Yolanda Korff was born in New York and raised in San Juan Puerto Rico. She began her studies in Marketing and Communications at The Universidad de Sagrado Corazon In San Juan. She enrolled at Academy of Dramatic Arts Ofelia D’Acosta where she furthered her theatrical studies. After collaborating with several local productions, Korff founded Pygmalion and Galatea Theatre company under which she produced two award winning plays: Picasso at the Lapin Agile by Steve Martin and Oleana by David Mamet and Bash by Neil Labute. In 2006 Yolanda embarked on a new career path, joining Starwood, where she found a new way to apply her production and people skills abilities through the global sales department. She returns to San Juan and branches out managing Luxury properties exclusively for Puerto Rico Sotheby's International Realty, which she joined in 2016.