FORT WORTH, TX – Today the Fort Worth Chamber announced its 2023 Board of Directors and officers. The organization’s board is comprised of 48 elected members, one-third of whom are elected annually to serve three-year terms. A complete list of FWC’s board of directors can be viewed here. The board supports FWC’s vision to drive the Fort Worth region to be the most thriving, inviting community for all. The organization has over 1,300 members in its network.
“I am honored to lead an organization with the sole mission to grow and develop our great city.” Said Rosa Navejar, FWC Chair and President of The Rios Group. “The Fort Worth Chamber works tirelessly to develop the Fort Worth economy – from grassroots efforts in advocacy, workforce and education to its proactive business attraction strategy – and I’m proud serve alongside a group of influential leaders to advance that growth.”
The FWC plays a pivotal role in our city’s continued economic growth and impact. The growth of local businesses, building a strong workforce, education and the attraction of new companies will only state why Fort Worth is the place for businesses to foster and grow.
The FWC is led by President and CEO, Brandom Gengelbach, who is looking forward to another strong year of growth in the Fort Worth region.
“As we continue to build momentum in 2023, we are excited to work with Rosa and our influential group of Fort Worth business leaders.” said Gengelbach, “There is real energy when a group like this comes to the table to collaborate and grow together.”
The 2023 Officers, pictured below, will also serve on the Executive Board.
|ROSA NAVEJAR CHAIR||CHARLIE CAMPBELL VICE CHAIR||MATTHEW WHIP SECRETARY/TREASURER||SUSAN SHEFFIELD IMMEDIATE PAST CHAIR|
FWC extends thanks to its outgoing directors for their time, service, and guidance.
ABOUT THE FORT WORTH CHAMBER
The Fort Worth Chamber, with 1,300 member businesses, is one of the largest chambers in the North Texas region. Through its core functions of business attraction and retention, talent development, small business and entrepreneur support, and government advocacy, the Chamber’s mission is to bring the Fort Worth region together to identify issues, solve problems and help align resources resulting in a stronger business climate and greater economic prosperity for all. Contact the Fort Worth Chamber at (817) 336-2491 or visit http://www.fortworthchamber.com/.