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Frisco, TX, United States, 2010/02/03 - John Ansbach, General Counsel of EFA Processing, was recently appointed to serve on the Board of Directors of the Texas Association of Business, the state’s leading organization for employers.
Ansbach fills a two-year leadership position that began in January 2010.
“TAB is thrilled to have John as part of our leadership team,” said Bill Hammond, TAB President. “The more involvement from our members, the more effective we will be in championing free enterprise, a healthy business environment and economic prosperity for all Texans.”
Ansbach is the General Counsel & Chief Operating Officer for EFA Processing, LP, located just outside of Dallas, Texas. EFA (efaprocessing.com) is a business process outsourcing company that provides back-end support and call center services to companies across the United States.
As COO, Ansbach’s primary duties include leading the operations team to ensure the company's service efforts meet the highest standards of excellence and efficiency. As General Counsel, Ansbach's primary responsibilities include leading the company's legislative and public affairs efforts.
In addition to serving as COO & General Counsel of EFA, Ansbach also serves as the President-Elect of the General Counsel Forum - Dallas Chapter, where he is also a member of the board. He also serves as Chairman of the Legislative Committee of the United States Organizations for Bankruptcy Alternatives, and, in his community, on the Board of Directors of Susan G. Komen for the Cure in Dallas.
When time permits, Ansbach also speaks on request from Fortune 500 companies and national non-profits on topics related to leadership, customer service and diversity. He has been privileged to speak for Frito Lay North America, Toyota Motor in the U.S. and Canada, Hewlett Packard, and the National Association of REALTORS, among other groups.
Founded in 1922, the Texas Association of Business is a broad-based, bipartisan organization representing thousands of small and large Texas employers and the majority of local chambers of commerce.