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Downtown Dallas, Inc. Announces Three New Executive Committee Members
May 25, 2016 – Downtown Dallas, Inc. (DDI) is pleased to announce the newest members of their Executive Committee – Liz Beauchamp, Mattia J. Flabiano, III, and Katy Murray. Each new member brings with them a long-standing history with, and passion for, Downtown Dallas.
Liz Beauchamp is the Director, Public Affairs, Mid-Tex Division for Atmos Energy Corporation, which is one of the country’s largest natural-gas-only distributors, serving more than 3 million natural gas distribution customers in about 1,400 communities in eight states. As Director of Public Affairs, Beauchamp serves as crisis communicator, directs the team to achieve the company’s financial and business objectives, implements the public affairs strategic plan, and oversees the company’s charitable contributions.
Mattia J. Flabiano, III joined Page Southerland Page in 1980 and has worked as an architect, project architect, and project manager on a variety of health care projects, including Baylor Health Care System. He is now a Principal in the firm and serves as the Senior Principal for all of the Dallas office projects. Flabiano has successfully managed many large, multi-building projects with numerous consultants both in the U.S. and overseas.
Katy Murray currently serves as Senior Vice President/Chief Financial Officer, Treasurer, and Assistant Secretary of the Company for A. H. Belo Corporation, a position she has held since April 2015. She has more than 20 years’ experience in finance and accounting. Murray is responsible for managing A. H. Belo’s Finance and Accounting organizations, Human Resources organization, and Internal Audit organization.
“DDI is extremely pleased to welcome Liz, Mattia, and Katy to our Executive Committee, and we look forward to their continued involvement and support of Downtown Dallas,” said John Crawford, DDI’s Chief Executive Officer.
About Downtown Dallas, Inc.
Downtown Dallas, Inc. is the primary advocate, champion, and steward for Downtown, effecting change by developing strategies, setting targets, and mobilizing resources that:
- Stimulate a vibrant and sustainable Downtown environment
- Improve infrastructure
- Enhance economic competitiveness
- Create a culturally inclusive urban center
- Position the area as a global destination
Our program areas include: public safety; capital improvements; maintenance; economic development; public policy; planning/transportation; and marketing. For more information, visit www.downtowndallas.com