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Chamber Staff

Becki Womble, IOM
Bastrop Chamber of Commerce
President / CEO

At the helm of the Bastrop Chamber of Commerce, Becki has had significant accomplishments. They include graduating from Chamber Institute Southeast with her Institute for Organizational Management (IOM), a complete Content Management System conversion, a re-design of the Chamber website, the launch of 2 additional websites for chamber initiatives, transition from 'Fair Share' to "Tiered Due' membership investments, coordinated board training, strategic planning, hired new staff and quickly established herself as the “Voice of Business” with members, community leaders, & government officials.

She has taken an active role in local politics and community issues including a School Bond, “We Believe in BISD” campaign, launched and is a Board member of Visit Bastrop, Destination Marketing Organization (DMO).

Chris White
Bastrop Chamber of Commerce
Communication & Media Manager

Chris White comes to the Chamber previously serving part-time at the City of Bastrop as the Assistant Storyteller, all while going to school at the Art Institute of Austin. As an Assistant Storyteller, he has done video production, graphic design & infographics for social media, website graphics and banners, as well as event photography. Mr. White is no stranger to the Bastrop Chamber, as a student at Bastrop High School he worked behind the cameras in 2016 for our first candidate forums.
Pam Ferguson
Bastrop Chamber of Commerce
Business Manager
Pam Ferguson came to the Chamber from Sonora Bank located in Wimberly. She has skills in office management, budgeting, forecasting and money handling. From her work experience and business ownership she has done meeting and event planning, marketing and advertising along with understanding great customer service. Ms. Ferguson has a Real Estate License, is a Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA), and attending both Texas Woman’s University and Dallas County Community College. She has an extensive background in volunteerism as well. Ms. Ferguson is married to her husband Frank and has two grown children – a daughter and a son, 2 dogs and 5 grand-pups. Pam and Frank officially made their resident back in Bastrop in late April 2020.

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