The San Antonio Chapter of Maverick PAC was created in 2010 and has given members and friends access to leaders such as Congressman Lamar Smith, Speaker Joe Straus, and Texas icon Red McCombs.
San Antonio Leadership
Brett A. Baker
Brett Baker, Commercial Lines Producer for SWBC, graduated from Texas State University with a bachelor’s in finance in 2009. During Brett’s senior year at Texas State, he was elected student body president and relates much of his success to being a good listener to his peers.
Brett is still active with his alma mater and serves as a board member on the Alumni Association. He is currently an active member of the San Antonio Greater Chamber of Commerce and other state and local civic organizations.
While out of the office, Brett enjoys hunting, fishing, traveling and sporting events. In general, Brett loves spending time outdoors with his friends and family.
Carolyn Hinchey Shaw
Carolyn Hinchey Shaw joined Stream Realty Partners in 2009 and serves as a Senior Associate for San Antonio’s Transaction Specialist group. Carolyn’s primary role is to execute transactions through both leasing and tenant representation. In this role, she is responsible for the leasing of nearly 1,000,000 square feet of office product throughout San Antonio. Since joining the San Antonio team in August of 2009, she has contributed to the closing of over 50 deals totaling over 241,000 square feet.
Prior to Stream, Carolyn worked for Apple, Inc. as a World Wide Sales Finance Intern where she managed their 2008 Fixed Asset Inventory Submission as well as created and distributed operating expense reports, headcount reports and forecasts. Carolyn received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Business Honors and Finance at The University of Texas at Austin.
Preston Woolfolk graduated from Abilene Christian University with a B.A in International Relations and Comparative Politics in 2010. While he attended the university, Preston served as a LYNAY Fellowship Member and also in the Oxford Global Apprentice Program in Oxford, UK.
During his years at ACU and into the future, Preston has worked for various political campaigns and the State Legislature including State Representative Susan L. King, Texans for Rick Perry 2010, Tom Leppert for Senate 2012, and currently Mitt Romney for President 2012.
After graduation, Preston returned home to San Antonio and currently works as a Business Technology Analyst for DOCUmation, Inc. In addition to his professional background, Preston Woolfolk serves in the local San Antonio community and in the following organizations: Board Member of the Abilene Christian University Alumni Association, Board Member of the San Antonio Mobility Coalition (SAMCO), the Transportation Committee of the Greater Chamber of Commerce, and Founding Board Member of America’s Next Impact, an issue based advocacy group (aimed at ages 18-40) that connects, develops and promotes students and young professionals to be business and policy leaders who effectively advance freedom, limited government and private enterprise in America.