Speaker Announcement – Gulf Coast Industry Forum – September 23, 2021

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Speaker Announcement

Port Commission Chairman Ric Campo

Ric Campo is Chairman of the Port Commission of the Port of Houston Authority. He was appointed to the position in January of 2019 by the City of Houston and Harris County Commissioners Court.

In his position as chairman of Port Houston, he also serves as chairman of the Board of Pilot Commissioners of Harris County Ports, which oversees ship pilot matters.

Mr. Campo is Chairman of the Board and Chief Executive Officer of Camden Property Trust. He joined a private Houston real estate company after graduating from Oregon State University, and co-founded Camden’s predecessor companies .

Mr. Campo serves on the Board of Directors of several organizations that focus on the economic development, business outlook and future growth of Houston, including Central Houston, Inc. and the Greater Houston Partnership. He also holds strategic roles within the real estate industry.

Thursday, September 23

Tickets, sponsorships and booth reservations for the
2021 Gulf Coast Industry Forum are now available! Click the links below to register in-person or virtually and to secure your sponsorship spot.

When:   Thursday, September 23, 2021
8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Where:  in-person at the Pasadena Convention Center & virtually online

Including topics such as: energy transition, petrochemical leadership, maritime logistics, low carbon solutions & more!

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Now hybrid! Register to join us in-person or watch the livestream. Click below to join our growing list of sponsors!

Sign up now to get early bird pricing! Early Registration ends May 31st.

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The Economic Alliance Houston Port Region is a non-profit organization created in 1985 whose mission is to grow and market a vibrant regional economy through economic development. These efforts are supported by public policy, transportation and infrastructure, workforce development and quality of life initiatives.

Sent by Anne Dieringer, EHCMA, on behalf of:
Chad Burke
President / CEO
Economic Alliance Houston Port Region