Brown has also been a member of the Hill Country Community Action Association (Executive Committee member) and chaired the Texas Conference of Urban Counties Policy Committee.
Brown’s experience has led him to serve in many capacities on infrastructure committees, including travel and water infrastructure.
Twice Brown served as President of the North American Corrider Coalition, an international coalition dedicated to economic development through infrastructure development and enhanced security and efficiency of international freight movement along the I-35 corridor.
Gov. Bush appointed Brown to the Texas Transportation Task Force, and he served as chairman of the Trans-Texas Corridor Advisory Committee, the TTC-35 Advisory committee and the My-35 Citizens Advisory Committee. THis effort, Brown said, “developed the corridor improvement plan from which TxDOT and the legislature have made major funding decisions in recent years. To date, over $5.25 billion have been committed to improvements on I-35, including over $800 million in Bell County.” The committee Brown chaired was recently recognized by the Texas Transportation Commission for its role in developing the plan.
Meeting future water needs for the area and protecting water resources is of particular interest to Brown, who worked to create the Clearwater Underground Water Conservation District to provide a vehicle for the responsible management of our critical groundwater resources. He currently serves on the Brazos Region G Water Planning Group, tasked with developing the regional water plan for an area covering 37 counties in the central Brazos basin. he is cooordinating the efforts of a local stakeholders group, working to protect the Edwards Aquifer while mitigating the impacts of federal environmental regulation related to endangered species