SCR May Breakfast - City of Fort Worth Development Services
May 31, 2023 | 8:00 am
River Crest Country Club
Join SCR for the May Breakfast at River Crest Country Club. Our guests will be D.J. Harrell, Director of Development Services for the City of Fort Worth, and Michael Crain, City Council District 3.
Cost: $25 for SCR members and $35 for non-SCR members. At the door, tickets will be $30 for SCR members and $40 for non-SCR members.
SCR members (REALTORS®, Affiliates, and Friends) can click the REALTOR® Registration button to register. Non-members can use this form to register.
Thank you to our May Breakfast Sponsor: Compass Commercial | WWG Team
D.J. Harrell is the Director of Development Services of the City of Fort Worth. His primary responsibilities include administration of municipal planning, development facilitation, public infrastructure design review, and building standards for the city. He is best known for his ability to develop and integrate teams to align around shared visions and goals while promoting an inclusive and cooperative culture.
Harrell is active in multiple professional organizations such as the Texas Municipal League, the Urban Land Institute, the American Planning Association, the International City/County Management Association, the Project Management Institute, and Leadership Fort Worth. Harrell holds a bachelor’s and master’s degrees in political science with a concentration in public policy and urban planning from Southern University in Baton Rouge.
Councilman Michael D. Crain is honored to serve the people of Fort Worth. As a real estate broker, public servant, philanthropist, and father, Crain has a variety of qualities that help make him successful in this role. Holding a B.A. from Texas A&M University’s Mays Business School, a J.D. from Texas A&M University School of Law, an M.B.A. from The State University of New Jersey’s Rutgers Business School and a certificate in Executive Leadership from Texas Christian University’s Neeley School of Business, his education is well rounded. Crain began his career in administration and public policy through roles with former Fort Worth Mayor Kenneth Barr, former Congressman Pete Geren and Congresswoman Kay Granger. Through these opportunities he gained valuable skills he uses in his public service role as the District 3 City Councilman.