“Austin is a great place to be an entrepreneur and our leadership team is looking forward to using their knowledge and skills to support our chapter,” said Yung, president of EO Austin.
Austin, TX (PRWEB) December 21, 2012
The Austin Chapter of the Entrepreneurs’ Organization (EO Austin) is proud to announce the following entrepreneurs have been elected to serve on its 2012-2013 Board of Directors.
President: Yuen Yung – How Do You Roll?
President Elect: Dustin Wells – Headspring
Finance Chair: Robert Thomas – Thomas Consulting Group
Events Chair: Olga Pechnenko – McElroy Translation
Communications Chair: Cary Prewitt – Black Star Hospitality
Forum Chair: Dan Rozycki – The Transtec Group
Accelerator Chair: Cole Harmonson – Far West Capital
GSEA: Brian Peters – Red Carpet Tickets
Mentorship: Myles Sherman – M. Sherman Investments
Membership Chair: Jeff Carpenter – PeopleAdmin
Integration Chair: Nad Elias – HT Staffing
Sponsorship Chair: Brian Holtz – The Waxing Studio
Additionally, several EO Austin members have been appointed to serve Entrepreneurs’ Organization regionally. Tanner Shepard has been named Regional Communications Director, Barbara Kelso has been named Strategic Alliances Regional Director, Jeffrey Stukuls has been named Mentorship Regional Director and Derek Wright has been named Area Director.
“Austin is a great place to be an entrepreneur and our leadership team is looking forward to using their knowledge and skills to support our chapter,” said Yung, president of EO Austin. “We’re excited about the upcoming year of fostering growth and helping business owners succeed.”
EO Austin is part of a global community of more than 8,000 entrepreneurs worldwide with companies exceeding $1 million in revenue. EO Austin serves members who have a passionate desire to grow their businesses, to learn from their peers, and to share their experiences with others.
About Entrepreneurs Organization
The Entrepreneurs' Organization (EO) for entrepreneurs is a dynamic, global network of more than 8,000 business owners in 38 countries. The EO objective is to support, educate, and encourage entrepreneurs to succeed in building their companies. EO meets this objective by providing a continuous cycle of peer-to-peer networking opportunities, world-class learning events, and monthly forum meetings for all members. The output is a well-connected, well-educated and well-balanced entrepreneur with access to the needed resources to thrive in the competitive business landscape. For more information, visit http://www.eonetwork.org.