Amy Miller Wolpert is a native of Jacksonville, FL, where her mother sold residential real estate and her father owned and operated commercial real estate properties. After living in New York City, Washington DC, San Francisco, and now Raleigh, she understands the importance of establishing home and community. Amy is uniquely positioned to help newcomers to the area, having experienced a corporate relocation to the Triangle herself.
Prior to a career in real estate, Amy was a nonprofit fundraising executive with a focus on children and families. She has robust experience in raising annual and capital funds from foundation, corporate, and individual donors—connecting people to the change they want to see in the world. She received her Bachelor of Arts degree from Hollins University with a double major in English and Philosophy.
Amy resides in Raleigh with her husband John, daughter Catherine, son William, and Labradoodle Walter. She has served on a variety of boards and committees and currently serves on the annual fund committee at The Raleigh School and on the children’s committee at Christ Church Episcopal. In addition to her love of architecture and historic homes, she enjoys yoga, playing outdoors with her children, gardening, shopping estate sales, and gathering with friends.