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Fort Worth Chamber Welcomes New Project Management Director

Posted on: 12/02/2019   |   Category: Press Releases

FORT WORTH – Sara Bass joined the Fort Worth Chamber staff December 2 as Project Management Director for Business Attraction, Retention and Expansion, one of the four pillars of the Chamber’s strategic plan, Fortify. 

“Sara’s experience in real estate and business development make her a perfect fit with the Chamber and our current needs,” said Chris Strayer, senior vice president of Business Attraction, Retention and Expansion, “This role provides industry-leading client support and customer service throughout the project life cycle, enhancing the Fort Worth area’s likelihood to succeed.” 

Bass will function as the day-to-day director of economic development projects and client relationships, which includes providing information and consultation on real estate, workforce, financial resources, and other relevant information that will assist the client in making their location decision. 

Previously, Bass served as a Retail Strategist and Broker for The Retail Strategy, an Austin-based commercial real estate firm, where she focused on new business development and national client account management. Prior to The Retail Strategy, she was Director of CRE Marketing and Business Development with United Bankshares, Inc. in Washington, D.C. 

Bass holds a Bachelor’s of Arts in Communications/Human Relations with a minor in Advertising and Public Relations from Texas Christian University and is a licensed Real Estate Sales Agent. 

“Fort Worth is thriving in terms of talent and business attraction and I am thrilled to join the economic development team at the Chamber,” said Bass. 

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The Fort Worth Chamber of Commerce, with 1,750 member businesses, is one of the largest chambers in North Texas. 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.

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