Texas Freight Advisory Committee

Jeff MoseleyJeff Moseley


Texas Department of Transportation: 2012-2016

Griffith Moseley Johnson & Associates: 2013-2015
Vice President Consulting: site selection, economic development and business development.

Greater Houston Partnership: 2005-2012
A lead role in GHP's 10-year strategic plan that set regional goals of 600,000 high paying jobs; $60 billion in capital investment and expansion of trade by $120 billion (goals met two years early). Opportunity Houston was launched to aggressively pursue leads for GHP's 30 regional economic development allies. Opportunity Houston successfully raised $32 million in its capital fundraising campaign for marketing, which was recognized as the largest in the nation. GHP became recognized nationally as a leader in economic development (Site Selection) and earned the distinguished title of Accredited Economic Development Organization from the International Economic Development Council. GHP was the only economic developer of its size to receive this distinction. Also served on the board of directors of Greater Houston Convention and Visitors Bureau, Center for Houston's Future, Houston Livestock Show and Rodeo, United Way of Houston and the Texas Bowl.

Governor's Office of Economic Development and Tourism: 2003-2005
CEO under Governor Perry: Headed marketing initiative that got Texas ranked #1 business climate in nation. (Site Selection magazine 2004). Played a lead role in Perry administration gaining the coveted Governor's Cup–having most facilities announcements in the nation (Site Selection magazine 2005). Served as CEO of Texas One, a public/private partnership to market Texas. A strategic team member in launch and administration of $295 million Texas Enterprise Fund. Instrumental in negotiating Citgo HQ move to Houston.

Texas Department of Economic Development: 1999-2003
Executive director under Governor Bush: Responsible for managing up to 178 FTEs in five divisions with budgets totaling more than $200 million. Reengineered department through two Sunset sessions and 15 audits. Led coordinated effort to bring Toyota Tundra manufacturing facility and 2,000 jobs to Texas. Reestablished formal trade missions to Mexico with emphasis on oil and gas.

Denton County: 1991-1999
County Judge

Denton County: 1987-1990
Justice of the Peace

Bachelor's Degree – Southern Nazarene University