Congratulations on 29 Years, Dawn!

We would like to congratulate our Director of Personnel & Accounting, Dawn Miller, on 29 years with the North Texas Commission.

Dawn joined the North Texas Commission on August 14, 1989. In her time with the organization, she’s worked with 25 NTC board chairmen, six presidents and has been part of major regional projects like the North Texas Super Bowl. She’s also had a front-row seat to the growth in North Texas. When she joined the NTC, North Texas was home to 3.8 million – nearly half of the 7.4 million who live here today.

Thank you Dawn for all you do – you are sincerely appreciated by the North Texas Commission membership and your team!

New and Renewing Members Update – Fall 2018

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Welcome new NTC partners!

City of Celina
SBase Technologies, Inc.
Texans Can Academies
YTexas

Thank you to the following for renewing your partnership with the North Texas Commission!

BNSF
Capital One
Cedar Hill Economic Development
City of Arlington
City of Balch Springs
City of Euless
City of Fort Worth
City of Granbury
City of Grand Prairie
City of Grapevine
City of Haltom City
City of Haslet
City of Highland Village
City of Irving
City of Keller

City of Lancaster
City of Lewisville
City of McKinney
City of Mesquite
City of Richardson
City of Roanoke
City of Rowlett
Colliers
Duncanville Community and Economic Development Corp.
Freese and Nichols, Inc.
Huitt-Zollars, Inc.
Jones Lang LaSalle
MillerCoors
Tarrant Regional Water District
Town of Addison
Town of Westlake
Trinity Metro
University of Texas Dallas
UT Southwestern Medical Center
Weaver & Tidwell
West & Associates

For more information on becoming a partner of the North Texas Commission or questions about your current membership level, please contact Amber Zuckerman.

New and Renewing Members Update – Summer 2018

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Welcome new NTC partners!

ARCpoint Labs of Denton
Texas Woman’s University
Youth Advocate Programs

Thank you to the following for renewing your partnership with the North Texas Commission!

AECOM
Alcon Laboratories, Inc.
Alliance Data
American Airlines
American Airlines Center
AT&T
Atmos Energy Corporation
Bank of America
City of Colleyville
City of Dallas
City of Farmers Branch
City of Forney
City of Kaufman
City of Mansfield
City of Sachse
Courtyard & Town Place Suites
Dallas Area Rapid Transit
Dallas County Community College District
Dallas Wings
Dannenbaum Engineering Corporation
Denton County Transportation Authority
Emirates

Fidelity Investments
Four Seasons Resort and Club
Greenville Economic Development
Guidepost Solutions
HKS
Locke Lord  LLP
MNK Infotech Inc.
Pacheco Koch
Prosper Economic Development Corp
Rangers Baseball, LLC
Sawko & Burroughs, PC
Sundance Square
Texas A&M University – Commerce
Texas Christian University
The Beck Group
The Boeing Company
The Rios Group
Tom Thumb Food & Pharmacy
Turner Construction Company
Union Pacific Railroad
University of North Texas
Woodbine Development

For more information on becoming a partner of the North Texas Commission or questions about your current membership level, please contact Amber Zuckerman.

LNT University Class 4 Applications Now Open

 

The North Texas Commission opened applications for the fourth class of Leadership North Texas University (LNT U), a regional leadership program targeted at millennials in the North Texas workforce. Applications will remain open until October 12, 2018.

Leadership North Texas University gives all participants the knowledge and resources they need to plan for the exponential growth of North Texas. Throughout the program, these young professionals will sit down with regional executives and elected officials to discuss the future of our region and the issues we are currently facing. Don’t miss the opportunity to become an ambassador for your peers and an informed leader in the workplace.

 

 

THE WHAT.

Leadership North Texas University (LNT U) is a four-month leadership program for young professionals aimed at recruiting, educating and developing the future leaders of the Dallas-Fort Worth region. Because of the regional nature of North Texas, it is imperative to have local leaders who are committed to civic engagement and collaboration, and are educated on our region’s complexities.

Participants will learn best practices in regional stewardship and challenges relevant to the region as well as participate in the development of appropriate strategies for Millennial involvement in the North Texas community.

THE WHO.

LNT U is for eligible Millennials in the workforce under the age of 35 who demonstrate a passion for North Texas.

THE WHEN.

LNT U is a four-month program launching with an overnight retreat January 17, 2019, program days February 22 and March 22, and April 19, 2019. Applications are open and accepted through October 12, 2018.

THE WHERE.

The LNT U opening retreat and program days will be held across North Texas. Locations and program details will be shared with attendees.

THE WHY.

LNT U creates a hub of Millennial ambassadors who share their new knowledge with peers and give a voice to their generation when discussing North Texas issues.

The program days are focused on key areas impacting the future and vitality of North Texas: leadership, education and infrastructure. Each day provides a mix of professional development with a deep dive into regional topics such as demographics, infrastructure and sustainability.

All participants will walk away with invaluable information on our region’s future along with a new network of young leaders. They will build a strong bond and work as a team to engage their generation in today’s regional issues.

THE COST.

The cost for each student to go through the program is $1,500. The tuition covers all costs associated with the student’s participation. A limited number of scholarships will be available to students that request financial aid.

THE HOW.

After all applications have been submitted (click here to apply), a selection committee will choose the group of participants they believe best fit the program. The selection committee will also decide which students are awarded scholarships based on financial assistance requests.

 

For more information regarding LNT U or any other NTC programs, please contact Kimberly Walton at kimberly@ntc-dfw.org

New and Renewing Members November 2017

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Welcome new NTC partners!

Chase
Key Construction

Thank you to the following for renewing your partnership with the North Texas Commission!

Aviall Services
Bell Helicopter Textron Inc.
Children’s Health of Texas
City of Allen
City of Haltom City
City of Keller
City of Mesquite
DFW Airport Marriott
Pegasus Logistics Group
SCL Cold Chain
Town of Addison
Town of Highland Park
Trinity River Authority of Texas

For more information on becoming a partner of the North Texas Commission or questions about your current membership level, please contact Amber Zuckerman.

New and Renewing Members October 2017

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Welcome new NTC partners!

City of Granbury
Duncanville Community and Economic Development Corp.
Texas Public Policy Foundation

Thank you to the following for renewing your partnership with the North Texas Commission!

City of Denton
City of Grand Prairie
City of Haslet
City of Heath
City of Highland Village
City of Lancaster
City of Lewisville
City of Mansfield
City of McKinney
City of Richardson
City of Roanoke
City of Rowlett
City of Wylie
Colliers
FlowServe
Hilltop Securities
Sewell Automotive Companies
Tarrant Regional Water District
Texas Central
UT Southwestern Medical Center
For more information on becoming a partner of the North Texas Commission or questions about your current membership level, please contact Amber Zuckerman.

Join the NTC Team!

The North Texas Commission is looking for a Director, Government Relations to work with our members and state and local elected officials. This role is integral in the organization, especially as we ramp up for the 86th Legislative Session.

The full job description and how to apply is available below. If you’re a rock star GA professional, or know one, please take a look!

Gov Affairs Director job description

NTC Staff Updates Fall 2017

 

You might have seen a familiar face around the Commission this summer. Holly Norris returned in June to serve as the Marketing and Events Coordinator. Two years ago, while a student at UNT, Holly was an intern where she took a leadership role in organizing the gift bags for the Annual Members’ Luncheon with Mark Cuban, she expanded our social media presence and helped launch the inaugural class of LNT University.

 

 

Amber Zuckerman was promoted to Vice President of Development and Community Relations. Since joining the NTC in January, she’s been instrumental in membership outreach and serving as a liaison for the Commission in the community.

Welcome back Holly, and congratulations Amber!

North Texas Commission Appoints 2018 Executive Committee and Board of Directors

 

The North Texas Commission announced the election and appointment of its new officers, Executive Committee and Directors to its Board. Chuck Allen, managing director of government relations, American Airlines, will serve as the 2018 chairman of the North Texas Commission. Stephen Tolerico, chief information officer, Sewell Automotive Companies, moves into the immediate past chairman role. Scott Orr, vice president public affairs for Fidelity Investments, was elected as vice chairman. Kevin Ward, general manager, Trinity River Authority, continues his role as secretary, Dan Johnson, city manager, City of Richardson, will continue his role as treasurer, and Hal Thorne, OnePrime, will serve as general counsel. Karen Hunt, market president for Coppell for Frost Bank and Mayor of Coppell, and Rosa Navejar, president, The Rios Group, were elected to the Executive Committee.

The following directors will remain on the Executive Committee for 2018:

Mayor Douglas Athas, City of Garland
Liz Beauchamp, vice president, governmental and public affairs, Atmos Energy
Councilman Rick Callahan, City of Dallas
Andrew Johnsen, vice president, BNSF Railway Company
Dr. Joe May, chancellor, Dallas County Community College District

Gray Mayes, director, government relations, Texas Instruments
Bob Pence, chairman of the board, Freese and Nichols
Holly Reed, managing director external affairs, Texas Central
David Tesmer, senior vice president, community engagement and advocacy, Texas Health Resources.

Newly appointed board members are:

Dave Brown, American Airlines Center
Beth Bowman, Greater Irving-Las Colinas Chamber of Commerce
Charles Carpenter, Denton Chamber of Commerce
Randy Canivel, Midwestern State University
Mayor Jeff Cheney, City of Frisco
Chris Coffman, City of Granbury
Dr. Laura DeFina, The Cooper Institute
Mayor Kevin Falconer, City of Carrollton
Judy Gaman, Executive Medicine of Texas
Dr. Walter Gaman, Healthcare Associates of Texas
Eugene Giovanni, Tarrant County College
David Gu, Sharp Business Systems
Mayor Bob Golden, Leadership North Texas Alumni
Mayor Tom Hayden, Town of Flower Mound
Lisa Hermes, McKinney Chamber of Commerce

Michael Jacobson, Arlington Chamber of Commerce
Ken Malcolmson, North Dallas Chamber of Commerce
Robert McCarrick, Capital One
Aimee Novak, Verizon
Dale Petroskey, Dallas Regional Chamber
Fred Slabach, Texas Wesleyan University
Walter Skipwith, Halff Associates
Mayor William Tate, City of Grapevine
Robbie Tawil, The Worthington Renaissance Fort Worth Hotel
Laura Terhune, DeSoto Chamber of Commerce
Bill Thornton, Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
Carlton Tidwell, Terrell Chamber of Commerce
Janet Weil, WorldVentures
Hon. Rita Wright Oujesky, City of North Richland Hills

Additionally, the North Texas Commission Board of Directors approved adding representatives from the region’s minority chambers as ex-officio Board members. Those chambers include:

The U.S. Chamber of Commerce was also added as an ex-officio Board member.