American Turkic Business Council and Texas Turkish American Chamber of Commerce hosted a Luncheon Forum “Diversity: A Fort Bend County Asset in the Global Economy” in its headquarters in Houston, TX. Fort Bend County Judge Hon. Robert Hebert was the keynote speaker. Judge Hebert is a former business owner and a U.S. Navy Veteran. Before taking office as County Judge in 2003, he served on several boards, including Alief ISD, the Greater Fort Bend Economic Development Council, and as director and president for the Brazos River Authority.
Fort Bend County develops to be the most family friendly community in Texas. Among other counties, Fort Bend County is known as “The Modern American County”; also is one of the fastest growing county in the nation. With the expansion in population, education, as well as economic growth; Fort Bend County has achieved its global initiative’s mission that enhances the quality of life.
Education Investment is noticeable by creating advantages in return. During his speech, Judge Robert emphasized “Student exchange program in Taiwan, China, and India has brought a great value in culture, and diversity in the community. People use the diversity to learn, work, and build the community together as well as improve leadership skill.”
According to Judge Robert Hebert, “Staying on top of the massive growth the county has experienced so the quality of life does not deteriorate. Keeping the cost of living and tax rates low all while building the necessary infrastructure.” Fort Bend County comes with many solutions in order to improve citizen’s quality of life. Along with the ease of accessibility in location, Fort Bend County provides many advantages for investors and entrepreneurs as well.
After the forum, guests had the chance to query and discuss with our speaker.