Staff

 

Augustus “Auggie” Campbell
President & CEO | West Houston Association
820 Gessner, Suite 1310 | Houston, TX 77024
713.673.8311
acampbell@westhouston.org

BIO

As President & CEO of the WHA Augustus Campbell advocates for better infrastructure, planning, and policy in Greater West Houston, a 1,000 square-mile area that includes western Harris, Ft. Bend and Waller Counties. Auggie chairs Harris Plus Flood Solutions, a not-for-profit advocating for flood resiliency across the Houston region, most notably through their Houston Stronger Campaign, which successfully lobbied for state-wide flood control planning and funding.    He served as Treasurer for the Fight Flooding PAC, which successfully advocated for the $2.5 billion Harris County Flood Control Bond; and is a director of the Memorial Management District.

 


Jennifer Boggs
Director of Programming and Operations
West Houston Association
820 Gessner, Suite 1310 | Houston, TX 77024
713.673.8310
Jennifer@westhouston.org

BIO

Jennifer Boggs, J.D., joined WHA in July. Jennifer is originally from Houston and has most recently been in Austin working for Whole Foods and Amazon. She brings over 15 years of experience in non-profit development, law, and government; her knowledge of events, policy, and business are a great fit for where WHA is going.


Imani Forrest
Director of Communications and Outreach
West Houston Association
820 Gessner, Suite 1310 | Houston, TX 77024
713.673.8310
imani@westhouston.org

BIO

Imani Forrest is a talented young professional beginning her second year as the Director of Communications and Outreach at the West Houston Association. As a graduate of Texas State University, Imani earned her Bachelor of Arts in Electronic Media and gained various experience in radio, video, music, and social media platforms. She has since had a great many opportunities that allowed her to volunteer for Super Bowl LI as well as help the campaign behind the passage of the $2.5 billion Harris County Bond Election. Imani enjoys being a member of the Public Relations Society of America and hopes to continue to get further involved in the community.