NACD North Texas Announces New Officers and Board Members for 2022-2023


DALLAS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The NACD North Texas Chapteradvocate for the director profession, today announced the election of new officers and board members for 2022-2023, effective July 1, 2022.

New officers

Margot Carter has been chosen as chair of the NACD North Texas Chapter board of directors. She is president of Living Mountain Capital and builds companies in technology, real estate and construction. She is a senior director of Installed Building Products (NYSE: IBP) and serves on the boards of Eagle Materials (NYSE: EXP) and the Freeman Company. Carter was named the most influential corporate director of 2019 by Women’s Magazine Inc.Top 50 Innovator and Disruptor in 2020 and 2021 by Magazine D2020 Outstanding Director by the Dallas Business Journaland one of the most powerful business leaders in North Texas 2021 and 2022 by CEO.

Chairman of the Board, Carter, said, “As I assume leadership for the next year, I would like to thank our former Chairman of the Board, Jim Skinner, for leading us through the past year. Jim is the quintessential statesman and an exceptional leader. He helped us move from mostly virtual programming to cutting edge programming and live events. We are grateful for his dedicated service and have learned a lot from Jim over the years. I am proud to assume the position of President of NACD North Texas and thrilled to be part of such an exceptional group of leaders on our country’s Board of Directors.

Ray Hemmig will serve as Vice Chairman of the Board. He is Chairman of Retail & Restaurant Growth Capital and sits on the Board of Snappy Salads Enterprises. Hemming will continue to co-chair the nominating/governance committee.

Todd Murray will continue to act as secretary. A partner at Foley & Lardner LLP, he is vice president of the firm’s securities enforcement and litigation practice. Murray focuses his practice on securities litigation, litigation involving the fiduciary duties of directors and officers and corporate governance, litigation involving complex accounting, accounting fraud, financial issues and matters relating to energy.

Bill Buechele will serve as Treasurer. Buechele is retired from Deloitte & Touche where he led North Texas Deloitte’s growth business services group overseeing assurance, tax and advisory services. Buechele previously held leadership positions in the NACD North Texas Chapter prior to his selection as treasurer.

New board members

New board members include Beth Garvey, Shane Goodwin, John Mahalik, Indrajit (Bobby) Majumder and Anne Motsenbocker.

Beth Garvey is president, president and chief executive officer of BGSF (NYSE: BGSF). She currently serves on the board of Junior Achievement of Dallas as well as the Dallas Regional Chamber. She is a Fellow of Y Texas and a founding board member of the Y Texas Foundation. Recently, Garvey was named a 2020 EY Entrepreneur of the Year® finalist for the South West region. Staffing Industry Analysts has recognized her as one of the North America Staffing 100 for the past three years and included her in the Global Power 150 – Women in Staffing list for the past four years. Besides, CEO named Garvey one of Dallas’ Top 500 Business Leaders four times.

Shane Goodwin is Associate Dean and Professor of Finance at Southern Methodist University Cox School of Business. He is an NACD Board Leadership Fellow and Certified Director.®, and an expert witness on corporate governance. He is a member of the advisory board of Truist as well as director of the Applied Corporate Governance Institute, The Center for Global Enterprise.

John Mahalik is chief executive of Metrocrest Hospital Authority. He is chairman of the board of directors of the North Texas Tollway Authority and a member of the board of directors of Mobility Credit Union.

Bobby Majumder is a corporate and securities lawyer (energy, health care and IT) at Frost Brown Todd and a member of the board of directors of Bluerock, director of the board of directors of Total Income + Real Estate Fund, member of the Atlantic Council Advisory Board—South Asia Center. He is also a member of the advisory board of Cattle Baron’s Ball.

Anne Motsenbocker is a retired CEO of JPMorgan and a member of the following boards: US Physical Therapy, Inc.; Children’s Health—Plano and Dallas; United Way Foundation of Metro Dallas; Dallas prospers; Dallas County Promise Advisory Board; and the Business Advisory Committee of the Association of Texas Community Colleges. She is Chair of the Human Resources and Compensation Committee of Akola.Com, former Chair of the Dallas Regional Chamber Board of Directors and former Chair of the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas Board of Directors. She was named in D500 as one of North Texas’ 2021 Most Powerful Business Leaders by CEO.

Current members of the NACD North Texas Board of Directors also include Renee Arrington, Co-Chair of the Programs Committee; Tracey Doi; Stacey Doré, Co-Chair of the Sponsorship Committee; Donna Epps; Bella Goren; Lou Grabowsky; Yon Jordan; Selena LaCroix, Nominating/Governance Committee Co-Chair; Cynthia Pharr Lee, Member Engagement Committee Co-Chair; Tom Lepert; Derek McClain; Diana Peninger; Pat Priest; Don Robillard, Co-Chair of the Sponsorship Committee; Mark Sinclair; Jim Skinner; Peggy Vaughan; and Debra von Storch, co-chair of the program committee.

About NACD North Texas

NACD North Texas provides a forum for NACD members to exchange knowledge and discuss leading board practices in the Dallas and Fort Worth area. NACD’s more than 20 chapters enhance the value of NACD membership by providing directors with a forum to address governance challenges to improve their board’s performance. Members benefit from peer-to-peer dialogue on critical board issues such as cyber risk, CEO succession planning, activism and leadership. To learn more about NACD North Texas, please visit


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