William “Brad” Wolfe received a B.A. in Economics from The University of Texas at Austin in 1988, and immediately returned to Brownsville, joining the family business of NovaLink, Inc., as General Manager. NovaLink is an international “maquiladora” company with a logistics and distribution center in Brownsville, and manufacturing facilities in Matamoros and Reynosa, Tamaulipas, Mexico. In this capacity, Mr. Wolfe has helped small, medium, and large, Fortune 500 companies with their workforce and operational challenges for more than two decades. Mr. Wolfe also has business interests in the real estate and ranching industries in Texas and Mexico.
Mr. Wolfe serves on the Executive Board of the Texas Wildlife Association and is an Organizer and Director of the Las Huellas Wildlife Association. He is on the Saint Joseph Academy Board of Directors and Finance Committee and previously served as Chairman of the Academy’s Building & Grounds Committee. In recent years, he was President of the Episcopal Day School Foundation, and served on the Episcopal Day School Board of Directors and on the Wells Fargo Bank Brownsville Community Advisory Board.
Brad has a record of service to his community. He currently serves on three boards and has been a member of four other community-based organizations.
Current Board Membership:
- Saint Joseph Academy – Director, Finance Committee
- Texas Wildlife Association – Executive Board Member
- Las Huellas Wildlife Association – Organizer & Director
Past Board Membership:
- Episcopal Day School Board of Directors
- Episcopal Day School Foundation – President
- Saint Joseph Academy – Director, Building & Grounds Committee Chair
- Wells Fargo Bank Community Advisory Board Brownsville
Current Organization Membership:
- Shikar Safari Club International