MaryJane Mudd Named As A Top 30 Influential Women in Houston

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We are proud to announce the East Harris County Manufacturers Association’s Executive Director, MaryJane Mudd, has been named a Top 30 Influential Women in Houston by

This incredible honor recognizes deserving women who are successes in their professions and possess a servant-spirit. Being selfless is something one cannot forget on the path to success, and this year’s honorees, including MaryJane, are shining examples of that. And fighting through humble beginnings and overcoming challenges, these women have exceeded expectations, being the epitome of women’s empowerment. 

MaryJane joined the East Harris County Manufacturer’s Association in March of 2021 and has been a crusader for our members ever since. She also is a member and sits on the Board of Directors at League of Women Voters of Texas, is a member of UpSkill Houston’s executive committee, and so much more.

Additionally, Mudd has led public affairs activities for the American Red Cross in Houston, where she managed volunteers and was one of the organization’s national crisis spokespersons during Hurricane Harvey. She is trained in the Federal Emergency Response Agency’s Incident Command System and has facilitated crisis communications and media interview training for more than 1,000 executives, managers and field employees. 

About the East Harris County Manufacturers Association

The East Harris County Manufacturers Association (EHCMA) is a coalition of 115 plant sites at the largest petrochemical complex in the world, managed by corporations dedicated to providing jobs, upholding environmental standards and providing a better quality of life for their neighbors in and around the Greater Houston area.

Its member companies have facilities in Houston, Deer Park, Baytown, Pasadena, North Channel and La Porte. They transform natural resources into the materials needed to make many essential consumer products such as cosmetics, gasoline, jet fuel, lubricants, pharmaceuticals, electronics, building supplies, household goods, clothes, plastics, automobile parts and thousands of other everyday items that are a part of our daily routines.

EHCMA is dedicated to promoting and protecting the health, safety, security, environment and economic well-being of the petrochemical, refining and manufacturing industry. EHCMA is continuing to raise awareness about the economic value and benefits these industries bring to the region and to the world.