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Desired Industry: Management SpiderID: 49872
Desired Job Location: Progreso Lakes, Texas Date Posted: 4/11/2011
Type of Position: Full-Time Permanent Availability Date: Immediately
Desired Wage: 65000
U.S. Work Authorization: Yes
Job Level: Executive (President, VP, CEO) Willing to Travel: Yes, 25-50%
Highest Degree Attained: Bachelors Willing to Relocate: No

Remarkably astute, versatile, and tenacious senior executive, offering more than 25 years of experience in operations, business development, and general management in not-profit community organization.
Exemplify extensive experience in economic and community development programs. Adept at developing innovative programs to produce maximum results. Exceptional leader with strong communication and listening skills, including outstanding ability in establishing strategic partnership and creating programs with various organizations.
Extremely capable to multitask in fiercely competitive, challenging, and fast-paced environment while juggling multiple priorities. Possess verifiable leadership aptitude combined with great work ethic and commitment to excellence.

Weslaco Area Chamber of Commerce, Weslaco, TX
President | CEO 2000–Present

- Demonstrate efficiency in organizing the operation of the Weslaco Chamber with 500 members
- Facilitate planning and execution of program of work, which was set out by the Board of Directors
- Extensively manage the Weslaco Business/Visitor Center and execute effective promotional programs to advertise Weslaco as a destination for tourists and as a business location
- Exemplify exceptional management skill in handling the annual Texas Onion Festival for the chamber
- Function well in developing and administering the $620K budget for the chamber

Hidalgo Pumphouse & Discovery Center Museum, Hidalgo, TX
Director 1998–2000

- Skillfully managed the operation of the Hidalgo Pumphouse
- Conducted effective planning of visitor, youth education programs, exhibits, special events, tours, budget, grant writing, publicity, and all aspects of the museum program
- Professionally collaborated with contractor, Texas Department of Transportation, architect, and exhibit planners on the restoration and construction of the museum
- Exemplified efficiency in managing and executing the general promotion and advertisement for the City of Hidalgo and the Hidalgo Chamber of Commerce and BorderFest
- Played an integral role in the successful integration of the Hidalgo Pumphouse as a Texas Parks & Wildlife World Birding Center site; represented Hidalgo on the World Birding Center Community Council


Executive Vice President ~ Edinburg Chamber of Commerce, Edinburg, TX ~ 1986–1998

Assistant Manager ~ Edinburg Chamber of Commerce, Edinburg, TX ~ 1981–1986

News Director | Account Executive and Announcer ~ KURV & KESI Radio Stations, Edinburg, TX ~ 1974–1979

Yearbook Editor ~ Pan American University, Edinburg, TX ~ 1974–1977

Student Assistant ~ Pan American University, Edinburg, TX ~ 1973–1978

Bachelor of Arts in Communication ~ University of Texas Pan American, Edinburg, TX ~ 1986


Hidalgo County Metropolitan Planning Organization Policy Committee ~ 2005–Present
Secretary-Treasurer (1997–1998), Vice President (1994–1995), President-Elect (1998–1999), President (2008) ~ Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives
Present (2004), Secretary (2009–2010), President-Elect (2010–2011) ~ Texas Festivals & Events Association Board
World Birding Center Inc. Board ~ 1999–Present
Assistant Governor (2006–2008) ~ Rotary District 5930 Area 10
President (2005) ~ Weslaco Rotary Club ~ 2000–Present
Texas Scholars Program Presenter ~ 2000–Present
Office of the Governor Tourism Advisory Committee ~ 2005–2007
International Boundary and Water Commission Citizen’s Advisory Board ~ 2005– 2007

- Organizational Leadership
- Program Development and Management
- Strategic Planning and Goal Setting
- Interpersonal Relations
- Problem Resolution and Change Management
- Public Relations and Customer Service
- Community Involvement
- Time Management and Prioritization

Additional Information:

International Festival and Events Certified ~ Festival and Event Executive Program ~ 2008–Present
Texas Event Leadership Program Certification ~ Texas A&M Cooperative Extension ~ 2007
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Advanced Management Institute ~ 1996
Industrial Team Training Course ~ Central Power & Light Company ~ 1988, 1996
Economic Development Institute, University of Oklahoma ~ 1989
Basic Industrial Development Course ~ Texas A&M University ~ 1988
U.S. Chamber of Commerce Institute for Organizational Management ~ 1982–1988

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