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      Featured Member
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      Featured Member
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      2021 Business Directory and Visitors Guide
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      hYPer - helping Young Professional entrepreneurs resource
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      Congratulations to our Leadership CORE Class of 2021
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      Joining cities and our military
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      Opening Business
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      The Chamber Ambassadors
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      Breaking new ground
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      A heart for our communiity

    to our CEO, President & Executive Members!





  • The Chamber (Schertz-Cibolo-Selma Area) is a 3-Star Accredited Chamber of Commerce. Serving a Membership of over 525 businesses, within 18 cities and 8 counties, we are your advocates for better business, providers of networking and marketing opportunities as well as business to business and business to community connection. Join us today and become a Member of one of the top 10 largest growing Chambers in the area for 9 years in a row as cited by the San Antonio Business Journal. We want to help you build a better tomorrow.


    To serve, promote & enhance economic success




    Empowering the business community one relationship at a time to have a voice, maximize growth and succeed




    Advocacy, Stewardship, Integrity, Excellence


    The 2021 Chamber Board of Directors


    The Board of Directors of The Chamber of Commerce is a volunteer Board consisting of owners and managers of local businesses, dedicated to setting and promoting policies and procedures to encourage economic growth and education
    in the Chamber community. The Board convenes monthly as well as for a yearly strategic planning session, which reviews the passing year and sets new goals for the coming year. Board Directors serve a three-year term and consists of an acting Chair, Chair Elect, Past Chair, Treasurer, Secretary and supporting Vice Chair positions.






    Top Row: L to R: ,  Chair: Jill Carpenter (Jefferson Bank)
    2nd Row: Chair Elect Hengameh Stanfield (Mattenga's Pizzeria);Treasurer Charlie Weisinger (Weisinger Law Firm); 
     Past Chair Tyler Haile - Chair 2020 (Chick fil A)Secretary Stacy Husted (Schertz Cibolo Emergency Clinic),
    Third Row: Vice Chair Rhonda Williams (Brighter Futures Learning Center); Vice Chair Jason Dragoo (Hi-Tex Solutions), Vice Chair Debra John (Blue Bonnet Palace), Vice Chair Andrew Brooks (Santikos Entertainment)
    Bottom Row L to R: Vice Chair Chuck Smith (Embrace Orthodontics), Vice Chair Michael Beaver (Methodist Hospital Northeast), Vice Chair Dr. Veronica Garcia (Northeast Lakeview College), Vice Chair Daron Lofton (Frost Bank)


    Advisory Board


    Our Advisory Board are nominated and elected former Board Directors who have been asked to hold an honorary position by the current Chamber Board of Directors. They are used to advise and council the current Board on suggestions and issues that may arise within The Chamber.


    L to R:  Board Member Jewell Davenport (KDJ Insurance Agency), Board Member Wendy Griffin (Schertz Bank & Trust),  Board Member Shirley Bennett (Barrett Cooper Accounting)



    Meet our Chamber Staff




    Maggie Titterington, IOM, President
    Maggie Titterington is beginning her 11th year as President of The Chamber. Her past
    work experience includes owning and operating various businesses including a
    videography and event coordination business that she operated from 1998 until 2018.
    Maggie received her Advanced Studies Certificate from the University of Oklahoma in
    2013 and her IOM distinction in Organization Management in 2017 from the
    University of Arizona. She is a founding and current Board Member of the Community
    Advisory Committee for the SCUCISD, a committee member of the Friends of Nighthawks
    for Northeast Lakeview College and an Honorary Commander with the 558th Phantom
    Knights Squadron on Randolph Air Force Base as well as the AETC Civic Leader representative
    for Joint Base San Antonio. 




    Angela Surprise- Finance & Operations
    Angie is our Finance and Operations team member and is beginning her 4th year as
    part of The Chamber team. She also acts as the liaison to our Ambassador
    committee. She has held various positions over the years that all revolved around
    management and finance. She enjoys the behind the scenes organization in helping
    events and business relationships fall into place. Though not typically the first face seen
    when visiting the office, Angie is always a quick call or email away and will
    assist anyone (member or not) with their questions and needs.
    . To contact Angie, you can reach her at




    Carol Lovelady- Membership Services
    Carol is beginning her 4th year with The Chamber as its Membership Services Team
    Member. She welcomes and trains our Members on their Chamber website, inputs
    their data into our system and shows them areas that they can be more involved with
    The Chamber, thereby increasing their business visibility. With 25 years of sales experience,
    Carol has learned how to build lasting relationships and enjoys helping support members
    to make those strong connections needed to grow business.  If she could tell our Members
    the one thing they should know about their membership, the more you connect with others,
    the more you will get out of The Chamber! 
    To jump start your Membership benefits, email Carol at




    Shelby Griffin- Special Events
    Shelby has been a part of The Chamber as a Member since 2016 and as full-time staff 
    since June of 2019. Shelby enjoys the variety and fast pace that comes with her role
    as events coordinator. because every day there is something new to accomplish or a
    challenge to overcome (she is never bored!) Shelby would like the membership to know
    that there are many ways to get involved with our events including sponsoring,
    volunteering, being a vendor, or simply sharing the event on social media. Her work goal
     is to increase attendance at all The Chamber’s annual events by at least 20%
    because she feels the more awareness the public has of the events, the more exposure
    our Member businesses receive.  If you wish to contact Shelby email her at