BROWNSVILLE, Texas – The Larger Brownsville Incentives Corporation’s board of directors has named Constanza Miner as interim CEO and government director.
Miner replaces Brownsville interim town manager Helen Ramirez who experienced been heading up GBIC. Miner experienced been serving as business growth director for the group. The appointment takes influence right away.
“We are grateful for Helen’s company to the Better Brownsville Incentives Company and appear ahead to her ongoing achievements as interim city supervisor. I am similarly thrilled for the long term of the Greater Brownsville Incentives Company with Mrs. Miner top the transition,” claimed GBIC Chair John Cowen.
Cowen reported Miner is an accomplished qualified with a demonstrated potential to produce mission-critical effects. She joined the Town of Brownsville staff in 2015 and has served in various capacities, which include scheduling and growth expert services director, and retail and redevelopment supervisor before becoming organization improvement director for each the Town of Brownsville and GBIC.
In a news release, GBIC factors out that Miner delivers over 20 several years of expertise as a organization executive in the private sector and much more than 12 a long time in authentic estate improvement as a formerly accredited genuine estate agent in Texas.
Miner retains a Bachelors in Small business Administration from the College of Texas-Pan American, and a Learn of Science in Organizational Leadership with a specialization in General public Administration from Northcentral University, in which she was elected a member of the Delta Mu Delta Intercontinental Honor Modern society in Small business in recognition of her large scholastic attainment. In 2021, Constanza gained her certification as an Economic Improvement Finance Experienced from the National Progress Council.
“I am honored the Board of Directors has entrusted me to guide the Bigger Brownsville Incentives Company through this improve. During this time, it is my objective to make sure a sleek transition for our stakeholders, companions and personnel,” Miner stated.
GBIC is a non-gain corporation, Variety-A Economic Development Corporation, properly operating as the Town of Brownsville’s economic enhancement arm. Its information release states the group “seeks to boost financial development in Brownsville and Cameron County by empowering a younger and experienced intergenerational workforce that drives innovation to the region. It facilitates economic progress by advertising and marketing investment decision and doing work with regional and international partners with job generation, training, innovation, business enterprise improvement, and manufacturing.”
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