Brenda Vickrey Johnson served as 2007 Chairman of the Board for the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce

January 2007

Brenda Vickrey Johnson has over 22 years of experience with Vickrey & Associates, Inc. and has been President and CEO of the leading civil engineering firm since 1993. She has more than 27 years of financial, project management and marketing experience in the engineering and banking industries. Brenda has considerable experience in the utilization of public/private initiatives to achieve common goals and objectives. She chaired The Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce Public Affairs Council in 2004 and was a Chamber Vice Chair in 2005, Chair-Elect in 2006, and served on the San Antonio Mobility Coalition Executive Committee, the State Board of the Texas Council of Engineering Companies and the San Antonio Economic Development Foundation Board. She is the 2003 Past President of Commercial Real Estate Women (CREW) - San Antonio. She received the prestigious Eva Rosow Award of Excellence in 2001, the 2002 San Antonio Business Journal Women’s Leadership Award, and the 2009 Ford Tribute to Business Women Leaders Award. Brenda was the 2007 Chairman of the Board of the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. She was the second woman to be elected as Chair of the Board in the Chamber’s 112 year history. 

Mrs. Johnson currently serves on the Board & Executive Committee of the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce, the Joint City/County Citizen Bond Oversight Committee, the Clean Technology Forum for the City of San Antonio and serves as Mayor Phil Harberger’s appointee to the P-16 Council. 

Under Mrs. Johnson’s leadership, Vickrey & Associates, Inc. was honored in 2005, 2006 & 2009 as one of the "Best Places to Work" by the San Antonio Business Journal and received the "San Antonio Ethics in Business Award" for 2009 presented by the Ecumenical Center for Religion and Health, in partnership with the UTSA College of Business. The firm is also the proud recipient of the 2005, 2006 & 2009 Engineering Excellence Awards for their work along the historic San Antonio River, and for their innovative civil design services provided on the Stone Oak Temple site in Bexar County and the FBI District Field Office. Mrs. Johnson is a graduate of the University of Texas at Austin.