The Italian-America Chamber of Commerce South Central would like to thank the newly elected members of its board: Massimiliano Tosi and Carlo Di Nunzio who now join Frank Cerza, Roberto Noce, and Franco Valobra who are now embarking on their second term.
The current board is comprised of the following members:
Brando Ballerini, president
Carlo di Nunzio
Our team would also like to thank previous members Federico Farina and Elena Hofmann for their service to the chamber and the community. And we would also like to recognize Mary Ann Remollino-Ellis and Amine Matta who also ran for board positions this season.
The energy and enthusiasm that all of our members bring to the table are key to the success of the IACC and its engagement with our community. Board members, new and old, and board member candidates, we thank you for your service!
About the IACC newly elected board members:
Frank Cerza is a partner in the Business and Corporate Services and Real Estate practice groups at Lewis Brisbois Bisgaard & Smith LLP and is Chair of the firm’s Italy Practice Group.
Architect Carlo Di Nunzio is the recipient of numerous awards for his work, which has been featured in leading magazines like Texas Magazine, Houston Lifestyles and Homes, Houston House and Home, Luxe, Beautiful Homes, and Beautiful Kitchens.
Roberto Noce is a leading member of the oil and gas community in Texas and has worked for a number of top companies. In 2003 Roberto joined the Saipem Group of Companies to start up a newly acquired offshore engineering company, Moss Maritime.
Massimiliano Tosi is the Event & Community Relations Manager at Eataly in Dallas where he focuses on promoting Italian high-quality products, tradition, and hospitality. He is an MBA who has years of experience in the food and wine industry.
Frank Valobra, whose family has been in the jewelry business since 1905, is the owner of two prestigious jewelry stores in New Orleans and Houston. His family also owns a shop in Turin and in Lugano, Switzerland, located on the city’s famous Via Nassa.