At the age of 20, Jessica Randolph rode her bike past a historic home in Nashville under renovation, called the phone number on the sign, and said, “You don’t know me, but I think this is what I want to do with my life.” The owner hired her to be his assistant, and Randolph was soon promoted to designer. At 21, she got her real estate license, and “ran as fast as I could next to some of the most successful agents in Nashville.” Today, Randolph, 25, seeks knowledge from mentors, classes, and podcasts. She has chaired the Young Professionals Network for her local association and was the youngest female practitioner to be named Rookie of the Year. This year she joined the cast of an HGTV series, “Masters of Flip,” as a design assistant. “I would love to host my own lifestyle show someday,” she says.