Trailblazers

Jemila Winsey

ERA Legacy Living

Jemila Winsey, broker/owner at ERA Legacy Living, has led an inspiring legacy of passion, drive and strategic vision. Since forming ERA Legacy Living with her husband in 2004, Winsey has catapulted the brokerage to remarkable growth, earning among the top 1.5% in the U.S year-after-year. Her commitment to making a positive difference through real estate stands as a testament to her trailblazing spirit.

In 2023, Winsey was instrumental in pioneering groundbreaking initiatives, notably organizing the National Association of Real Estate Brokers’ (NAREB) Top 100 Black Real Estate Professional Awards. Serving as Texas REALTORS® regional vice president, she also spearheaded the opening of its new location in Houston.

Her influence extends to significant roles in the real estate sector, serving on the board of the Houston Association of REALTORS® (HAR) and as a regional vice president on the Texas REALTORS® Executive Board. Her remarkable achievements earned her recognition as one of the Top 40 Women Who Mean Business by the Houston Business Journal and the No. 1 Black REALTOR® among the Top 20 REALTORS® in Houston by Houston’s Chapter of NAREB.

Her personal journey overcoming challenges, including a period of homelessness, has driven her vision for real estate as a catalyst for life transformation. With over two decades of unwavering commitment, Jemila Winsey’s story stands out as a testament to resilience, passion and enduring dedication.

“Every moment I witness the wins of my clients, agents and coaching mentees, I’m reminded of the purpose of my journey. Leadership might tread paths of silent gratitude, but the privilege to light the way and transform lives is the real reward,” says Winsey.

Jemila Winsey
Broker/Owner

ERA Legacy Living

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