Charleston-based realtor Rob Woodul is the 2023 president of South Carolina Realtors. His term began on Jan.1.
South Carolina Realtors, based in Columbia, has 29,000 members and serves as the voice of real estate statewide, with members involved in all aspects of the residential and commercial real estate industries.
As president. Woodul’s goal is to focus on SCR’s strategic plan, according to a news release. The plan focuses on advancing the association’s communication, advocacy, programming and engagement.
Woodul, a native of Louisiana, has served as broker-in-charge of Carolina One Real Estate’s Charleston Central Office since 2009. Prior to that, he was CEO and broker-in-charge of Keller Williams Realty in Charleston and Mount Pleasant.
Woodul’s has held many roles in the Charleston Association of Realtors, including president and member of the board of directors.
He is a 2008 graduate of SCR’s Leadership Academy (formerly LeadershipSCR). He served the association as its secretary in 2020, and has been on its board of directors since 2004. He also has been a member of SCR’s executive committee four times and was regional vice president from 2011-2013.
Woodul’s volunteer committee involvement at SCR has had a strong focus on the legislative, advocacy and legal fields. He has served on the organization’s legislative group since 2018, along with the issues mobilization and candidate screening committees. He has served on the forms committee since 2001, where he has helped with updating the state’s real estate forms.
He holds a designation as a Certified Residential Specialist from the National Association of Realtors and has served on its board of directors multiple times.
In Charleston, his volunteer efforts include serving at the Charleston County Board of Zoning Appeals, Carolina One Cares, Charleston Basket Brigade, and Realtors Housing Opportunities Fund.