We are proud to introduce our new 2018-2019 Chamber Board Members:
From Left to Right: Front Row; Cindy Tayem, Ashlee Wilburn, Melanie Mayfield, Stephanie Coleman, Erin Kincaid, Adi Bryant, Cristal Cienfuegos,
From Left to Right: Back Row; Bret Wilson, Larry Huddleston, Tim Cypert, Ashlee Burke, Lynette Coughlin, Tony Lyons and Tiffany Olson
(Not Pictured, Nanette Rhoden)
We look forward to an exciting year. Thanks for being a part of the Chamber community.
What an exciting day for Diane Stegall, Modern Woodman! Kaylen Fehr, representing the office of Texas Senator Bob Hall, presented a certificate congratulating Modern Woodman for becoming a member of the Royse City community.
We are proud to have Modern Woodman as part of the business community in Royse City.
The Chamber May “Board Spotlight” is Erin Kincaid, Higher Hopes Counseling.
Erin Kincaid is the owner and lead counselor at Higher Hopes Counseling, a biblically-based Christian counseling center. She has served the mental health industry for over twelve years as it is her passion to see healthy individuals and families thrive in life. Erin spent seven years serving on the mission field with her husband, William, in former East Germany. Upon returning to the U.S., they have proudly made their home in Royse City for the last twelve years where they’ve raised their son, Taylor. Erin’s interests include writing and podcasting and she is the author of the teen dating violence prevention and anti-bullying curriculum We Expect Respect which is used in schools throughout Texas to help teens and kids have healthy relationships. Erin hosts a regular podcast show called “Life Lessons” and recently finished her first children’s book, Rock Me Right, aimed at helping young children understand and process their emotions to aid them in mental health skills later in life. Erin is a regular contributor to national homeschool and mental health publications as well as contributed as the healthy relationship columnist for D Magazine/D Weddings, Lakeside Living, Living Magazine, and Suburban Style Magazine.
Learn More about Erin’s work at HigherHopesCounseling.com or follow her on facebook @SpeakerErinKincaid
We are proud to have you on the Chamber Board.
The May “Ambassador Spotlight” is Ashlee Wilburn, Cardinal Financial.
Ashlee Wilburn has been providing financial services and advice to clients since 2008. She has worked in variety of positions including personal and business banking, as a financial adviser and a mortgage loan originator. Her passion for helping people is what led her to a career in the mortgage industry. In 2017 Ashlee moved her business to Rockwall County & joined the Royse City Chamber. When she is not helping clients achieve the goal of home ownership, she loves spending time with her husband, Andy of 10 years and their daughter Brooklyn (4). The Wilburn family is active in their home church Life Spring and enjoy Friday Night Lights in Royse City. *GO BULLDOGS*
Welcome Ashlee to the Chamber Ambassador Program.
Tim, along with his wife Monica, has been connected to the Rockwall County community since 1993. Tim serves as the lead agent for Cypert Insurance. The Cypert family is actively involved at Lake Pointe Church where Tim leads a Life Group and co-leads the Re-Engage Ministry. Tim also sits on the board of the Grace Center, and serves as the President of Go.Be.Hope.
We are proud to have Tim on the Chamber Board.
The Royse City Chamber Ambassador this month is Julie Fowler, owner of Fowler Designs.
Julie found her way to Texas in 2003 moving here from the Chicago area where she was raised. She has been a graphic designer for 28 years working in both the corporate world as well as at an advertising agency. In 2005 she started Fowler Designs and joined the Chamber that year. She has served a total of 7 years on the Board of Directors in the 13 years she has been with the Chamber and was voted Small Business of the Year last year. We rely on Julie to make our Chamber and our events look professional!
Julie is married to Captain Ed Fowler with the Rockwall Police Department and they have three children: Jillian (13), Kaitlyn (11) and Christopher (10).
We’re proud to have Julie as an Ambassador for the Chamber.
Adi Bryant has been in school public relations for about 10 years. She earned her degree in Journalism from Texas A&M University in Commerce and immediately began work in promoting public schools. Adi has been a part of the Royse City ISD Bulldog Family since 2016 as the Chief Communications Officer. She is involved in the Education Foundation as well as Royse City Rotary. Outside of work, she and her husband Byron have two children. Ryder is six and will begin school in Royse City ISD next Fall. Their youngest child Jim is 20 months old.
Welcome to the Chamber Ambassador Program.