Treasurer: Sylvia Seabolt
When Sylvia started working alongside her REALTOR® mom, Gale Dunn, in high school, she never counted on making a career in the field of real estate. She wasn’t counting on getting her real estate license in 2000, or obtaining her Texas Brokers License in 2008.
Never would Sylvia have guessed how many families she’s been able to help, the meaningful and cherished relationships she’s cultivated, or the pace of growth for the brokerage she and Gale now run together.
And she certainly couldn’t have predicted the number of offices and leadership roles she would embark upon over the next 18 years, serving in a multitude of elected roles and offices for local and national organizations.
While Sylvia wasn’t counting on the incredible career she’s built over the last two decades, one thing was clear to her clients, colleagues, family, and friends, from the very start:
"You can count on Sylvia Seabolt."
Since 2000, Sylvia’s dedicated her time, expertise, and talent to the North Texas real estate market and beyond. Her passion for advocating education and empowering women to become entrepreneurs and industry leaders aligned well with the mission of the Women’s Council of REALTORS®. And before she even obtained her license, Sylvia was an active member of the professional real estate community.
Sylvia has chaired numerous committees and served in various positions on both the local and State Level of Women’s Council of REALTORS®, Lake Cities Association of REALTORS® Collin County Association of REALTORS®, MetroTex Association of REALTORS® and North Texas Young Professionals Network.
Beyond her expertise in relationship-building, influence, and cultivating talent, Sylvia’s a high-level strategist, applying her insights in technology and innovation as a current member of the Women’s Council National Executive Committee. Sylvia’s belief in supporting and promoting strong women REALTORS® is evident in her service, mentorship, and personal financial investment in RPAC.
Around North Texas, Sylvia’s involved in her community, church and local schools, devoting time and resources most recently to help friends and neighbors in Rebuild Rowlett following an EF-4 Tornado.
Along for this amazing journey is Sylvia’s main support system: her family. She’s been married for 19 years to Casey Seabolt; and they have 2 sons, Chase and Cayden, whom she never would have counted on being taller than her already!