Pflugerville Community Development Corp. appoints new board members, elects officers

From left: PCDC Executive Director Amy Madison, Jeff Coleman, Victor Johnson, Ken D'Alfonso, Doug Weiss, Ron Agnew, A.K. Brewer and George Vande Werken.

From left: PCDC Executive Director Amy Madison, Jeff Coleman, Victor Johnson, Ken D'Alfonso, Doug Weiss, Ron Agnew, A.K. Brewer and George Vande Werken.

At its first meeting of the year, the Pflugerville Community Development Corp. board of directors elected new officers Jan. 17 and welcomed two new board members to the seven-member board.

George Vande Werken and former Pflugerville Mayor Jeff Coleman joined the board of directors, and A.K. Brewer and Ron Agnew were reappointed to the board following action by Pflugerville City Council on Dec. 18.

"We are honored to have these great community leaders who are willing to volunteer their time and serve on the PCDC board of directors," PCDC Executive Director Amy Madison said in a statement. "This is an incredible group with diverse and rich experience. I look forward to their contributions as we continue to execute our Comprehensive Economic Development Strategic Plan that focuses on making Pflugerville a thriving community and one of the best places to live, work and operate a business.”

Victor Johnson will serve as the board's president, and Agnew will serve as vice president. Coleman will be secretary, and Ken D'Alfonso will serve as treasurer.
By Kirby Killough
Kirby Killough joined Community Impact after working in broadcast news. She is currently the editor for the Round Rock, Pflugerville and Hutto edition of Community Impact.


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