Julie Snyder moved from Sacramento, California where she served as Vice President and Director of Operations for the California/Nevada/Arizona Automotive Wholesalers’ Association for over ten years. In that capacity, Snyder was responsible for all operations of the multi-state trade association representing companies like AutoZone, Napa Auto Parts, O’Reilly Auto Parts as well as international automotive parts manufacturers like Robert Bosch Corporation and Gates Rubber Company to name a few.
Snyder began her career working for chambers of commerce and has a strong background in chamber management including working for the Reno-Sparks, Nevada Chamber of Commerce, the Arizona State Chamber of Commerce and the Roseville, California Chamber of Commerce.
Julie is a graduate of the Academy Program through the Western Association of Chamber Executives, served on the Council for California Society of Association Executive, is married and has two children.
Dina Nall was born and raised right here in Texas, moving to Kyle in 2014. She is currently attending Western Governor’s University – Texas online to complete her Bachelor’s Degree in Business Administration. Dina thrives on keeping things organized and enjoys working to meet and exceed goals – both personally and professionally. With a long history of Executive Assistance and Operations Management, Dina’s skillset is unique and refined.
Dina is the mother of three handsome boys – Micah, Elijah, and Judah. Dina also serves on the PTA, is in the process of writing (and hopefully publishing) a book, and enjoys a good run when life gets a little crazy.
Aissa Martinez has a Bachelor of Arts in Communication Studies with two minors in English and Marketing from Tarleton State University. She is currently working on a Master of Science in Mass Communications at Texas State University. Martinez has five years of background knowledge in social media trends. She spent almost three years with the Texas Social Media Research Institute where she became a marketing professional learning all the ins and outs of the digital world today.
Martinez has presented her marketing and communications findings at the Southern States Communication Association, the Texas Social Media Conference, the Texas Social Media Summit for Nonprofits, and most recently a Kyle Chamber luncheon and the Rotary Club of Kyle. She is a member of the Student Event Planners Association (SEPA) and the Southern States Communication Association, Public Relations Division.
On her free time, she enjoys going to Target, hanging out in the San Marcos River, and trying all the Sunday brunches in the area. She does not have a Texas hometown because she was raised a Marine Corps child living in seven states and attending ten different schools, but she now is proud to call San Marcos, Texas home.