|Please join us for the Fort Worth Post June 7 Meeting|
“Recapping the 88th Texas Legislative Session: What you really need to know.”
Travis Kelly is a Freese and Nichols Account Director/Government Affairs and has spent more than 13 years helping clients navigate local, state and federal legislative and regulatory processes. He spent 10 years in leadership roles supporting Texas’ Dallas-Houston high-speed rail project. He worked with lobbyists in Washington, DC and in Austin during multiple sessions of the Texas Legislature. He also managed social and traditional media relations for the project, including serving as a spokesperson for print, radio and TV. His broad experience includes managing key elements of multifaceted infrastructure projects, analyzing legislative impacts on public projects, understanding funding streams and engaging with stakeholders, including elected officials, local, state and federal agencies and international partners. He has worked extensively on public engagement with diverse communities to build consensus on critical projects. A native Texan and graduate of Baylor University, Travis lives with his wife and their 10-month old son in Argyle.
10:30 a.m. Board Meeting
11:30 a.m. Registration
12:30 p.m. Lunch and Program
Petroleum Club | 40th Floor
777 Main Street | Fort Worth, Texas
$35.00 Full Buffet
$30.00 Young Members
$6.15 On-Site Parking
2023 Sustaining Member Presentations
Sign up to give your Company Elevator Pitch at this meeting!
With the intent of making it easier on sustaining members to coordinate the month/ date they will be able to give their annual company elevator pitch, the SAME Ft Worth Chapter will open up a new Eventbrite sign up page located on the Chapter webpage. The number of speaking firms per month will be limited to 5 so once “tickets” are sold out firms will need to choose another open month.
Register to present your company at this meeting HERE
Bonus: As a new feature, speaking firms will have the option to purchase a $50 donation raffle gift card in advance through Eventbrite rather than bringing their own as has been the tradition. The Ft. Worth Post will have the gift cards ready for that event when the speaker arrives. Of course if you’d like to bring your own gift card, that is still ok too!