December 7, 2021 – Dallas, TX – The Dallas Fort Worth Chapter of the Association forInvestor Relations (NIRI DFW), a professional organization representing investor relations leaders from public companies in and around North Texas, is pleased to announce its Officers and Directors for the 2021-2022 term.
These officers, directors and their respective committee members drive the educationaland networking programs for the DFW Chapter, which include monthly presentations that dissect, discuss and highlight best practices around the top-of-mind issues and topics for IR practitioners and senior executives of small, medium and large-cap public companies.
“2020 and 2021 have been challenging for IR professionals, who have had to adapt to the changing and very virtual environment,” says Liz Kline, NIRI DFW President. “NIRI DFW has worked hard to engage and mentor in new ways.”
Leadership team members include:
Liz Kline, Principal and Vice President, Account Services and New Business
Development, Eisenberg, President
Jason Landkamer, Senior Director of Investor Relations, Fluor Corporation,
Executive Vice President
Mac Schmitz, Capital Marketing Coordinator, Matador Resources, Vice
Hala Elsherbini, Senior Managing Director, Three Part Advisors, Vice President, Professional Development and Advocacy Ambassador
Leigh Anne Mann, Trinity Industries, Vice President, Communications
Jason W. Alexander, Managing Director, Okapi Partners, Vice President,
Glen Orr, Principal, Orr Strategic Communications, Director at Large – Former President
Lee Anne Sexton, Managing Director, RR Donnelley, Director at Large
Rick Black, Executive Vice President, Dennard Lascar Associates, Director at Large
* A biography for each officer is available on the NIRI DFW website www.niridfw.org.
“Our NIRI DFW chapter leaders will carry on the tradition of excellence established by NIRI DFW’s founders in 1975 and build on the momentum that helps us move to an ‘in person, less virtual world,” said Liz Kline. “These leaders are volunteers with full-time, demanding jobs who serve members of NIRI DFW to advance the reputation and value of their profession through NIRI, the top international IR professional association.”
About NIRI DFW
NIRI DFW comprises nearly 100 members representing most major public companies in North Central Texas and surrounding states. The chapter hosts regular meetings and specially scheduled educational seminars featuring experts on leading investor relations issues affecting publicly traded companies and the investor relations profession. The chapter is dedicated to advancing the practice of investor relations and the competency and stature of its members.
Additional information, including membership details, is
available at www.niridfw.org.
For more information contact:
Liz Kline, President, NIRI DFW