Third-generation Houstonian Beth Wolff is more than just the name on the "For Sale" and "Sold" signs throughout Houston's finest neighborhoods, she is the guiding force behind her sales associates and a proven leader in her community.
Beth Wolff has been involved in every aspect of the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), the largest Realtor association in the country. Beth Wolff has been recognized by the group with prestigious Presidential Citation and the John E. Wolf Citizenship Cup. In addition to HAR, she remains active in the Texas and National Associations of Realtors, Who's Who in Luxury Real Estate and FIABCI-USA, the International Real Estate Federation.
A class III Leadership Houston graduate, Beth Wolff served on Leadership Houston’s Policy Council from 1989-1992 and was Vice Chair of Graduate Programs from 1991-1992 and chaired the Executive Briefing committee. Wolff was 1992 Chair of the Houston Association of Realtors and has also chaired Keep Houston Beautiful. Beth has served on the Executive Committee and Board of the Greater Houston Partnership, the Greater Houston YMCA and the American Red Cross, and is also a Forum Graduate of the Center for Houston’s Future. A founder of the Women’s Political Forum, Wolff is a member and Past President of the River Oaks Business Women’s Exchange Club.
Other awards include Real Estate for YMCA of Houston “Outstanding Woman”, Houston Association of Realtors “John E. Wolf Citizenship Award”, Texas Executive Women "Woman on the Move," Houston Chamber of Commerce "Life Member Award", Houston Business Journal "Who's Who in Real Estate", Unique Homes Magazine "Outstanding Megabroker" and DBA Magazine "Business Professional of the Year." Beth Wolff is in great demand as a motivational speaker.
"It is an honor and a privilege to be able to give back to the community that has been so important to me and to my company," Beth Wolff feels.