Chesney comes from a diverse background of financial analysis, philanthropy, and strategic business development. She completed both the Texas URE Program and the Global Business Foundations Program through the McCombs School of Business, as well as a Bachelor of Arts in Government from UT Austin, and the US-China Political and Economic Relations Program at Tsinghua University in Beijing, China. She is known for building strategic relationships between organizations, and for developing sustainable programs for the institutions she has served. Chesney currently serves on the Planning and Zoning Commission for the City of Boerne, and is passionate about architectural design and sustainable growth practices.
Quick Fact: I don't know if I can say that I have a green thumb, but I love to garden. More precisely, I have somewhat of a hobby of reviving "mostly dead" plants that I find overlooked in corners of the store. It's beautiful to see how resilient plants can be with just a little bit of love and care. If I'm not in the garden with my daughter, you will find me curled up with a great book and a cup of hot tea.
Favorite place/thing to do in Boerne: antique shopping on Main Street with my husband, running on the Old Number 9 Trail, taking my toddler to see the ducks on River Road, exploring the book racks at the Patrick Heath Public Library, and grabbing coffee and a pastry at the Dienger.