Individual Members

As of March 16, 2022, the individuals listed below are active Individual Members of 24HourDallas.

Annual dues are $25.

Those indicated with a star ⭐ are Charter Members. Charter Members joined as a show of faith prior to our inaugural annual meeting on Nov. 16, 2020.

Many of these individual members also serve as volunteers on 24HourDallas committees. We appreciate their vision and support.

David Askenase ⭐
Audrie Austin
Amit Banerjee
Nathaniel Barrett
Jordan Benson
Stephanie Bond
Jasmin Brand
Jack Bunning ⭐
Andres Contreras
Matthew Crittenden ⭐
Heather Dickie
Gabriel Dowell ⭐
Emma Dugas
Dee Faith
David Fisher ⭐
Keith Foster ⭐
Allison Gaughan
Dee Faith Gonzales
Drew Green ⭐
Jamie Griffin
Jeff Herrington
Christian Huber
Joshua Hunt
Augustine Jalomo ⭐
Les Jones
Suzan Kedron
Brian King
Reuben Lael ⭐
Brian Larney
Matthew Mabel
Susan Mahoney
Rhiannon Martin ⭐

Ian Michael Martinez
Jake McCall ⭐
Maureen McGregor
Heather McNair
Cara Mendelsohn ⭐
Monika Müeller
Michelle Mew
Oscar Perdomo
Christopher Penney ⭐
Heather Pickett ⭐
Toni Portmann
Brandon Poythress
Robert Prejean, AICP
Tanya Ragan
Desiree Rios
Jose Rivas
Eric Rubenstein
Gary Sanchez ⭐
Matt Schuster
Amit Shirsat
Jennifer Sierra
Suzanne Smith ⭐
Tony Stewart
Casey Thomas
Christopher Thomas ⭐
Bryan Tony ⭐
Albert Valtierra
Brian Weale
Randall White ⭐
Matt Wood ⭐
Christy Zimheld

Individual Member Spotlight

As an educator, writer and blogger, TEDx speaker, and coach to social sector organizations, Suzanne Smith has been reshaping the business of social change for more than two decades.

Now, Suzanne is also reshaping Dallas.

As a strategic project consultant to the new Dallas International District, Suzanne is helping to provide a unique home for international businesses of all sizes.

The 450-acre Dallas International District will be a vibrant, multicultural live-work-play community which will celebrate, encourage and inspire diverse people and businesses in North Texas.

The District will also feature a PreK-12 STEAM International Academy being built by the Dallas ISD and a new 20-acre central park that will serve as a home for international festivals, community gatherings, and more.

And, of course, all of this will help boost Dallas’ 24-hour economy.

We like that.