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Chamber board announces change of leadership

Tuesday, December 18, 2018 by Tai Moses

The board of directors of the Austin Chamber of Commerce has selected C. Brian Cassidy to serve as the chamber’s 2019 board chair. Cassidy is managing partner of the Austin office of Locke Lord LLP, where his practice focuses on the development of transportation and utility infrastructure by public and private entities. Former Texas Supreme Court Justice Craig T. Enoch will serve as the chamber’s chair-elect. Enoch served as a judge for 22 years on all three levels of state courts. The chamber has also named the members of its incoming executive committee. Said outgoing board chair Phil Wilson in a press release announcing the leadership changes, “I am proud of the accomplishments of our community in 2018, especially the work we’ve done to create and attract new jobs to Austin and implement smart public policy that will improve the lives of the two million people that live in our region. I know the Chamber will be in the most capable hands in 2019 under the leadership of our incoming Chair Brian Cassidy.”

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