Bulverde/Spring Branch Economic Development Foundation Leadership Staff

 The Talent and Experience to Assist You Through the Process.

 Sherry Mosier


Sherry Mosier has over 25 years combined experience in real estate acquisitions and development, land use and entitlements, economic development, government affairs and contract administration.

Sherry joined the Bulverde/Spring Branch Economic Development Foundation (BSBEDF) in April of 2013 as its first Executive Director and in October of 2015 was promoted to President.  She serves as the Designated Community Economic Developer (DCED) for the area through the Governor’s Office and is responsible for leading the efforts of the BSBEDF in fulfilling its mission to attract and facilitate business development that enhances our local economy, community, and Hill Country quality of life.

Formerly, Sherry was the Director of the City of Windcrest Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) where she oversaw the day to day operations of the corporation and led the economic development efforts of the corporation to include oversight of the construction of Racker Road, a collaborative effort with Rackspace Hosting. She was also advisor to the City of Windcrest Planning & Zoning Commission. Most notably over her career, Sherry was the Special Projects Manager for the law firm of Earl & Associates, P.C. (fka Earl & Brown, P.C.) in San Antonio specializing in land use and entitlements, economic development, and water rights.  She was directly responsible for the creation of eleven Tax Increment Reinvestment Zones (TIRZs) in South Central Texas during her tenure.

Sherry is a longtime resident of the San Antonio and Bulverde/Spring Branch region, a graduate of Douglass MacArthur High School in San Antonio and a graduate of the University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA).  She holds a BA in Criminal Justice with an emphasis in Legal Studies and held a Paralegal Certification through the National Association of Legal Assistants from 1995 to 2015.

Sherry is very active in the community and serves a variety of organizations, including as Chairman of Alamo Area Council of Governments (AACOG) Economic Development District (EDD) Comprehensive Economic Development Strategy (CEDS) Committee, Board Member of the Bulverde/Spring Branch Area Chamber of Commerce, Board Member of the United Way of Comal County, Member of the Comal ISD Facility Advisory Committee, Member of the Texas Economic Development Council, Board Member of the City of San Antonio’s Tax Increment Reinvestment Zone No. 15 “North East Crossing”, and Member of the Comal ISD Special Education Task Force. Sherry has been involved over the years with several regional non-profit organizations as well such as Mission Road Ministries, AccessAbility Fest, the Arc of San Antonio, the Arc of the Hill Country where she was a founding board member, and The Gordon Hartman Family Foundation where she was a member of the design team for Morgan’s Wonderland Special Needs Park in San Antonio.