Cheryl LaBerge

City of Harlingen, Retired

Cynthia Hinojosa

Law Office of Gilberto Hinojosa

Veronica Lucio

E3 Partners Ministry

Nydia Tapia-Gonzales

Director, South Texas Tourism

Edgar Gaucin, Treasurer

Assistant Investigator, Federal Public Defender

Javier Salinas

Assistant Director of Undergraduate Admissions, UT-Rio Grande Valley

Crystal Losoya, Vice Chair

Collections Specialist, Cameron County District Clerk's Office

William Berg

Professor, Retired from UT-Brownsville

Annemarie Whitko

Project Manager, Ambiotec

Murad Abusalim, Chair

Chair of Architecture Program, Texas Southmost College

David Vasquez

Former YouthBuild Student

Rita Conde, Secretary

Social Worker, Retired.


Larry Hollmann

Accountant. Retired from Burton, McCumber & Cortez


The Community Development Corporation of Brownsville is overseen by a community board whose members meet monthly to transact corporation business. All meetings are posted and open to the public

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Board members are elected to three-year terms with a two-term limit. Nominations to the Board are made by existing and past Board members, as well as referral.


CDCB’s Board is positioned to provide input and strategic direction to the Corporation's initiatives, insight into service needs of the community at large, as well as oversight of the Corporation’s operations. 


Current members of the board are:


Board members