Alana Dixon's Listings
Alana E. Dixon graduated with a bachelor’s degree in business communications from Stevenson University and went on to work for The Baltimore Sun Media Group. Home design and lifestyle gradually drew her into the magazine division, where she gained a love and appreciation for interior decor with editorials such as Chesapeake Home & Living. Eventually moving on to pursue the launch of an online home decor and antiques boutique, she enjoyed working with One Kings Lane for some time before she was led to employment with Antique Exchange Interiors. With the aforementioned background, Alana continues to embrace the history and architecture of Baltimore as well as all it has to offer its residents, and enjoys her current position in real estate with The Mullican Group of Cummings & Co.
She and her husband, Zachary, reside in Homeland with their daughter, Cecily, and attend Cathedral of Mary Our Queen. They are also members of the Elkridge Harford Hunt Club in Monkton. In her spare time, Alana serves on the Homeland Board, sits on the Homeland Architectural Committee, and is a member of the Homeland Garden Club. Alana volunteers at Ladew Topiary Gardens, supports the Creutzfeldt-Jakob Disease Foundation and The Maryland Historical Society, and actively enjoys genealogy and barre fitness. While much of her business is in Homeland, Guilford, and Roland Park, it also extends to Ruxton and hunt country of Baltimore and Harford County.