Governor Abbott Reappoints Parker To Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority

Texas Governor Greg Abbott’s Communication

Governor Greg Abbott has reappointed Frank Parker, Jr. as the presiding officer of the Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority for a term set to expire on February 1, 2020.

Governor Greg Abbott has reappointed Frank Parker, Jr. as the presiding officer of the Cameron County Regional Mobility Authority for a term set to expire on February 1, 2020. The regional mobility authority is a political subdivision that allows local transportation planning and project delivery leaders to partner with the state to deliver transportation infrastructure projects that will serve Cameron County.

Frank Parker, Jr. is president and CEO of Parker & Company. He is a board member of the South Texas Manufacturing Association and a member of the Brownsville Economic Development Council, both the McAllen and Brownsville Chambers of Commerce, and the National Association of Customs Broker Forwarders Freight Forwarding Committee. Additionally, he is past chairman of the Brownsville Economic Development Council and the Brownsville Chamber of Commerce, past president of the Brownsville Propeller Club and past board member of the Border Trade Alliance. He is also a past member of the Brownsville Metropolitan Planning Organization. Parker received a Bachelor of Business Administration in Finance from The University of Texas at Austin.

This appointment is subject to Senate confirmation.