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Chandler Wallace has accepted the position of director of marketing and business development for The Shops at Clearfork. In this role, Wallace will work to create, develop and implement the overall strategic marketing direction for Fort Worth’s luxury lifestyle destination. Simon made the announcement May 1. Wallace will be responsible for planning and executing Clearfork’s many marketing initiatives and events, along with maintaining community and public relations.

“A Fort Worth native, Chandler has deep roots in the community, and we look forward to having her unique perspective on the Clearfork team,” said Jenny Harris, Regional Vice President of Marketing, Southwest. “We know that her experience, leadership and enthusiasm will be instrumental as we continue to elevate this iconic property.”

Having spent her entire career in Fort Worth, Wallace has worked in a variety of roles and industries, from healthcare to oil and gas. She most recently served as a development associate for Cook Children’s Health Foundation, where she collaborated with many local organizations and vendors to strategically plan and execute fundraising events and volunteer programs. Prior to her stint in the nonprofit sector, Wallace held various marketing and communications positions at companies including NorthStar Bank; Holland Services; Veritas Energy, LLC and Chesapeake Energy Corporation. Her career achievements stem from her ability to manage with creativity and efficacy. Wallace is results driven, persuasive and articulate, adaptable and able to lead any team to success.

A graduate of Pennsylvania State University, Wallace earned three simultaneous Bachelor of Arts degrees in public relations, international studies and French, as well as a minor in business, in just four and a half years. Since moving back to Fort Worth in 2011, she has joined a number of local organizations including The Junior League; Wine, Women & Shoes, Communities in Schools; Barnaby Club; Mayfest; The Fort Worth Club and Ridglea Country Club. Given her diverse background, Wallace prides herself on her ability to forge synergistic partnerships within the community. She looks forward to doing so with current and future retailers and community partners at The Shops at Clearfork.

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