Jill Leberknight is a Realtor, Creativity Generator, Coach, Speaker, and Community Builder.
A 17 -year real estate “doula” with 11 advanced real estate designations and numerous awards, recognition, and accolades. Jill leads a team of agents and support associates serving the greater Austin area while mentoring and inspiring Realtors across the globe through her training and speaking series.
Community Builder, Artist, and Coach
Jill is from a long line of mission-driven community servants. Her grandfather, the longest-serving borough council member in Pennsylvania history, was never afraid to sacrifice politics for principle. As a teenager, Jill discovered her passion for theatre and storytelling. She’s classically trained in the performing arts from prestigious programs at Rutgers University, Pennsylvania State University and the University of Texas at Austin. She’s the former chair of the Theater & Dance department at DC area Foxcroft School and part of the founding faculty of Austin’s Theater Focus program at St Stephen’s Episcopal School where she had the honor of sharing her 20+ year performance experience with high-school students
Even as Jill’s real estate business grows she continues to serve on boards ranging from the Georgetown Palace Theatre, to the Austin Board of Realtors Diversity Committee, Women’s Council of Realtors, North Lamar International District Merchants Association, and even her own neighborhood association.
She believes that art is a state of being, education is a tool we use to discover our story, and public service is how we write a new chapter for the generations to come.
Artist, Educator, and Public Servant.
The Platinum Top 50 Awards group has called Jill as one of the most “successful and well-rounded real estate professionals that exemplifies initiative, involvement, success, and philanthropy.”
Jill loves what she does and approaches each new challenge with passion, honesty, and fun! In the arts, in business, even through home sales and coaching, Jill’s out to change the world one person, one family, one community at a time.