Leadership Montgomery County welcomes new chairman, vice chairman and four new board members

By: Liz Grimm
| Published 07/12/2017


THE WOODLANDS, Texas -- Leadership Montgomery County (LMC) is pleased to announce a new chairman, vice chairman and four new board members in 2017.

Phillip Moore will serve as chairman of the board for LMC in the 2017-2018 year.

Moore has served as executive pastor of The Ark Church since 2003.

He is a South Carolina native who graduated with an MBA from the University of Central Oklahoma.

Besides serving on the board of Leadership Montgomery County, Moore also serves as chaplain of the Conroe Police Department, on the board of the Montgomery ISD Education Foundation, and is involved with the Rotary Club of Lake Conroe, Maximizing Children’s Ministry, and Equp Kid-Min.

He is a 2007 graduate of LMC and has served on the board of directors since 2013.

Melissa Young will serve as vice-chairman for the 2017-2018 year.

Young is the president of Corporate Incentives, Inc., a family-owned promotional products company.

She serves on The Woodlands Area Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and also on the United Way of Greater Houston Board of Directors, serving as the Chair of the Montgomery County Regional Council.

She is a graduate of the LMC Class of 2009.

Four new board members are joining the board of directors in the new board year including Brian Albert of Waste Connections, Eric Depoy of Keller Williams Realty, Kevin Kastor of Consolidated Communications, and Ann Wolford of The Wolford Group.

These new board members join Amanda Trapp of Stibbs & Co., P.C. who was renewed for a second term.

Brian Albert serves as associate counsel at Waste Connections, Inc. in The Woodlands.

After graduating from American University in Washington, D.C. with a degree in Business Administration, Albert went on to attend the University of Houston Law Center, where he served as the Editor-in-Chief of the Houston Business & Tax Law Journal.

He is a graduate of the LMC Class of 2016.

Raised in The Woodlands and a resident for more than 20 years, Eric Depoy began his business career as a golf professional then turned to Real Estate in 2004.

Depoy is a realtor with Keller Williams Realty in The Woodlands and was recently inducted into the Keller Williams Hall of Fame.

Depoy is a graduate of the LMC Class of 2016.

Kevin Kastor is the manager of Regulatory and Legislative Affairs for Consolidated Communications.

Kastor has a master's degree in economics from Texas A&M University and a bachelor's degree in economics & finance from Baylor University.

He is a graduate of the LMC Class of 2014.

Ann Wolford is president of The Wolford Group.

Her community service includes leadership positions on local nonprofit boards, including The Montgomery County Community Foundation, South County Community Clinic, and The Woodlands Rotary Club and The Woodlands Rotary Club Foundation, where she currently serves as President.

She is past president of the Rotary Club of The Woodlands and served as co-chair for its annual Wine Dinner for the four consecutive years.

Wolford is a graduate of the LMC Class of 2001.

Amanda Trapp is a partner with Stibbs & Co., Attorneys.

Trapp is a founding member of the Coldspring ISD Education Foundation and also serves on the Conroe ISD Education Foundation.

She is a board member of the Montgomery County Community Foundation, and the team leader for the Affinity Team of The Woodlands Chamber.

She serves as chairman of the Finance Committee for Coldspring United Methodist Church, and continues to serve as chair of the Audit Committee.

She is treasurer of the School for Little Children and active in the Church Council.

Trapp is a graduate of the LMC Class of 2007 and was also appointed secretary of the LMC Board.

For more information about Leadership Montgomery County, click here.

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