First elected to public office in 2005, Bexar County Commissioner Kevin Wolff's career has centered around public service. As a decorated Navy veteran, Wolff spent nearly a decade proudly serving our Country on the USS Mahan and in the Naval reserves. Now, as the only Republican Bexar County Commissioner, Wolff is Bexar County's strongest voice for fiscal conservatism and strong Republican principles.
A graduate of Tom C. Clark High School, Wolff earned both a Bachelor of Business Administration and a Master of Business Administration from St. Mary's University. Wolff's professional experience is in human resources, organizational design, operational, and business development and operations for a number of Fortune 500 companies including serving as a SVP for Citi Group HR in New York during 9/11 and as the EVP & COO for First American Title here in Bexar County and he has worked in Delaware, New York City and San Antonio.
From 2005 through 2008 Wolff was honored to represent San Antonio City Council District 9. While on City Council, Wolff lead the council in initiatives to improve infrastructure, increase the San Antonio Police Department police force, strengthen the ethics ordinance for city council members, and create library facilities in Stone Oak, all while adhering to his conservative principles. He also pushed through a budget that had a tax rate decrease, the first decrease in more than 10 years.
As Bexar County Commissioner for Precinct 3, Kevin Wolff has been a leader in economic development for our region. As the Co-Chairman of the Military Transformation Task Force, Wolff has helped direct the BRAC 2005 expansion. Additionally, he has worked with the People's Republic of China in opening trade negotiations, which will financially benefit our region. Wolff has worked with corporations throughout the nation to bring high paying jobs to Bexar County, including the new Medtronic Research and Education Center, which will provide nearly 1500 jobs.
In addition to serving Bexar County through the Commissioner's Court, Wolff has served on the board of directors for Family Violence Prevention Services, which operates the Battered Women's Shelter of Bexar County. He has also served on the board of directors for the North San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, Gateway San Antonio and the advisory board of Sterling Bank. Additionally, he is a life member of the VFW (Veterans of Foreign Wars) and co-founder of Post 8842 in San Antonio.
Commissioner Wolff and his wife Sandi have been married since 1992 and enjoy spending time with their daughter Sydney.