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Our Vision

Our vision is to bring together local leadership and to help with professional development, networking opportunities, and encourage community involvement.

Our Nationwide Mission

Today Women’s Council is a nationwide community of 12,000 Real Estate Professionals who include many of the best and brightest in the business. The backbone of the Council is its network of more than 250 local and state networks in nearly 40 states. This structure represents the largest Networks infrastructure in the REALTOR® family, that represent 1,200 elected officers that drive over 1,500 programs annually that focus on business leadership. Business leadership education is a core purpose of the Council today.

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Background Story

In 1924, the California Real Estate Association formed a Women’s
Division, after members founded the idea on a train ride home from
the National Association’s convention in Washington, D.C. Fourteen
years later, Joseph Catherine, the 1938 president of the National Association of Realtors (then called the National Association of Real Estate Boards), encouraged the formation of the Women’s Council after being impressed by the California group and the immense potential of women in real estate.

At the time, NAR was already 30 years old and most decisions were
still made at the Local Board level. Unfortunately, most Local Boards were still resistant to women; however, the National Association was ready to recognize women in real estate and a positive vote resulted in the formation of a women’s division at the Annual Convention held in Milwaukee in November of 1938. Thirty-seven ambitious women represented nine states at that meeting and WCR’s inception.

Through the decades, WCR’s membership growth reflected the vast number of women choosing a career in real estate. Today we welcome men as well as women, and encourage you to get involved. Please feel free to reach out to any of us with any questions or suggestions.

Our Tulsa Chapter Documents

These are a set of guidelines, including Bylaws and Rules that we use to help with the local management and setup of the organization. As a member, you can use these to better understand how we work and collaborate.

Our Impact On Tulsa

Today, through our partnership with Greater Tulsa Realtors Association and Family & Children’s Services, we have contributed to the Backpacks for Kids Program. With your help, we are able to provide backpacks, toiletries, shoes, shirts and pants to a variety of families in need across the Tulsa metropolitan area.

Family & Children’s Services is a leading provider of behavioral health care and family services for people of all ages in Tulsa and surrounding communities. They provide 49 life-changing programs for adults and children in mental health, substance abuse, and family services.

This year our goal is helping to raise $40,000, filling 516 backpacks. This is one of the many ways we give back to and support our communities.

Tulsa WCR - Backpacks For Kids
Family Support

Family Support

+4000 families provide with toiletries, shoes, and clothes

Build Schools

Build Schools

+100 community schools helped in the Tulsa area alone

Access to Education

Access to Education

+4000 children given access to backpacks and supplies

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Through your help and your support, the Tulsa area has become one of the most visited and most loved places in the country. Sign up as a member or partner now to join us.

Our Partners

Our Partners in making Tulsa a better place.
Virtue Med Spa
Benchmark Custom BLDGS
Coldwell Banker
Simmons Homes
Farmers Insurance
Bison Moving
Community Title
US Mortgage Corp