Overview of the Governing Board
The policy-making body of the Division is a five-member board, appointed by the governor with the advice and consent of the Texas Senate. The members hold office for staggered terms, with the terms of two or three members expiring on January 31 of each odd-numbered year. Members must be registered voters and may not hold another public office. These are non-salaried positions and the Governor designates the chair.
Current Members of the Manufactured Housing Division Board
Ronnie Richards, Presiding Officer
Term Expires: At the pleasure of the Governor
Jason R. Denny,
Term Expires: January 31, 2025
Term Expires: January 31, 2027
Sylvia L. Guzman,
Term Expires: January 31, 2025
Keith C. Thompson
Term Expires: January 31, 2023
Ronnie Richards of Clear Lake Shores is co-owner of Butler’s Courtyard, a wedding and reception venue in League City’s Historic District. Richards retired after a 45 year career as vice president of marketing for American Homestar Corporation. He is president of the Clear Lake Shores Economic Development Corporation Board of Directors and serves on the League City Hotel Occupancy Tax Advisory Board. Additionally, he is active in the League City Regional Chamber of Commerce and is past president of the League City Historical Society. Richards received a Bachelor of Business Administration from the University of Houston. His term ends at the pleasure of the Governor. (Top)
Jason R. Denny is a Texan, born and raised in Corpus Christi and currently resides in Austin with his wife Stephanie, daughter and two sons. He served eight years in the United States Marine Corps including two years with the Marine Reserve in Austin, Texas with service in Operation Enduring Freedom. As a Texas REALTOR® with Keller Williams Realty, Inc., he understands that buying or selling a home is more than just a transaction: it’s a life-changing experience. That’s why he is dedicated to providing exceptional, personalized service for all of his clients. He takes great pride in the relationships he builds and always works relentlessly on his client’s behalf to help them achieve their real estate goals. His term expires on January 31, 2025. (Top)
Joe Gonzalez of Round Rock is originally from the Rio Grande Valley. He moved to Austin to attend the University of Texas and earned his Bachelor of Science degree in Advertising in 1995. He received a Master’s in Business Administration from Texas State University in San Marcos in 2002. Gonzalez is a Sales Manager for Community Brands, a company that provides software and services to associations, nonprofit organizations, and government entities. He is currently serving on the Board of Directors for Hospice Austin, a nonprofit organization. He is a member of the Texas Exes Hispanic Alumni Network. And, after a long career in real estate, he is still a Licensed Real Estate Broker and is an Associated Broker with Austin Absolute Realty. His term expires on January 31, 2027. (Top)
Sylvia Guzman of Spring is a retired practice manager of a pediatric cardiology practice at Medical City; also previously worked as a regional sales representative at Virtual Prototypes, a flight simulation software company, as well as Virgin Interactive Entertainment, a video gaming software company. She is a former member of the Tri-Cities Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Denton Chapter. Her term expires on January 31, 2025. (Top)
Keith C. Thompson of Lubbock is an attorney and principal at The Law Office of Keith C. Thompson, PC. He focuses on business, commercial and real estate law. Thompson received a Bachelor of Business Administration from California State University, San Bernardino a Master of Business Administration and Juris Doctor from Texas Tech University Rawls College of Business and Texas Tech University School of Law. Thompson previously owned a real estate development company that built manufactured housing subdivisions. Thompson is a problem solver. His goal with every client is to formulate reasonable solutions for difficult and challenging situations. A Lubbock Texas resident of over 20 years, Thompson strives to provide the sophistication and expertise of any large firm, and the comfort and appeal of personal relationship. He enjoys a variety of outdoor activities and is actively involved with Fellowship of Christian Athletes. His family, including a wife and 3 children, are very dear to him. On any given weekend, Keith's kids and friends gather for fun at the Thompson household. His term expires on January 31, 2023. (Top)
Date: April 16, 2021
Board Meeting Time: 11:00 AM
Manufactured Housing Governing Board Webinar registration:
Dial-in number: +1 (562) 247-8422
access code 607-671-445
(persons who use the dial-in number and access code without registering online will only be able to hear the Board meeting and will not be able to ask questions or provide comments). Note, this meeting will be proceeding as a videoconference under Tex. Gov’t Code §551.127, as modified by waiver.
If the GoToWebinar terminates prior to adjournment of the meeting (i.e. if the webinar session “crashes”) the meeting will be recessed. A new link to the meeting will be posted immediately on the TDHCA Manufactured Housing Board meetings web page (http://www.tdhca.state.tx.us/mh/board.htm) along with the time the meeting will resume. The time indicated to resume the meeting will be within six hours of the interruption of the webinar. Please note that in this contingency, the original meeting link will no longer function, and only the new link (posted on the TDHCA Manufactured Housing Board meetings web page) will work to return to the meeting.