Aaron Cox has spent his entire career working in the not-for-profit sector and specifically with chambers of commerce since 2006. Aaron currently serves as the vice-president of chamber relations and for the Texas Association of Business (TAB) and the CEO of the Texas Chamber of Commerce Executives (TCCE) positions he has held since November 2011. For TAB, Aaron coordinates grassroots advocacy networks, creates legislative research, insight and education materials for chambers of commerce. He also works to inspires chambers to action on legislative actions taken by TAB.
TCCE is the state association for chamber professionals. In his role with the association Aaron works with the TCCE Board and oversees, training and professional development, operational & organizational consultation and develops operational resources to empower chamber professionals in their daily work while helping their organizations become more effective, efficient and profitable.
Prior to joining TCCE/TAB, Aaron served as a staff member of the Kentucky Chamber and the executive director of the Kentucky Chamber of Commerce Executives. Before the Kentucky Chamber he was an associate executive director for two not-for profits where he led initiatives in workforce development, transportation, independent childcare and several youth programs among other things. He was the chief legislative agent as well and worked with legislators at the state and federal levels on numerous policy and funding initiatives.