Born and raised on Philadelphia’s Main Line, Carol is a long-time resident of Bryn Mawr where she and her husband, Charlie have raised three children. Carol graduated Bryn Mawr College with a A.B. degree in Growth & Structure of Cities.

Carol is a highly regarded Realtor® who has helped hundreds of very satisfied clients during her 20+ years’ experience as a buy/sell agent for Main Line and Greater Philadelphia fine homes.

Carol has received national and local recognition for her work as a real estate agent including: Office leader in 2014 and 2015 sales; consistently in the top .5% of in company-wide sales; PREA 100 (Prudential Real Estate Affiliates – which honors the top 100 agents nationally out of 60,000 candidates) and a two-time winner of The Legend Award, all years at BHHS-- they achieved “Top of the Rock” awards, at Kurfiss one of highest producers in company.

She is dedicated to community involvement and participates in organizations like Deaver Auxiliary at Lankenau Hospital, Garden Workers club, and more. Carol is a tennis enthusiast and doting grandmother.

Professional Accreditations

  • Accredited Buyer Representative (ABR)

  • Certified Residential Specialist (CRS)

  • Graduate REALTOR Institute (GRI)

  • Senior Real Estate Specialist (SRES)

  • Certified Luxury Home Marketing Specialist

  • National Association of Realtors® (NAR)

  • Suburban West Association of Realtors (SWAR)


  • Berkshire Hathaway – Top of the Rock; Top 1% BHHS/Fox & Roach

  • PREA 100 – which honors the top 100 agents nationally out of 60,000 candidates.

  • The Legend Award twice—for high achievement in sales for 10-year increments at a time.

  • Acknowledged as one of the highest producers at Kurfiss-Sotheby’s International Realty


A 2nd generation Realtor®, Alison Ogelsby Farrell was born and raised in Bryn Mawr. Today, Ali and her husband Tom have made the Main Line their home where their young children attend the local schools, sports activities, and community events.

Ali believes that every client is entitled to a buying or selling experience that is as convenient, stress-free, satisfying, and successful. Whether she is working with a first-time buyer, a second-time seller, an empty nester seeking to “buy and sell” in the same county, or an estate owner relocating for family reasons – all Ali’s clients receive the same exemplary and personalized service.

An outstanding athlete, Ali achieved numerous All-American and Hall of Fame honors while a student at The Shipley School and Roanoke College. Still active in racquet sports, Ali serves on the board of the Merion Cricket Club. Ali is an ardent community volunteer who has served on boards and assorted committees for Lankenau Hospital, Peter's Place,, and the Young Friends of the Philadelphia Antiques Show among others.

Professional Accreditations:

  • National Association of Realtors  (NAR)

  • Suburban West Association of Realtors (SWAR)


  • Berkshire Hathaway—Top of the Rock; Top 1% BHHS / Fox & Roach

  • PREA 100—which honors the top 100 agents natiionally out of 60,000 candidates

  • The Legend Award

  • Acknowledged as one of the highest producers at Kurfiss Sotheby’s International Realty



A retired finance executive, Charlie assists his wife Carol and his daughter, Ali, with researching and marketing properties as well as managing general business matters and keeping up with all the tech advances in real estate.  He has had his real estate license for the last 10 years.  Charlie grew up in Bryn Mawr.  He graduated from Episcopal Academy and has his BS in marketing and a MBA from Temple University.  He has worked for Fortune 500 firms in sales and marketing, and as a Comptroller at Polank Rhorer.  Also, he has been an officer in several startups, as well as, establishing a lacrosse company with his son on the West Coast (ALL WEST LACROSSE).

Charlie is very active participant in Episcopal Academy’s activities, having served on the Board of Trustees, he has chaired many of the Alumni committees.  Also, was a member of the Merion Cricket Club Board and continues to take a very active role in all their squash activities, as well as, playing competitively.  



Luke Ogelsby joined CBRE in March of 2004 as a part of the Wheel Program, the premier training program in commercial real estate. Over the past 15 years, Mr. Ogelsby has worked on a broad range of assignments including Landlord and Tenant representation of both office and industrial properties. 

With experience in both sales and leasing, Mr. Ogelsby leverages his extensive market knowledge of Market neighborhood in order to find creative solutions for his clients. Mr. Ogelsby’s ingenuity has allowed him to provide long-term strategic planning and global real estate strategies for his clients that range from Fortune 500 corporations to venture funded startups. By leveraging the CBRE platform and tailoring the company’s services to meet his clients' needs, Mr. Ogelsby is able to put into place a sound real estate strategy that maximizes his client’s bottom line.

Mr. Ogelsby is a leading member of CBRE’s Technology and Media Practice Group, where he was elected to serve as part of the Executive Committee. The Technology & Media Practice Group was formed specifically to address the needs of growing companies in the tech/media sectors across an international real estate landscape.


Matt played professional lacrosse for over 13 years for teams all over the country and now focuses his energy and attention on teaching the game to boys and girls on the West Coast.

The lacrosse landscape has changed dramatically over the past decade. In Matt’s hometown of Philadelphia, the top national college lacrosse programs once ignored talented players choosing, instead, to recruit from the traditional lacrosse hotbeds of Baltimore, Long Island, and upstate New York. As a high school junior, he was overlooked by the elite programs of that time.

Fortunately, Duke gave him the opportunity to play Division I lacrosse.  Given this window, Matt made a commitment to himself and his team to work hard and help take Duke to the next level.  Duke was ranked #15 nationally in 1991.  When Matt graduated in 1995, Duke was ranked #4 in the country and he was the first Division I First Team All-American named from Duke since the 1950′s.  Duke went to its first NCAA Final Four in 1997.  Though Matt had already graduated, he takes great pride in being one of the many contributors to the improvement of Duke’s program.