Patricia Ahmad


Patricia is a native Houstonian who spent much of her childhood in the Bunker Hill area on the banks of the Buffalo Bayou and on the back of her horse. With her husband, Kamal she went on to study at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. The Ahmad's were a busy family living on campus, attending classes, working all while raising 3 small children.


Patricia returned to Houston in 1981 where she began her career in Mortgage Banking. She has been recognized consistently over the years as a Top Producer in her industry and as a top performing branch manager. Her passion and commitment to serve as a trusted adviser to her customers acting with honesty and integrity has brought customers for life and a profitable business.


Over the years Patricia has been involved in various community service projects. As chairman of "Home Run" a 5-K run benefiting Habitat for Humanity, her Team was successful in meeting the budget needed to build homes. Patricia chaired this project for 3 consecutive years. Patricia's work in the community as a member of the Women's Council of Realtors was recognized by this organization by naming her Member of the Year in 2000.


Patricia served extensively for the Democratic Party in the 1980's and was elected as a National Convention Delegate to the Democratic National Convention in Atlanta in 1988.


Patricia enjoys the arts and museums in Houston, is a daily yoga practitioner and enjoys playing with her grandchildren.