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Jane Gonzalez

  • President of  Medwheels Inc since 2005

  • Chairwoman Salado Creek Vision Plan -  appointed by Commissioner Tommy Calvert  2021

  • Bexar County SMWBE Advisory Committee -  appointed by Judge Wolf  2018-Present

  • Southside First Board  Economic Develop Council – appointed by Commissioner Tommy Calvert 2017-present

  • Small Business Administration Emerging Leaders Graduate 2017

  • Tuck School of Business at Dartmouth Building a High-Performance Minority Business 2017

  • Badass of the Week 2017

  • Fair Contracting Coalition 2017

  • Awarded: 5 Star Rating – City Beat News Customer Satisfaction Award 2016

  • City of San Antonio Economic Development Dept (Five Year Diversity Action Plan Oversight Subcommittee) 2014

  • San Antonio Chamber of Commerce (Healthcare & Bioscience Committee) 2013

  • City of San Antonio Bond Advisory Committee 2012

  • Board Member San Antonio Hispanic Chamber of Commerce 2011

  • Leadership San Antonio Class 36 2011

  • Fort Sam Houston Community Advisory Board 2010

  • Board Member Westside San Antonio Chamber of Commerce 2009

  • San Antonio Community Advisory Council for Accion Texas 2009

  • Board member Westside San Antonio Chamber of Commerce 2006-2009

Christopher Herring

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Christopher is the Executive Director of Global Chamber San Antonio and serves on Global Chamber Texas Steering Group. He was recognized by the US JAYCEES with a lifetime achievement award as one of Ten Outstanding Young Americans (TOYA) for his positive impacts to America. He joined an elite group of a little over 600 Americans since 1939 to include former Presidents Bill Clinton, Gerald Ford and John F. Kennedy, and corporate tycoons Ross Perot, Henry Heinz and Nelson Rockefeller.

A sought after speaker & business consultant, Christopher is a premier national leader in business development, economic & workforce development, diversity and inclusion and entrepreneurship. As a retired US Air Force Officer, he brings complex problems to creative solutions from experiences serving as an executive in the for-profit, non-profit, academia and government sectors of America's economy.


Today Christopher C. Herring is President and CEO of River Walk Publishing, LLC, President and CEO of New Horizons School, LLC, Chairman of the Texas Association of African American Chambers of Commerce (TAAACC) and Past President/CEO of the Alamo City Chamber of Commerce. He is a certified Workforce Diversity Trainer through the Society of Human Resource Management.


As the Chairman of TAAACC, he advocates for over 250,000 businesses and 23 chambers of commerce in the nation's second largest economy with the goal to increase revenues and sales.


Since 2011, Christopher has served three mayors as the Mayor of San Antonio's appointee to the Small Business Advocacy Committee (SBAC) overseeing the Small Business Economic Development Advocacy (SBEDA) Program subcontracting goals. He was elected as the Chairman of the SBAC's 5-Yr Contracting Diversity Plan Accountability Subcommittee which is a law of the city of San Antonio.


Chris' story was captured by StoryCorps and their recorded conversation was entered into the American Folklife Center at the Library of Congress and in a special collection at National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington, DC in 2016.

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