Steven Armstrong

Steven Armstrong


Steven came to Columbus, GA in 2008 to join Aflac Incorporated's US Operations, serving in various roles over the next 6 years in the Fortune 100 company's Strategic Planning and Marketing Divisions. In 2014, Steven joined Coldwell Banker KPDD and would spend the next 4 years as a full-time residential sales agent. Steven received the 2015 Rookie of the Year award, the Billy Brescia Golden Rule award in 2017, and achieved the Columbus Board of Realtor's Circle of Excellence award each year in his tenure as a sales agent. In 2018 Steven transitioned to a full-time position with Coldwell Banker KPDD as the Director of Coaching and Agent Development focusing on the training, growth, and development of newly licensed sales agents in the first 12 months of their real estate careers. In 2022, Steven transitioned to the role of Vice President of Agent Development, overseeing broader training, development, and agent support initiatives for the company, as well as various other brokerage operations and strategic growth priorities.

Steven graduated from Valdosta State University in 2008 with a degree in Marketing & Business Administration, and from Columbus State University in 2013 with a Masters of Science in Organizational Leadership.

He and his wife Drew have three daughters - Ava, Camille, and Everly. Their family time is often spent at the area softball fields, pickle ball courts, bike paths, hiking trails, and rooting for the Atlanta Braves. Their family also attends Wynnbrook Baptist Church, where Steven serves as one of the worship leaders, and together with Drew as children's church leaders.

Coldwell Banker KPDD has thrived on a long history of market-leading agent training and development. Steven is honored to carry on this legacy of excellence and enjoys the opportunity each day to make a contribution to enhancing the lives and careers of the agents he gets to serve, so that they are better equipped to achieve their goals, and in turn, better serve the people of our community.