Jason Wolf, managing principal and founder of Wolf Commercial Real Estate in Marlton, has been named to the board of trustees at Samaritan, a not-for-profit in Mount Laurel that is a leader in all aspects of grief support, including hospice care and comfort medicine.
Samaritan CEO Mary Ann Broccolini called Wolf a natural leader with exceptional business acumen.
“I am confident that, with his passion and innate leadership skills, Jason’s work with our board will help guide our organization and lead us on a path of success in the years ahead,” she said.
Wolf, a resident of Cherry Hill, currently serves as the managing principal and founder of WCRE, a full-service commercial real estate brokerage and advisory firm based in southern New Jersey and Philadelphia.
With nearly 30 years of landlord, tenant and corporate representation experience, Wolf specializes in office, retail, medical, industrial and investment properties throughout the region, representing Fortune 500 and midsize companies throughout the nation. Prior to founding WCRE, Wolf began his career at Colliers International, starting as a salesperson and working his way up to senior vice president, principal and company shareholder.
Samaritan is a not-for-profit, independent organization locally founded in Moorestown in 1980. Samaritan is the regional leader for hospice care, palliative (comfort) medicine, at-home primary care, grief support and counseling, advanced illness care, education and advocacy.
Samaritan serves people in Atlantic, Burlington, Camden, Gloucester and Mercer counties who are coping with the stresses of aging, serious illness or grief in their homes, assisted-living or nursing home communities and through two inpatient hospice centers: the Samaritan Center at Mount Holly and the Samaritan Center at Voorhees.
Wolf is a member of the National Association of Realtors and New Jersey and Pennsylvania’s broker of record for real estate practices. He also serves on various councils and advisory boards on both a regional, state and international level, including Stockton University’s Dean’s Executive Advisory Board, Columbia Bank’s advisory board and a member of Jefferson Health New Jersey’s business council.
In addition to his position on Samaritan’s board, Wolf also serves as a member of the board of trustees for a number of local nonprofits and foundations, including Bancroft, Jefferson Health New Jersey Foundation and Samost Jewish Family & Children Service of Southern New Jersey.
Wolf earned a bachelor’s degree in business administration from Temple University’s Fox School of Business Management in Philadelphia, majoring in real estate and business law.