About Henda Salmeron

A broker associate with Dave Perry-Miller & Asscociates, Henda Salmeron came to the United States in 1991 from South-Africa with the American dream of success.  She became a specialist in Dallas area real estate and a United States citizen in 2003. She lives in Lakewood and have two kids, ages 12 and 14.

She is a recent Leadership Dallas graduate and served as president of the Lakewood Neighborhood Association and on various boards and committees. As a civic volunteer she has been involved in many grassroots efforts to improve her neighborhoods and city.

An breast cancer survivor since 2009, she has become an activist in the fight against breast cancer, particularly regarding dense breast tissue. Her personal journey and efforts to change the standard of care turned into a major victory when Governor Perry signed Henda’s Law on June 17th, 2011 in Austin. The bill educates women and create awareness about their breast density, and that supplemental screening in addition to mammography may benefit them.

As an avid adventure traveler, ultra endurance athlete, scuba diver, amateur photographer and aspiring writer, Henda has traveled the globe to create a lifetime of memories, both under and above the water.

Honors and Awards: Top Producer – Dave Perry-Miller & Asscociates; Directors Circle and Hall of Fame – Ellen Terry, Realtors; D-Magazine Best Realtors; HGTV House Hunters;  City of Dallas special recognition for community relations and volunteering; Texas House of Representatives resolution about breast cancer efforts

Education: University of Pretoria, South-Africa ; Certified Residential Specialist (CRS), Certified International Property Specialist (CIPS)

Websites: www.HendasLaw.com and www.AdviceOnTheHouse.com

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