Meet Our 2022 Board of Directors

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Each year, the Frisco Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors conducts a process to appoint new and/or reappoint Board Members. The Frisco Chamber of Commerce announces the appointment of two new members to the Board of Directors that began serving on January 1, 2022. Joining the Board of Directors are John Newkirk, Senior Director at The PGA of America, and Brian Wysong, Co-Owner of Tumbleweed TexStyles.

“Our newest Board members bring an admirable level of expertise to the Board of Directors. Their diverse backgrounds and experience will contribute to advancing the mission of the Frisco Chamber,”  said Tony Felker, President/CEO of the Frisco Chamber of Commerce. “These individuals are already engaged in our community, and both have a willingness to give back to the community.”

Frisco Chamber Board 2022

Meet our 2022 Chair of the Board

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Mike Barber, Founder/Partner at BKM Sowan Horan LLP, now begins a one-year term as Chair as of January 1, 2022. Learn more about Mike’s plans for 2022 here.

Frisco Chamber Board Re-appointments

Board members reappointed to another term are:

Matthew Reiter – Whitley Penn; 

Mike Barber – BKM Sowan Horan

Chad Sterling – Altair Global

Suad Bejtovic  –  Suad Bejtovic Photography

Brett Lee  – Texas Health Hospital Frisco

Megan Nguyen-Trinh  – Bank of America

Special Thanks - Outgoing Members

Special thanks to outgoing Board members Christal Howard, Community Impact Newspaper, and Kristin Grammar, Newgate Development, who have served three two-year terms.

What Do Board Members Do?

The primary role as a board member is:

  • To contribute to the defining of the Chamber’s mission and governing the fulfillment of that mission
  • To carry out the functions of the office of Board Member and/or Officer as stated in the bylaws.

Board members focus on the development of broad policies that govern the implementation of institutional plans and purposes. This role is separate and distinct from the role of the President, who determines the means of implementation.

Community Partners

The Frisco Chamber of Commerce also works very closely with our Ex-Officio members. Learn more about them here.

Frisco Enterprise

This article appeared in the December 26, 2021 December edition of Frisco Enterprise.

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