President / Chief Executive Officer
Northwood University - Dallas, Texas
Bachelor of Arts, Business Management
Brenda moved to Houston in 1975 from Shreveport, Louisiana.
She quickly became involved with the Houston community.
Brenda was crowned Ms. Texas, USA in 2004 and was one of the original Houston Oilers Cheerleaders,
performing on the sidelines at the Astrodome during the
"Luv Ya Blue" days. She took her experience with the Oilers
to the Houston Rocket's management. The Rockets contracted
with Brenda to organize a cheerleading/dance group to perform
at the Rocket's games. Later, Brenda established Total
Rep, Inc., a firm which represented professional athletes
in their contract negotiations and endorsements. Brenda
admits, "the cheering and agent business were a lot of
fun, but were fleeting. I really wanted a business to build
a career on." Brenda established her construction company,
Chavez Service Companies, in 1991. Brenda focuses on the
development of new business and maintaining current relationships.
She also structures the short and long-term strategic plans
Brenda has been blessed to have received numerous business
awards. Just to name a few, she was named Hispanic Entrepreneur
Businesswoman of the Year in 1999, Woman Business of the
Year both in 1998 and 2000, Emerging 10 Award in 2000,
and was on the National Business News/Hispanic Business
Top 100 list in 2002.
Brenda serves on many business boards such as the Houston
Minority Business Council, the Hispanic Contractor's Association,
and the Mexican American Contractor's Association. Within
the community she serves on the Houston Texan's Hispanic
Advisory Council and La Rosa Foundation.