The volunteer Board of Directors for the Keller Farmers Market holds the vision and maintains the fiscal health of the market. The Board, along with our vendors, volunteers, staff, and executive director, work together to ensure the continued success of the market by creating a fun, education-filled, family atmosphere and community gathering spot during the market season.
Gwen Allen, Board Chair
Gwen has 15 years of project management with McKesson Corporation, a Fortune 14 pharmaceutical company. Gwen holds a BS degree in Behavioral Science and an MS Degree in Business Management. Gwen moved to the Dallas area in 1998 from Indiana where she served on numerous boards and tasks forces providing services to state citizens, as a State government employee. She is a member of the Alpha Kappa Alpha National Sorority, Inc.
Brian Boerner, Secretary
Heather is honored to support a venue for local farmers and artisans through her service on Keller Farmers Market Board. As a professional educator, she designs and leads outdoor experiential science programs. Heather founded Prairie Keepers, an Earth Education group based in Keller, and co-directed Prairie Fest 2013 at Tandy Hills in Fort Worth. She also serves on the steering committee of the North Texas Children in Nature Network.
Brian moved his Edward Jones office to Keller in the late part of 2014. He is responsible for local families’ finances and investments. Brian enjoys cooking with whole foods including grass fed and organic meats, locally grown produce and living an active healthy lifestyle. Joining the KFM was an easy decision by simply following his passions. It is important to understand what you put in your body and how your body reacts to certain food types. Brian is also actively serving in the following organizations: Blue Zones Project, Empty Bowls and a Keller Rotarian.
Meghan comes to KFM with a background coordinating events, volunteer engagement, marketing and fundraising initiatives for nonprofits, including chambers of commerce, supporting local businesses on the east coast. Having spent much of her life frequenting local farms for goods from produce, ice cream, to Christmas trees, Meghan is excited to bring her passion for all things local to KFM to continue its’ mission to bring locally sourced foods to the Keller community.