Justin holds series 7, 63, 65, 24 securities registrations with LPL Financial and is licensed by the NC Department of Insurance.
Justin was born and raised in Charlotte, NC. His interest in financial markets began at an early age through an imaginary portfolio management contest sponsored by UNC-Charlotte. During his high school years, he pursued this interest through a 2-year internship at Paine Webber. After enrolling at NC State University, he wished to find a similar opportunity in Raleigh, and was fortunate to earn a 4-year internship at Merrill Lynch. Upon graduating with a BS in Business Management with a concentration in Finance and Minor in Economics, Justin moved to Wilmington, NC to pursue his dream of living in a vibrant coastal town. His career started at a local investment firm in 1999. He continued there until moving his business to Edward Jones 2 ½ years later. After 6 years with Edward Jones, Justin wanted to hang his own shingle, and started Wolfe Wealth Management in February of 2007.
Justin and his wife Melissa have two daughters and a springer spaniel. Justin has been a member of the Wilmington East Rotary Club since 1999 in which he has served as president, secretary, and fundraising chair in addition to serving on the board of directors for over 6 years. Justin is also involved in the North Carolina Azalea Festival. He has served as Patron Relations Chair since 2008, Parade Floats Chair in 2010, and Major Sponsors chair in 2011, and is on the Board of Directors. He will be President of the Festival in 2018. He has also been a patron of the festival since 2008. Justin is also a Public Member of the Board Of Governors appointed by Governor Pat McCrory to the North Carolina Rate Bureau, which overseas rate making for Workers Compensation, Automobile Insurance and Homeowners Insurance in North Carolina. The Wolfes support several private charities with local, national, and global reach. In his free time, Justin enjoys NC State sports, fishing, boating, hunting, golf, and honing his cooking skills.