Helen Giddings Black Women Empowering Black Women Chair

Helen is a charter member of the Trinity (TX) Chapter and served as its first President.  Additionally, she served as Parliamentarian, Chair of the Legislative Issues and Public Affairs Committee, and served on the Western Area Human Trafficking Committee.

Helen Giddings is President of Multiplex Inc., a specialty concessions company, which she founded in 1989.  Ms. Giddings served in the Texas House of Representatives for 26 years.  She also served as the past Chair of the Texas Legislative Black Caucus.

With a profound interest in the arts, Ms. Giddings has served on many boards including the African American Museum, Dallas Symphony Board, Dallas Summer Musicals, Dallas Historical Society and the Dallas Theater Center.
Her contributions led to the African American Museum naming a room in her honor and the City of Lancaster naming its Amphitheater for her.

Strongly committed to public service, she has served as the Board Chair of the Dallas Black Chamber of Commerce, Vice-Chair of the Dallas Transit Board, member of the Dallas Planning Commission, State Bar Grievance Committee the Dallas County Grand Jury.

Helen has served as President of the bi-partisan 1600 member, National Foundation of Women Legislators.

Ms. Giddings has been featured in Black Enterprise and has been recognized by Ebony Magazine as one of the 100 Plus Most Influential Black American.

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