Jeff Moseley is a member of the Texas Transportation Commission, which oversees statewide activities of the Texas Department of Transportation. Gov. Rick Perry appointed him in June 2012.
Prior to his appointment, Moseley was chief executive officer of the Greater Houston Partnership. During seven years in this role, he worked on numerous regional transportation policy efforts and partnered with transportation stakeholders such as the Gulf Coast Regional Mobility Partners and the I-69 Corridor Coalition.
He previously served as director of the Governor's Office of Economic Development and Tourism. Between 1991 and 1999, Moseley served as Denton County Judge. During that time, he was a member of the metropolitan planning organization for the North Central Texas Council of Governments, supported the passage of two mobility bond campaigns, organized the I-35 Corridor Coalition and was involved in the creation of the North Texas Tollway Authority.
Moseley is a partner in Griffith Moseley Johnson and Associates, which provides economic development and site selection consulting. A sixth-generation Texan, he and his wife, Jackie, have two daughters, Joi and Jenni. Moseley received the Outstanding Alumnus Award from Southern Nazarene University in Oklahoma.
You may contact Commissioner Moseley by phone at (512) 305-9509 or by email.