Grace Han Wolf, a resident of Herndon since 1999, is serving her second term on the Herndon Town Council. She is the first Korean woman elected to office in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
During her first term on the Town Council, Wolf chaired the town's Economic Development Task Force, which provided recommendations for growing the town's commercial base. She represents the town as advisory director on the Committee for Dulles Board of Directors and as a member of the Fairfax County Economic Advisory Commission. She also serves on the Virginia Municipal League's Community and Economic Development Policy Committee.
Wolf has served the Herndon community as president and board member of the Council for the Arts of Herndon; as a member of the Herndon Festival Committee; and as a member of the Asian Business Committee of the Dulles Regional Chamber of Commerce. She has also served as a Girl Scout troop leader.
In 2006, Wolf was the recipient of the Town of Herndon's prestigious Distinguished Service Award, recognizing her commitment to volunteerism in the town; and she was a member of the Leadership Fairfax Class of 2007. She has received the Volunteer Fairfax Benchmark Service Award annually since 2008, and in 2012 she received the Public Service Award from the Asian American Chamber of Commerce. In 2013, Wolf was selected as one of Virginia Lawyers Media's ''Influential Women of Virginia.''