Tiffany Curry has been named Woman of the Year at the 2017 Global Power Tour, a multi-city, multi-country and hands-on summit for women entrepreneurs focusing on building their business brand, strategy and finances. Curry is a real estate broker associate in Houston, who ranks in the Top 2 percent of the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices brokerage network worldwide. She spoke at the conference on how she started her business initially with her 401K. Curry also shared how she uses a global online presence to market her business, which exposes her clients’ properties to broad audiences worldwide. The entrepreneur also spoke on the importance of businesses finding a niche. The Women CEO Project and Global Power Tour Founder and CEO, Kristi Jackson, was excited to present Curry as the 2017 award recipient. “I’ve witnessed Curry grow from afar. Real estate is not an easy business. I have watched as she has thrived in multiple areas of the industry as an entrepreneur in addition to sales and leadership, an accomplishment and balance few possess,” said Kristi Jackson, CEO of the Women Project and Global Tour. Curry is a National Director for the Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices Rethink Council, a think-tank for millennial brokers. She oversees the network’s 40,000 members. Curry is also a director for the National Association of Realtors (NAR), the largest trade association in the U.S. with nearly 1.3 million members. She also serves as the 2017 NAR Mega Board Forum Chair for local associations across the nation. Curry encourages entrepreneurs to “stay in the game.” She says, “Remember, slow and steady wins the race. Success doesn’t always happen overnight. Be patient, keep striving and align yourself with the right people.”