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UPDATED: Meet the Four Nominees for Board Election

During the open nomination period, we received four requests for nomination to fill the open spot on the HOA Board at the upcoming Annual Meeting on Wednesday, December 9, 2015.

 


 

Meet the FOUR Resident Nominees

 

Gregory C. Cox

Greg CoxI grew up in Beaumont, Texas.  My wife, Stefanie, grew up in Winnfield, Louisiana.  Stefanie, our two sons and I moved to Fall Creek from the Heights earlier this year.  We are thrilled to be a part of the Fall Creek community.  I am a proud former student of Texas A&M University and a graduate of South Texas College of Law.  I am a Board Certified oil and gas attorney at Locke Lord LLP.  My practice involves advising energy clients with all facets of their upstream exploration and production and midstream businesses, including operations, commercial agreements, acquisitions and divestitures.  I also have extensive legal and business experience in real estate and oil and gas title.  I am a practical problem solver.  I look forward to serving my fellow Fall Creek homeowners with my legal knowledge and negotiating experience.  Thank you for the potential opportunity to serve you.
 


 

John Hamm

John HammI was born in Houston. Graduated from Bellaire High School and then Texas A & M with a degree in Electrical Engineering. I attended USC pursing a graduate degree in Computer design and programming.  I served in the USAF as a commissioned officer.  My working career included sales, marketing, and management where my wife and I have lived in a variety of locations in the USA.

I was CEO of a successful North American “startup” for a Swiss multinational corporation. I was CEO and owner of another successful multinational corporation before I retired. I enjoy golf and sailing as active hobbies.

I was past president of the Greenspoint Rotary Club. I was also past president of a national distributor trade organization. My wife and I have traveled extensively throughout the world for business and pleasure and importantly have a better appreciation and understanding of the many different cultures on our planet.

I am retired and we have lived in Fall Creek for approximately 4 years. We love the community and I have the time to serve on the HOA board. I am willing to spend the time to keep our community in such shape that all members of the community will be proud of where they reside.
 


 

Jose Hernandez

HernandezAttended schools in Abilene, Texas.  Went to Baylor University for one year and Played on their baseball team.

Degrees from McMurry College in Abilene, Texas, and Arizona State University.

Completed all doctoral work at the University of Texas in Austin except for the dissertation.

Assistant Superintendent in the Houston ISD. I was in charge of the multilingual program, the Immigrant program and the Migrant program in addition to several other departments in HISD.

The most important achievement was the creation of a Dual Language program in HISD that was researched nationally as one of the most successful programs in the country.

For the next ten years after HISD,  I was involved in the operation of a HISD charter school named ALTA.  During the crisis of immigration in the middle of the decade of 2000, I was involved in successfully enrolling several immigrant students who had refused to return to their campuses because of the fear of deportation.
 


 

Hunter Montgomery

Hunter Montgomery Bio Pic(1)Hunter and his wife Susan have been residents of Fall Creek since 2011. They have a two-year-old daughter, Madison, and are expecting a boy next year.

Education: BBA – Mccombs School of Business: University of Texas at Austin

Relevant Experience:

  • Strong consulting background in oil/gas, steel manufacturing, chemical and other supply chain management industries. Currently responsible for directing and managing the professional services/operations sector of a reputable consulting firm in Houston.
  • Chairman of ‘ABIS Cares’ Foundation
  • Member of Capital Campaign Board for ADACCV (Alcohol Drug Abuse Council for the Concho Valley)

Strengths:

  • Passion and work ethic
  • Project/Account management
  • Fiscal responsibility
  • Broad range of technological expertise
  • Risk management
  • Financial/Data analysis
  • Problem Solving

Throughout my consulting career, I have been responsible for improving the organizational efficiency and functioning of hundreds of companies and organizations. As a consultant, I have professional skills in engaging organizations to evaluate their functioning, analyze their data, and then execute targeted improvements. My role in these engagements is to identify strengths and weaknesses in organizational efficiency pertaining to human resources, product quality, fiscal management, and workflow process, and then work collaboratively with organizations to find, implement, and evaluate plausible solutions.

By working in a variety of industries, with thousands of culturally diverse professionals and lay people, I have acquired a unique skill set in quickly adapting to a broad range of people, businesses, and organizational issues. My current role as the director of a successful firm includes the management of operations, finances, and projects. I also coordinate my firm’s team leadership and help mentor fresh professionals and interns. My success in this role depends on my ability to develop and sustain positive working relationships with others, and find amicable solutions for often competing agendas.

By volunteering to become an HOA board member, I would like to use my skill set to help improve the quality and safety of our community.  Towards this end, my two primary foci are to ensure that homeowners have a voice in the decision making process of the HOA, and to proactively safeguard the community from future financial challenges.  My background is uniquely suited to help develop an equitable and sustainable neighborhood plan as we continue to grow and change. My experience being on similar board and cabinet positions offers insight into the responsibility of this position, and has allowed me to set proper expectations of the role and what it demands.

In addition to my professional expertise, I also have an intense personal interest in helping others in need. My involvement in non-profits has allowed me to offer help and guidance to families in need, whether that be from the burden of addiction, mental illness or poverty. I am hoping to translate this same passion into helping the residents of Fall Creek. Given the momentum of the current HOA board members, I am excited to become further acquainted with them, and ask for your vote to allow me the opportunity to join them in their mission of making our neighborhood a safe and well-managed community.

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