Nobie Hendricks was educated at the University of Texas at Austin graduating with a Bachelors of Science Degree and in 2016 recived a Masters of Religion degree from Trinity School of Ministry.

In 1982 she joined the Dallas Market Center of the Trammell Crow family. She was directly involved with the construction management of the Anatole Expansion.

In 1984, she became the manager of all activities for SPG International's Dallas Historic West End District management projects and the noted Rolex facility.

In 1985, she joined the well-established Dallas based Woodbine Development Company in the Management Division. While in this position, she was directly responsible for just under 400,000 square feet of the company's Dallas Historic West End District management projects. Under her direction Founder Square was awarded 1987 Building Owners and Managers Association's Building-of-the-Year.

In 1988, she moved to San Francisco, California, to head up the management, leasing and tenant construction of the 8th largest building in the downtown financial district, the renowned Wells Fargo Building.

In 1990, she moved back to the Dallas area to form Bremond Group, Inc. The company functions as a full service real estate company of commercial projects throughout the Dallas market.