chatelaine as a Top 20 Finalist for “Canada’s Women of the Year 2011″ 2012 Recipient of the Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Medal 2012 National Freedom Award 2016 “Woman of Honour” Honouring Heroes presented by “The Joy Smith Foundation” Media and Government Free-Them is a Stakeholder to three federal bills that have amended the Criminal Code of Canada and also to the Federal Government’s National Action Plan to Combat Human Trafficking. Shae has appeared on many national and local media sources, including but not limited to, The Globe and Mail, CBC, CBC Radio, CTV, The Toronto Star, GlobalTV, CityNews, CP24 News. Shae has been a proud member of Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate since 2013.