Leadership Montgomery County Welcomes New President, Vice-President and Board Members
MONTGOMERY COUNTY, TX – Leadership Montgomery County (LMC) is pleased to announce a new president, vice president and six new board members in 2021.
Brian Albert will be chairman of the board of directors of LMC during the year 2021-2022. Brian Albert is a partner at The Strong Firm PC at The Woodlands. After earning a business administration degree and majoring in finance from American University in Washington DC, Brian continued his education at the University of Houston Law Center, where he served as editor of Houston Business & Tax Law. Newspaper. In addition to his work, Brian also volunteers his time and resources by serving on various boards and committees of local organizations, including the board of directors of the Alliance for Tomorrow’s Education and the Chamber of Commerce of the woodland region. Brian graduated from the LMC class of 2016 and has served on the board since 2017.
Amanda Trapp will serve as Vice President for the year 2021-2022. Law is a second career for Amanda Trapp, who recently founded her own law firm, Trapp Law. Previously, she was Equity Partner at a local law firm where she practiced for 15 years. His unique perspective on client relationships comes from over 20 years of business management experience as a corporate controller, financial analyst and accountant for several private companies in the Houston area before becoming lawyer.
Trapp is past president of the Montgomery County Community Foundation. She is a founding member of the Coldspring ISD Education Foundation and is also part of the Conroe ISD Education Foundation. She sits on the Board of Directors of the Bank of San Jacinto County and is chair of the finance committee of Coldspring United Methodist Church, as well as chair of the Church’s School for Young Children. She graduated from the LMC promotion in 2007.
Six new board members are joining the board in the new fiscal year, including Monica Bomkamp Enia, Lupe Cuellar, Scott Harper, Jennifer Hudson, Randie Morton and Todd Stephens. Harper will join the board of directors as the new representative of the Conroe / Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce.
Monica Bomkamp Enia has over 20 years of experience in creating and managing non-profit education programs. Since 2012, Monica has served as President of the Education for Tomorrow Alliance, an organization dedicated to building partnerships that promote student success through career, leadership and STEM programs. She graduated in 2014 from Leadership Montgomery County and is a member of the board of directors of the Woodlands Arts Council. Monica is an active volunteer for WILL Power, a fund to benefit the Cure Sanfilippo Foundation. Monica received her Masters of Public Administration from New York University and her Bachelor of Arts from Dayton University. Monica lives in Montgomery County with her husband Jason and their two children.
As a Community Relations Advisor for Exxon Mobil Corporation, Lupe Cuellar manages signature programs that represent company values and meet the needs of the community. She is also responsible for developing relationships with community leaders while leading charitable contributions, grants and volunteer programs.
Prior to joining ExxonMobil, Lupe was Director of Government Affairs for the Woodland Chamber of Commerce and Legislative Assistant to Texas State Representative Will Metcalf. Lupe received a Bachelor of Arts in Criminal Justice and Political Science from Sam Houston State University. She currently sits on the advisory board of the College of Human and Social Sciences of the SHSU. She graduated from the Leadership Montgomery County Class of 2019.
Scott Harper graduated from the LMC Class of 2006 and brings over 21 years of non-profit experience to his role as President of the Conroe / Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce. Sixteen of those years were served in the YMCA of Tampa and Houston. After graduating from the University of Southern Mississippi, Scott began his professional career at the Walmart Corporate Fitness Center in Bentonville, AR. Scott has been married to his college sweetheart, Jennifer, for over 25 years and they have two children. Their daughter Laine is in second year at Baylor and their son Ethan has just graduated from high school and will be attending Texas Tech this fall.
Jennifer Hudson has been a firm administrator for Starzyk & Associates, PC since 2009, where she oversees operations, finance, risk, information technology and human resources. She is also responsible for community outreach for Sleep in Heavenly Peace – Montgomery County, building beds for children in need. Hudson has served local, regional and national nonprofits through board and committee appointments since 1991 and was honored by LMC with the Women of Distinction Award in 2018. She is a graduate of the LMC class of 2013 and enjoys being a member of the alumni association. .
Managing multiple and diverse aspects of Better Bookkeepers, Randie Morton brings more than 30 years of financial and bookkeeping services to her role as president of Better Bookkeepers. Early in his banking career gave Randie the skills to recognize inadequacies in policies and procedures. Randie’s extensive knowledge of QuickBooks has earned him the title of QuickBooks ProAdvisor. Prior to joining Better Bookkeepers, she was the Director of Finance for the Woodland Chamber of Commerce.
Serve and grow others is important to Randie. She is a past president of the Executive Women’s Alliance, with an outreach program called “Women of Vision,” a mentorship program for high school students. She is currently the Director of the Conroe / Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce Council and is an Alumni of Leadership Montgomery County. Randie has served on the leadership team in a number of roles for the Woodlands # 1 Chapter of Business Network International (BNI), including that of Vice President and Secretary / Treasurer. She graduated from the LMC 2011 promotion.
Todd Stephens graduated from the LMC Class of 2019. Todd is currently Director of Intergovernmental Relations for the Township of Woodlands. Todd has over two decades of legislative and government experience, including 13 years serving Congressman Kevin Brady in Washington, DC and Texas. Prior to serving Congressman Brady, Todd held various positions in the Kentucky General Assembly, including serving as a committee member, bill drafter, and legislative assistant to the President of the Senate. Todd holds a master’s degree in political science and a bachelor’s degree in political science and philosophy. Todd and his wife Sarah have been married for 17 years and have two children, Avery and Owen.
Conroe / Lake Conroe Chamber of Commerce, Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce, Greater Magnolia Parkway Chamber of Commerce, Greater East Montgomery County Chamber, Montgomery County Hispanic Chamber, and Region Chamber de Montgomery are all partner chambers of the LMC program. Participants are chosen through the application process in the summer of each year.
Leadership Montgomery County (LMC) is a 501 (c) (3) non-profit organization, dedicated to the development and improvement of current and future leaders in Montgomery County. LMC’s mission is to prepare emerging and existing leaders to understand local issues, develop their leadership skills, and connect with others to better serve Montgomery County.
For more information on Leadership Montgomery County, please visit LMCTX.org.