The Amarillo EDC is made up of a talented group of staff members and
generous board members. Get to know some of Amarillo’s greatest
Lloyd Brown is the CEO of Integrated Advantage Group and co-founder of Smart Chemical Services, a leading chemical provider headquartered in Amarillo, Texas. Lloyd boasts nearly 30 years in the chemical, oil, and gas production industries.
Lloyd received his Bachelor of Business Administration in Petroleum and Land Management from Texas Tech University's Rawls College of Business. His background also includes two years in the construction industry and nine years in oil and gas risk management.
Lloyd has been a member of Vistage Worldwide, Inc. -- a peer-to-peer coaching and leadership organization for CEOs, executives, and business owners -- for five years. Every year, he meets with business professionals to provide coaching on other strategic sales management, marketing, and more.
He and his wife, Lora, have one daughter, Bailey.
Scott is the Amarillo market President and serves on the Board of Directors of First United Bank.
A native of Perryton, Scott has been in the banking business in Amarillo since 1985 after he earned his BBA in finance from North Texas State University.
His wife Kim is an elementary school principal in Amarillo. Together they have two children.
Scott is very active in the community having served on numerous civic boards including Golden Spread Council of Boy Scouts, Amarillo/Canyon United Way, Juvenile Diabetes Research Foundation, Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center Community Advisory Board, and the Amarillo Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone.
Brian Heinrich is a board-certified personal injury attorney at Templeton Smithee Hayes Heinrich & Russell LLP in Amarillo. He has practiced trial law since 1991.
Brian graduated summa cum laude from Texas Tech University with a Bachelor of Science and Texas Tech University, School of Law, magna cum laude.
Brian is heavily involved in the law community, having served as the president of the Amarillo Bar Association and Panhandle Trial Lawyers Association, in addition to many others.
He and his wife, Susie, have three children.
Laura is an expert in executive administration, strategic planning, development and healthcare.
She has worked with the WTAMU Foundation, Amarillo Opera, Amarillo Symphony, Amarillo Area Foundation, and the Globe-News Center for the Performing Arts.
Laura has received countless awards for her volunteer and philanthropic work in Amarillo and has led campaigns for over 15 organizations.
Andrew Hall was born and raised in Amarillo. He is a sixth-generation Texan, a fact that he is very proud of. After graduating from high school, Andrew headed to Southern Methodist University (SMU) where he graduated with a BBA in Finance. After working in the financial services industry, he returned to SMU and received his MBA from the Cox School of Business with concentrations in Accounting and Finance.
Currently, Andrew is the managing partner of Gillco Energy, a family-owned and operated oil and gas company. He is also active in commercial and residential real estate development as well as venture capital financing.
Andrew believes in giving back to his community and serves on numerous non-profit boards. He is a past president and current board member of Amarillo Habitat for Humanity. He is on the boards of Center City of Amarillo, Downtown Amarillo Inc., and sits on the finance committee of the Amarillo Area Foundation.
When he’s not working or volunteering, Andrew can be found enjoying the great outdoors with his wife Lauren, and their two young children Winn and Wells.