Austin, TX – Gov. Greg Abbott recently appointed Kristi Koncaba, president and chief operating officer at Texan Bank, to the board of directors for Texas Mutual Insurance Company.
Koncaba joins Texas Mutual’s board of directors with 15 years of experience in commercial banking, including co-founding both Family Bancorp, Inc. and Friendswood Capital Corporation. Friendswood is the bank-holding company for Texan Bank, where she serves as executive vice president, chief operating officer and secretary.
Koncaba chairs the advisory board of the Bay Area YMCA and serves on the boards of Texan Bank; Friendswood Capital Corporation; Innovative Alternatives, Inc.; the Clear Lake Area Chamber of Commerce and the South Belt–Ellington Chamber of Commerce. She is also a member of the Society of Human Resource Management, the Texas Bay Area Society of Human Resource Management, the HR Certification Institute, HR Houston and Financial Women in Texas.
Koncaba has been recognized by several organizations for her professional, academic and philanthropic achievements. Among those honors are being named a Women Creating Change honoree by Change magazine, receiving the University of Houston–Clear Lake Early Achievement Award, and most recently, earning the Perry Family YMCA Volunteer of the Year award in 2017.
In addition, John Swanson, president and chief executive officer of Utica Resource Ventures, LLC, has been re-appointed to another term on the Texas Mutual board. Swanson was first appointed to the board in May 2012 by former Gov. Rick Perry.
Source: Texas Mutual