Georgine Guillory

Georgine Guillory

President, Port of Beaumont Board of Commissioners Port of Beaumont

Georgine Guillory has served as a Port of Beaumont Commissioner since 2003. She was elected board president in June 2021, becoming the first woman appointed to the position. Guillory was the board’s secretary-treasurer from 2007 to 2020.

A lifelong resident of Beaumont, Guillory is a small business owner and is very active in civic and community affairs. She serves on the board of Government Affairs with the Greater Beaumont Chamber of Commerce, the Lamar University Alumni Association board and the Julie Rogers Gift of Life Foundation board.
Guillory is the founder of Pioneering Women, an organization which honors women in the community for their professional, philanthropic and vocational contributions, and helps promising students pay for higher education. She also volunteers for the American Legion Post No. 817.  

Guillory is a graduate of Lamar University, a member of the 2000 class of Leadership Beaumont and the Texas Leadership Academy.  She has been recognized by state and federal lawmakers, was named Woman of the Year by the National Association of University Women-Beaumont and was called a Most Influential Woman by 12News-KBMT in 2018.

About the Port of Beaumont

As the fifth largest port in the nation in terms of tonnage and the largest strategic military outload port in the U.S., the Port of Beaumont is committed to propelling growth in Southeast Texas, the nation and the world. With a focus on superior customer service, operating an efficient and effective intermodal network, and continuous improvement, the Port of Beaumont continues to be known as a premier port for breakbulk, liquid bulk and project cargoes.  
 

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Thursday 30/09/2021

From 10:20 To 11:20

09/30/2021 10:20 09/30/2021 11:20 Diversity & Inclusion in Breakbulk: How to Become a Diversity Champion Studies have shown that diversity in the workplace is a formula for success, but how we get there can differ widely. Here we’ll talk with three women who have taken different paths to leadership: professional mentorship beginning at the university level (her mentor will join her on the stage), one who climbed the ladder to the top through hard work and networking, and one who decided to strike out on her own. All are successful and all are committed to helping others get there too. Learn what works and what doesn’t. Breakbulk Main Stage

Breakbulk Main Stage

"Diversity & Inclusion in Breakbulk: How to Become a Diversity Champion"

Casey Cooper Citlalli Martinez Georgine Guillory Kasey Eckstein
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Thursday 30/09/2021

From 10:20 To 11:20

09/30/2021 10:20 09/30/2021 11:20 Diversity & Inclusion in Breakbulk: How to Become a Diversity Champion Studies have shown that diversity in the workplace is a formula for success, but how we get there can differ widely. Here we’ll talk with three women who have taken different paths to leadership: professional mentorship beginning at the university level (her mentor will join her on the stage), one who climbed the ladder to the top through hard work and networking, and one who decided to strike out on her own. All are successful and all are committed to helping others get there too. Learn what works and what doesn’t. Breakbulk Main Stage
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Breakbulk Main Stage

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