Terri, I see a little tag stuck in the soil; what information does it give? I agree that it's definitely not the Wax Plant (Hoya carnosa 'Compacta')
From what I see of the leaf in your photo, it kinda reminds me a bit of Variegated Devil's Backbone (Euphorbia tithymaloides 'Variegata')
or possibly another variety of Euphorbia (Spurge) but I'm not certain other than it appears to be a succulent of some sort.
That being said, the close up shot showing the soil, it look extremely dry and in my opinion, succulent type plants need to have an airier, better draining soil. You can add more perlite to help with aeration and drainage. Water well, until water runs out through the drainage holes and then don't water again until the top few inches of soil are dry.