Astrid Korf-Wolman grew up in Baden-Baden, Germany. She studied
Architecture at the Technical University of Berlin and graduated with a
degree in Engineering. After her father’s death in 1990, she moved to
London and took over responsibility for the family business, Korf Steel.
At the same time, she also worked for IMG, managing their German golf
course projects. She took a degree in
Graphology at the British Academy of Graphology in London in 2003, and now works as a
consultant, analysing handwriting for recruitment purposes.
After the sale of KORF STEEL in 2000, she set up the Willy Korf Foundation. Astrid is married and has two children, both of whom are currently involved in the work of the