Roxanna Devlin

Experienced Attorney and Financial Executive

About Roxanna Devlin

Throughout her career in the financial services industry, Roxanna Devlin has innovated new ways of driving value for client companies. As a student at Duke Law School, she cofounded the import/export group Triangle Trade Corp., which targeted reproductions of artwork from the State Russian Museums, as well as commodities for distribution. Roxanna Anspach Devlin then went on to practice as an attorney, during which time she built in-depth experience with corporate and securities law.

Roxanna Anspach Devlin successfully became an executive in the financial sector, as vice president of equity derivatives with Paine Webber, now known as UBS. She chiefly developed the derivative products for a corporate clientele. Currently, she represents buyers as a realtor with Keller Williams Realty in Nashville, Tennessee.

Ms. Devlin enjoys traveling in her free time and has visited destinations across North America, Europe, Asia, and the Caribbean. An outdoors and sports enthusiast, and an avid cook as well, she creatively experiments with a variety of world cuisines and counts Mediterranean and Asian dishes among her favorites.

Tennessee Bike Trails

A Nashville-based realtor, Roxanna Anspach Devlin represents buyers and sellers through Keller Williams Realty. In her spare time, Roxanna Devlin stays active by swimming, playing tennis, and bicycling.

With more than 30 trails in the state of Tennessee, bikers have numerous options for heading out on a relaxing ride. Cumberland River Bicentennial Trail in Ashland City is a 6.5-mile ride that takes individuals along various wetlands and waterfalls. Located just outside of Nashville, the trail also features streams, a railroad bridge, and Eagle Pass, a 2.5-mile stretch not passable by road bike.

The Chattanooga Riverwalk, also referred to as the Tennessee Riverpark, will eventually wind for more than 20 miles from downtown Chattanooga and past several landmarks to Moccasin Bend National Park. At the moment, eight miles of the trail can be enjoyed, beginning at the Tennessee River’s south bank. Bikers are encouraged to park at Ross’s Landing, just past the aquarium.