Greater Houston Partnership Chair Tony Chase has informed members that the Partnership is entering into a new phase following the departure of former president and CEO Jeff Moseley.
Dear GHP Member,
With the departure of Jeff Moseley as this organization’s president and CEO, GHP is about to enter a new phase. I wanted to take this opportunity to inform you about some of the initiatives we are taking in this time of transition.
GHP is a well-known, long-standing business organization with a formidable group of Directors. We want to advance our standing in the region and across the country. We also want to better tell our story, so all of our stakeholder groups, including our members, connect our work to economic prosperity for the region.
To achieve these goals we have developed a Branding and Capabilities Task Force, which is a subset of the Executive Committee. For the next few months, this group will help guide GHP’s transition with the input from several outside consultants who will help us take immediate inventory of the organization to determine how we compare to other organizations in the areas outlined in GHP’s Strategic Plan: economic development, public policy and membership.
This task force will also be working with Spencer Stuart on our CEO search. In terms of current GHP operations, we have asked Lilyanne McClean to assume the role of interim CEO, reporting to the Branding and Capabilities Task Force. Craig Richard, Susan Asimakis, and Bonita Lockings will continue to manage their divisions, reporting to Lilyanne.
We look forward to presenting the results of our efforts to you in the near future.
Greater Houston Partnership