Professionally, Cammy has served on the board of the Texas Chamber of Commerce Executive’s Association (TCCE), the oldest State Chamber organization in the United States. She is a past chair of the North Texas Chamber of Commerce Executive’s Association.
Cammy also finds time to serve her community, including holding positions on the boards of the Midlothian Historic Civic Center, the Midlothian Cemetery Association, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ellis County. She is a mentor for Mentors Care, a program for at risk students in the Midlothian ISD, a volunteer for the American Cancer Society’s Relay for Life event, and serves on the Board of Directors for the Historic Midlothian Civic Center, the Midlothian Cemetery Association, and Big Brothers Big Sisters of Ellis County.
She is a past president of the Dallas Southern Region board for Big Brothers Big Sisters, and in 2006 was named Big Sister of the Year, Board Member of the Year and DeSoto ISD Volunteer of the Year. She also served as chair of the Relay for Life of the Best Southwest Cities in 2006 and 2007, raising the most money for the local relay event in its history.
Cammy’s knack for connecting people has helped transform the Midlothian business community into a community of businesses where business professionals care and the community benefits. Creating events such as the spring and fall Wine & Arts Festivals, she has introduced thousands of people to the businesses in historic downtown Midlothian.
Cammy received a Bachelor’s of Business Administration in Marketing from (Southwest) Texas State University, and a Master’s of Business Administration in Organization Management from The University of Nebraska at Omaha. She is married to Alan Jackson, whom she jokingly refers to as “not the singer”. They have four children and a grandchild. She enjoys knitting, reading and spending time with her husband, which usually means antique shopping and repurposing furniture.
Haley is always excited to get out into the community and meet local business people, and her smiling face greets people when they visit the chamber.
A fine jewelry and apparel veteran, Kim’s career has included sales, multi-store management, operations administration, in-store special events and corporate event management.
Kim left Texas in 2012 to marry and relocate to Tulsa, Oklahoma. While in Tulsa, she served as General Manager for Oklahoma’s largest jeweler, Moody’s Jewelry.
Prior to moving to Oklahoma, Kim worked with Zale Corporation for 27 years, most recently serving as Director of Customer Experience. Kim’s passion for sales served her well as she was responsible for the results of over 6,000 annual in-store Special Events and a multi-million dollar special order business while at Zale Corporation. Kim also directed Regional and National Sales Meetings for over 1,000 stores in the US, Puerto Rico and Canada.
Her business passions are promotions and serving the customer, which shows in her exceptional management of the chamber’s events as well as their social media pages.
Kim and her family were thrilled to move back to Texas in 2015 and fell in love with Midlothian. Kim looks forward to many years of being a part of this wonderful community.
Donna is a woman with many talents ranging from art and interior design to writing. She is a published author of her first Romance Novel, “Devon’s Desire” with a second underway.
Donna loves anything to do with the outdoors but loves the ocean the best. She loves the friendly atmosphere that the Chamber has to offer and enjoys meeting new people. Her knowledge and love for Midlothian make her a perfect match for the chamber.
She has 3 children; 2 daughters and a son. Their ages are 15, 11, and 8.