The Fort Worth Chamber Nominating Committee puts forth 16 community and business leaders as nominees for incoming directors to serve three-year terms beginning April 1, which coincides with the Chamber's fiscal year. The Nominating Committee consists of the present chair, president, past three chairs as well as three at-large members of the board with the immediate past chairman serving as chair of the committee.
If there are no signed petitions received from at least 25 Fort Worth Chamber members within 10 days of publication of the March Chamberletter, the aforementioned nominees, as presented by the Nominating Committee, will be elected to the Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors.
President & CEO
Freese and Nichols Inc.
4055 International Plaza
Fort Worth, TX 76109
Kelly Hart & Hallman LLP
201 Main Street, #2500
Fort Worth, TX 76102
Southwest Bank, Fort Worth Region
3737 Southwest Loop 820
Fort Worth, TX 76133
President and CEO
Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce
777 Taylor St. Ste 900
Fort Worth, TX 76102
The Fort Worth Chamber’s Board of Directors is comprised of 48 elected members, one-third of whom are elected annually to serve a three year term. These individuals are members in good standing of the Chamber, or are representatives of a company or organization in good standing with the chamber. The board also includes the Chamber’s executive committee.
The Fort Worth Chamber’s Advisory Council is comprised of all past chairmen of the board currently residing in Tarrant County. Members of the advisory council are invited to all board and executive committee meetings and have the right to vote at those meetings.
Ex-Officio Members of the Board are given an honorary, non-voting position on the board due to their professional role within the community. The Chamber’s ex-officio directors is comprised of Fort Worth’s mayor and city manager, business leaders in both the public and private sector, presidents and chancellors of regional universities and colleges, chairmen of fellow Fort Worth chambers, the sitting Tarrant County judge and the commanding officer of the Naval Air Station Joint Reserve Base.
The Fort Worth Chamber’s Executive Committee consists of the Chamber chairperson, vice chairperson, president and secretary/treasurer, as well as those chairing all Chamber standing committees and area councils, and the Chamber’s immediate past chairperson.
$3,500 Corporate Level and up