Brenda Olson and her family have been grateful to call The Woodlands, Texas home since 2014. Due to numerous personal military and corporate relocations she is very aware of the challenges that come with families transitioning nationally and internationally. These experiences enable Brenda to look at her profession as an opportunity to serve her clients and understand their needs during the transition, while also assisting them in finding the right balance, so they can make the best educated choices for their real estate needs.
Prior to her career as a Realtor, Brenda served in the U.S. Army as a Communications (Signal) Officer. She earned an ROTC Scholarship in college and was a Distinguished Military Graduate. The scholarship enabled her to serve her country and instilled in her a passion to give back. She also learned the value of humility, service, honor, and integrity.
Brenda gives back to her community as an Adjunct Math Professor at Lone Star College. She is also very involved with multiple charities including the Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund, the VCFS Education Foundation and the Montgomery County Women's Shelter. The Johnny Mac Soldiers Fund provides scholarships to Veterans and family members, particularly children of our nation's fallen and disabled soldiers. The VCFS (Velo Cardio Facial Syndrome) Educational Foundation educates people and individuals with VCFS/22.q.11 Syndrome about the genetic disorder. Brenda's volunteer efforts keep her engaged with the community and she donates a portion of her real estate commissions to these charities.
Brenda really loves the relational aspect of being a real estate agent and finds it gratifying when she can support a person, couple or family with the biggest financial decision they might make in their lives. She knows how stressful home buying and selling can be and works hard to make it a smooth and painless process for her clients.