Bev Earl has spent the last 10 years in service to The Woodlands community. She is a graduate of Leadership Montgomery County and serves on the board of directors for the Friendship Center, Texas New Community (New Danville), Interfaith, and the Community Impact Committee of the Montgomery County United Way. She is currently Chairman of the Board for the South Montgomery County Chamber of Commerce and serves on the Conroe ISD Planning and Decision Making Committee.
Bev has served on many committees and fundraisers over the years. She has chaired the Interfaith Gala and served on the committee every year. She also co-chaired the New Danville House Raffle. Bev has participated on committees such as First Night, The Woodlands, Interfaith Child Development Center Board, Chamber committees including Retreat, Business Expo, Legislative Team.
Bev was honored as a Hometown Hero in 2005 and as the 2004 Montgomery County United Way Volunteer of the Year. In 2007, she was named one of People Scene’s “People of the Year.
Bev has a real passion for the seniors of our community and has worked diligently with community service organizations in an effort to improve the quality of life of our seniors. She has served on The Friendship Center Fish fry committee and the Senior Prom Committee and other projects that benefit the seniors throughout the year.
Bev Earl is the owner/president of Corporate Incentives, Inc and a long time resident of The Woodlands. She founded the company in 1996, specializing in promotional marketing items. The family-owned business is in the top 3% of companies in the nation in the advertising specialty industry.
As a business owner in The Woodlands, Bev understands the importance of managing the day to day business operations including managing a staff and payroll, as well as the importance of bringing new businesses to The Woodlands. In order for The Woodlands to continue to thrive, she believes businesses and residents must work together.
Before becoming a business owner, Earl dedicated the first 20 years of her life to being a stay at home mom who was very involved in the activities of her community and her children. Born and raised in Michigan, she served as President of the PTA in two school districts there in the mid 1980’s and also served as a part of the Strategic Facilities Committee for the Clarkston, Michigan school district. She moved to The Woodlands in 1990 with her family. She was instrumental in founding The Woodlands High School Lacrosse Club, now celebrating its 10th Anniversary.
As a business owner, experienced community volunteer, wife, mother and grandmother, Bev Earl is very interested in serving on the Township Board. All of her family live and work in and around The Woodlands, and she wants to continue to make it a great place for families and businesses.