Massey Villarreal is CEO and President of Precision Task Group, Inc., (PTG). PTG is a Hispanic-owned and managed technical system’s integration firm providing business solutions to public and private sector firms. Hispanic Business Magazine named Massey Villarreal as one of the one hundred most influential Hispanics in the United States. Newsmax Magazine has named Massey, one of the one hundred most influential Hispanic Republicans in the country. Mr. Villarreal was the first person to ever serve as chairman of a local, state, and national Hispanic chamber when he served as chairman of the Houston Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (chairman emeritus), the Texas Association of Mexican American Chambers of Commerce (TAMACC) based in Austin Texas, and the United States Hispanic Chamber of Commerce (USHCC) headquartered in Washington, D.C. While serving an additional 3-year term on the Board of Directors of the USHCC, Massey was elected Chairman of the USHCC Foundation. Mr. Villarreal serves on the Board of the Greater Houston Partnership. Other community boards that he has served on include the Bio Houston, Houston Technology Center, JP Morgan Chase Bank, Collaborative for Children, American Red Cross of Houston, Neighborhood Centers, Inc., and Houston Super Bowl XXXVIII. Current boards include Lone Star College Foundation board, Houston Golf Association, Houston Final Four Committee, American Israel Public Affairs Committee (AIPAC) National Council, and the Memorial Hermann Hospital System Board. On January 19th 2016, Texas Governor Greg Abbott named Massey Villarreal to the Economic Incentive Oversight Board for a term to expire at the pleasure of the Governor. Additionally, Massey was named the Presiding Officer of the aforementioned committee. The Board will review the effectiveness and efficiency of state incentive programs and funds administered by the offices of the Governor, the Comptroller and the Department of Agriculture. The Board will make recommendations to the Legislature on each program. Texas Governor Rick Perry re-appointed Massey to the Texas Economic Development Corporation. Massey served for one year in a vacated position on the Texas Public Finance Authority until December 2009. The authority issues and sells bonds for designated state agencies in order to finance the acquisition or construction of buildings. Prior to this recent appointment, Governor Perry appointed Mr. Villarreal as presiding officer (Chairman) of the governing board of the Texas Department of Economic Development (TxEd). Mr. Villarreal led a successful transition of the agency to the Governor’s office, effective September 1, 2003. On September 23, 2003, Governor Rick Perry announced a new $5 million marketing campaign – Texas One – to continue the state’s recent string of successful job creation efforts led by Mr. Villarreal. It will assist public and private efforts to promote the state’s excellent business climate, skilled workforce, strong education system and convenient access to emerging markets. In July 7 2007, Massey was appointed by Houston Mayor Bill White to serve on the Gulf Coast Economic Workforce Development Board.