The Round Rock Chamber announced May 8 that the board of directors named Jordan Robinson the chamber's president and CEO effective May 1.

Robinson was appointed interim president and CEO in December 2021 and took over the position after per predecessor, Jason Ball, announced his relocation to Lincoln, Nebraska, in January.

Previously, Robinson held roles within the Governor's Office of Economic Development, the Greater Houston Partnership and Development Counsellors International.

“We’re very excited to welcome Jordan as the Chamber’s President and CEO,” said John Howard, chair of the Round Rock Chamber board of directors, in a statement. “We look forward to working with Jordan in her new leadership position as she continues to serve and make a positive impact on the Round Rock community.”

Robinson joined the chamber in August 2020 as vice president for economic development.

“I’m honored to serve as the Round Rock Chamber’s president and CEO,” Robinson said in a statement. “There is so much growth and opportunity ahead for Central Texas and Round Rock, and the Chamber has been an important catalyst for that growth. I look forward to serving the community in this new leadership role to ensure that Round Rock continues to be the preeminent destination to live and work.”