Emilie Christian Weissler

Emilie Christian Weissler serves as the Director of Land Use and Development at KGF and is a non-attorney professional. As the former Project Manager for a mid-size firm and Director of Zoning and Communications for San Antonio Council District 10, she brings a comprehensive understanding of development and strategic communications from experience with and on behalf of both the private and public sectors.

A proud graduate of Texas Christian University and the Bob Schieffer College of Communication, Emilie has transformed her extensive education and experiences across multiple industries into a career centered around responsible and creative real estate development. Emilie focuses primarily on municipal land-use planning, zoning, economic development and special district creation with an emphasis on governmental relations and entitlement due diligence. She has built and maintains strong relationships with various local officials, municipal departments, neighborhood organizations and community stakeholders throughout San Antonio and South Texas.

Emilie is an active member of The Conservation Society of San Antonio and currently serves as Booth Co-Chair for Night in Old San Antonio which supports the preservation of San Antonio’s physical and intangible multicultural heritage through various programs, grants, advocacy and education. Emilie and her husband, Jakob, are the proud owners of a Dudley Lab named Sam Bear, III. She is a proud wife, daughter, sister and San Antonio native.

Education

  • Texas Christian University – 2014, B.S. Strategic Communications

Professional Associations and Memberships

  • Real Estate Council of SA Leadership Class, 2018
  • The Conservation Society of San Antonio
  • Co-Chair, Night in Old San Antonio (NIOSA) Mission Trail Cascarones
  • San Antonio Young Professionals
  • San Antonio Delta Gamma Alumnae Chapter (Gamma Tau, TCU Initiate)
  • Junior League of San Antonio (2015-2019)