Blake Kelly Joins Partnership Lake Houston as Program and Event Coordinator

BLAKE KELLY Joins Partnership Lake Houston as Program AND EVENT Coordinator                                                                                                                                                               
HUMBLE, TX —Partnership Lake Houston recently announced that Blake Kelly has joined their staff as the new program and events coordinator.
Kelly will serve area businesses and build investor relationships by coordinating informative business programs and Partnership events. His area of focus will include Leadership Lake Houston, monthly luncheons and the upcoming Golf Classic.
Partnership CEO Jenna Armstrong said they are looking forward to the experience and enthusiasm Kelly brings to the role.
“Blake’s background in event planning, sponsorship management and delivering an extraordinary customer experience make him a great addition to our team,” Armstrong said. “We are excited to have him on board, and we are looking forward to the benefit and value he will deliver to our members.”
Prior to joining the Partnership, Kelly worked as Operations Coordinator for the Southern Texas PGA and PGA Tour Champions eventw. Kelly received a bachelor’s degree in Sports Management with a minor in Business from Texas A&M University in College Station. Kelly said he is eager to develop relationships with business members.
“Attending the 2-day Leadership Lake Houston retreat during my first week gave me a glimpse of the busy, but community-driven work done at the Partnership,” said Kelly. “As someone with a golf background, I am excited for the upcoming Golf Classic on October 29, where I hope to meet more of our investors and community leaders.”
To contact Blake Kelly, email or call (281) 319-8902. To register for one of our events, visit


Partnership Lake Houston is a 501c6 private, nonprofit chamber of commerce and economic development organization established in 1923. The Partnership works to help businesses and the economy grow in the northeast Harris County communities of Humble, Kingwood, Atascocita, and Summer Creek.