Lutron and Sengled Have Bright Ideas About Home Innovation

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Coldwell Banker talks with Lutron and Sengled about trends in home lighting technology and how it’s enhancing the way we live in our homes.

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Recently, Coldwell Banker Real Estate brought together some of technology’s biggest names to discuss the state of the connected home. After the panel discussion, Coldwell Banker caught up with Matt Swatsky, Director of Product Management at Lutron and Robin Foreman, VP of Marketing & Business Development at Sengled to get their perspectives on the smart home.

Watch these video interviews to find out more about smart lighting, how it works and the best ways to use it in your home!

Senior Manager, Public Relations & Giving for Coldwell Banker. Grew up in Sarasota and attended college at Western Carolina University. Athena wanted to wake up in that city that doesn’t sleep so headed to Madison Avenue to start her marketing career. She has been with this awesome brand for more than 15 years and can be found generating buzz about CB in every way possible. Athena helps to grow the brand’s position as the most storied real estate company within the industry and has led many high-profile endeavors; she was at the forefront of the brand’s pioneering smart home campaign, raised $6 million in two years to build 130 Habitat for Humanity homes, and led the Homes for Dogs program in partnership with Adopt-a-Pet.com that resulted in tens-of-thousands of dogs finding their furever home. She currently leads the CB Supports St. Jude program, which encourages the Coldwell Banker network’s 96,000+ real estate agents to make donations to St. Jude’s Children’s Research Hospital for every real estate transaction they represent. In her spare time, you can find her either digging up a new area in her yard for another flower bed or planning her next travel adventure. She's the proud mom of three cats Jolene, Ziggy and Lucy.

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