The purpose of BYEA is to create an opportunity for each participant to gain an expanded knowledge of the community, to build relationships with other young professionals, to engage with political, civic and business leaders, and to create opportunities for a more active role of local leadership and volunteerism.
In 2015, the Burleson Chamber rolled out a new program for young professionals who work in and around the City of Burleson. The Burleson Young Executives Alliance graduated it’s first class in February of 2016. Now in its fourth year, the Class of 2018 will hold its first meeting in March, 2018, and the group will continue to meet for monthly half-day sessions through November, an eight month program.
BYEA Class members serve in leadership capacities in their organizations and are committed to personal growth, career advancement and serving the Burleson community.
The Chamber offers one BYEA class annually. Contact the Burleson Chamber for more details.
Reagan Couch - BACC Liaison, Couch & Russell Financial Group
Meagan Sigler-Chapman, Couch & Russell Financial Group
Brandi Kellison, Citizens National Bank of Texas
Allison Smith, City of Burleson
Sara Stephens, Texas Health Huguley Hospital Fort Worth South
Zach Carnley, Lucas and Blessing Funeral Home
Michael Krynicki, F-Wave
Scott Custead, State Farm Insurance
Nathan Tollison, Burleson Independent School District
Austin Elsner, First Financial Bank
Stephen Pape, Hill College (Not Pictured)