Luncheon Meeting (Members and invited Guests)
Speaker: Beth Wolff, Beth Wolff Realtors. Topic: "Real Estate Market Outlook for 2016"
Beth Wolff is a third-generation Houstonian. She has built a successful residential real estate business while establishing herself as a leader in every aspect of her community.
Involved in every aspect of the Houston Association of Realtors (HAR), the largest trade association in Houston, Beth Wolff has been recognized by the group with the prestigious Presidential Citation, the John E. Wolf Citizenship Cup and served as Chair in 1992. In addition to HAR, she is a member of the Texas and National Associations of Realtors, Who’s Who in Luxury Real Estate and FIABCI-USA, the International Real Estate Federation.
Beth has also made her mark in the Houston community having served in leadership positions with an extensive list of civic organizations. A Leadership Houston graduate of Class III, Beth has served on Leadership Houston’s Policy Council, was Vice Chair of Graduate Programs, and chaired the Executive Briefing Committee. She also chaired Keep Houston Beautiful. Beth has been appointed to serve the city by five different mayors, with her most recent appointment on the Planning Commission for the City of Houston. In addition, she served on the boards of the Better Business Bureau, the Greater Houston YMCA and currently serves on the board of the Greater Houston Partnership. Beth also co-chaired the Steering Committee for Opportunity Houston, a $32M economic development project. A founder of the Women’s Political Forum, Beth is a member and Past President of the River Oaks Business Women’s Exchange Club.
Beth’s awards include YWCA of Houston’s “Outstanding Woman in Real Estate,” Texas Executive Women’s “Woman on the Move,” Houston Chamber of Commerce’s “Life Member Award,” Houston Business Journal‘s “Who’s Who in Real Estate,” Unique Homes Magazine’s “Outstanding Megabroker,” and DBA Magazine’s “Business Professional of the Year.” Beth is a recipient of NCJW’s Faith and Humanity Award and was inducted into the Greater Houston Women’s Chamber of Commerce Hall of Fame and the Junior Achievement Hall of Achievement.