HOUSTON, TX – 12-28-2018 (PRDistribution.com) — Tiffany Curry, a successful Real Estate Broker in Houston, Texas with Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices and CEO of the newly founded The Heiress Companies/Heiress Global has been inducted into The National Civil Rights Hall of Fame.
A thriving real estate broker associate in Houston, TX, Curry ranks in the Top 2% of Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brokerage network worldwide and #1 at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Anderson Properties’ Upper Kirby/River Oaks Luxury office. In her 12 years in real estate Curry has been the recipient of a number of Houston’s highest achievements including: Woman of the Year ‘17, Houston Realtor of the Year ’11 (the first African American female in history to achieve the honor individually with no other winners in the same year and youngest person overall also in the history of the Houston Association of Realtors) Houston Business Journal 40 Under 40 (Class of 2012), Entrepreneur of the Year by the Women’s Council of Realtors Houston, Top 20 Under 40 Rising Stars in Real Estate, Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices President’s Circle and Chairman’s Circle Gold. Tiffany served as 1 of 15 Top BHHS associates on the National BHHS re_think Council, a Think-tank bringing Millennial perspectives to Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices senior executives for the company’s over 40,000-member network worldwide.A driven leader, Curry has been an inspiration for many to follow. Tiffany continues to lead with grace and perseverance doing the right thing to advance fairness for all in which she comes in contact. Curry believes in the saying, “There is never a wrong time to do the right thing”.“Live your dreams, tomorrow is not promised. Stand up for what you believe in! The only thing certain is that you have a choice to decide who you are. What you want to be. Never let anyone define your purpose, your happiness or your dreams. Always BELIEVE your best life is in front of you! Own it, explore it, achieve it! I stand on the hands of time and admire the sacrifice made by so many great men and women in some of the most challenging times in American history. Their triumphs, struggles, blood, sweat and tears helped shape and define this great nation. Their commitment to civil rights and the advancement of all people will not be forgotten. There are many years left ahead to continue advancement for people in this country and around the world.”Curry enjoys molding youth and communities. Curry has officially founded the D.R.E.A.M. program for the National Civil Rights Library in honor of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. to increase real estate ownership and wealth among the African American and underserved communities. DREAM is an educational curriculum to educate students of color in underprivileged communities by providing equal opportunity through educating on how to advance and save their communities through owning real estate. We must become the lender and not just the borrower! I founded D.R.E.A.M. as I wanted to give something back that could help people plant seeds by providing opportunities to help others change their circumstance for themselves and their families as well. Knowledge is power, teaching others how to “fish” through knowledge can feed their mind and advance them for a lifetime.Tiffany operates a global clientele and sees no limits! Her clients are attracted to her honesty, inviting personality, her unparalleled drive and passion to succeed in addition to her uncompromised ability to take business to the next level. There is no I in team, however there is “am”. Believe in yourself and that “I am striving to leave something greater than myself in this world for future generations, for our children’s children and the betterment of all mankind. Remember, a little goes a long way!Being recognized for an achievement is great, however, the victory is in the eyes of the heavens above. I thank the National Civil Rights Hall of Fame for seeing a gift in me to share and lead generations to come! Our future shines bright. A Houston native, Tiffany is a graduate of Texas Southern University. Growing up in third ward Houston, Texas, Tiffany attended several the area’s schools including Jack Yates Senior High School, James D. Ryan Middle School and J. Will Jones Elementary, she is a member of Wheeler Avenue Baptist Church.
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