Voices of San Antonio is a production of the San Antonio Public Library Foundation. It features interviews by Michael Garofalo with prominent San Antonians who have made an impact on the cultural landscape of the City.
Sponsored by the John and Florence Newman Foundation.
Nelson William Wolff, a native of San Antonio, received his law degree from St. Mary's University and has served as Bexar County Judge from 2001-present. His career has led him down a varied political path, holding positions in the Texas House of Representatives (1971–1973), Texas State Senate (1973-1975), San Antonio City Council (1987–1991) and as Mayor of San Antonio (1991–1995).
Wolff is a major supporter of the technology industry and was instrumental in the development of BiblioTech, the nation’s first all-digital library. An advocate of libraries and books, he has been published several times including such titles as: Bexar BiblioTech: The Evolution of the Country's First All Digital Public Library (2015) and the latest, The Changing Face of San Antonio: An Insider’s View of an Emerging International City (2018).