Partnership Lake Houston CEO Jenna Armstrong Announces Resignation

Partnership Lake Houston CEO Jenna Armstrong Announces Resignation
A person smiling for the cameraDescription automatically generated with medium confidenceHUMBLE, TX — After more than 14 years at Partnership Lake Houston, CEO Jenna Armstrong announced her resignation. Armstrong has taken a position as a Senior Public Affairs Specialist with Waste Management. Her last day with the Partnership is November 19th.
“Jenna has obviously been an important leader in this community and has accomplished a great deal for both the Partnership and the Lake Houston Area” said PLH Board Chairman Terry Vaughn.  “Though she is leaving us, her contributions will be seen for years to come.  We wish her the best in her future endeavors” He continued.
Armstrong has been the President and CEO of Partnership Lake Houston since 2016, seeing the Partnership through growth, change and the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey as well as the COVID-19 Pandemic. Most recently she played a significant role in merging both the former Lake Houston Area Chamber of Commerce and the Lake Houston Economic Development Partnership to create what is now Partnership Lake Houston.
While an interim CEO has not been named at this time Partnership leadership intends to do so in the near future. The Partnership Board will begin a search for its next President and CEO immediately thereafter.



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.