Fred Moses, Chairman Emeritus and a Founder of Plano Community Forum, is the successful Owner, President and CEO of Telecom Electric Supply Company since its establishment in 1985. Prior to this he had a lengthy career in Finance and Operations with General Electric Supply Company for 11 years. He graduated from the University of Bridgeport with a BA in Marketing and graduated from Housatonic Community College with an AA in Business Management.
Fred has dedicated many years of service and leadership in the Plano community where he currently serves as Trustee for Collin College in Collin County. Other positions include Past Commissioner Texas Department of Licensing and Regulations; Past County Chair - Collin County Republican Party; Past Chairman of the Board of the Plano Chamber; Past Chairman of the Board of the Plano Economic Development Board; Past Chairman of the Board of Plano Community Home.
Through years of faithful service Fred Moses has earned the recognition of many companies, organizations and publications including the 2020 front-page featured cover story for Minority Business New Texas Magazine. Other recognitions and honors include being inducted into the 2019 Minority Business Hall of Fame; awarded the Tom Landry Leadership Award by Dallas Baptist University (DBU); and being awarded the Living Legend Award by Collin County Community College.