Martha, a native of Fort Worth, specializes in the relocation of corporate executives. Her keen knowledge of Fort Worth’s neighborhoods and her consummate integrity has allowed her to become one of the top one percent of Realtors nationally. Martha’s ability to connect with her buyers and sellers grants her unparalleled access to some of the finest properties in the Fort Worth market. She is attentive to her clients’ needs and is committed to providing extraordinary service.
Martha is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin. Before founding Williams Trew Real Estate Services in 2000, Martha worked for several real estate companies and has been in the real estate business for more than 37 years. Martha is actively engaged in and connected with the Fort Worth community. She currently serves on the Boards of the Fort Worth Country Day School, UT Southwestern Medical Foundation in Dallas, and the Van Cliburn Foundation. She is a founding member of the Fort Worth Professional Women’s Organization and served as its first president. She also served as President of the Junior League of Fort Worth for the 1995- 1996 term.
Martha’s past civic engagements include acting as a co-chairman of the Van Cliburn Foundation’s Fiftieth Anniversary Gala and serving as co-chair for the Go Red Event for the American Heart Association. She has also served on numerous community Boards including the Chase Bank Advisory Board, Fort Worth Zoo Board, the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Board, the Gladney Center and the Board of the Greater Fort Worth Association of Realtors. Fort Worth Business Press awarded Martha and Joan Trew with the “Great Women of Texas” award in 2002.
Martha has been married to JR Williams for more than thirty-nine years and has two adult children and three grandchildren.