Market Center Management Company has built a legacy of owning and/or managing market centers and associated trade shows around the world for more than half a century. It is led by a team of professionals dedicated to the success of each show and venue.
Bill Winsor was named president and chief executive officer of Market Center Management Company (MCMC) in May 1993. Prior to his appointment, Winsor served as president and general manager of INFOMART, a former technology trade mart in Dallas.
Winsor joined MCMC in November 1981 to establish INFOMART where he was responsible for marketing, sales, operations and administration acting in the capacity of general manager. He also served as a trustee of Market Center Management Company.
Winsor was recruited from Texas Instruments where he was responsible for corporate marketing and merchandising for five product groups including consumer goods, digital systems, geophysical services, government services and semi-conductors.
Prior to joining Texas Instruments, Winsor was the corporate marketing manager for Tenneco Incorporated, having responsibility for product support of multiple divisions.
Winsor is a graduate of Southwest Texas State University and holds a B.S. in Communications. Winsor and his wife of more than 35 years, Kathleen, have two sons, Mark and Kelley. He enjoys ranching and archaeology.
Professional organization affiliations have included board positions with the Dallas Citizens Council, Better Business Bureau and the Retail Merchandising School at the University of North Texas, Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau, and Texas Innovation Information Network Systems.
Cindy Morris is chief operating officer responsible for the leasing, marketing, lease administration, information technology, and human resources divisions. She joined Market Center Management Company (MCMC) in April 1989. Her career with MCMC includes corporate advertising account executive, advertising director for the apparel industry, and vice president of marketing for the apparel industry. She was named executive vice president of marketing in August 1992 and COO in 2002.
Prior to joining Market Center Management Company, Morris served as an account supervisor for the Madelyn Miller Advertising Agency.
Morris is a graduate of Texas A&M University and holds a B.B.A. in Marketing. Morris and her husband, Greg, have two sons, Colin and Blake.
Professional organization affiliations and board positions have included: Design Industries Foundation Fighting AIDS (DIFFA), Dallas Convention & Visitors Bureau Board member, and Texas Retailers Association Board member.
Mitzi Tally is executive vice president of administrative services responsible for lease administration, exhibitor services, trade show administration and trade show operations, and legal and insurance administration.
She joined Market Center Management Company (MCMC) in 1985, serving as a lease administrator for the INFOMART, a former technology trade mart in Dallas, from 1985 to 1992. In this position, Tally was responsible for lease negotiations and interfacing with joint venture partners on lease related details. She then transferred to Market Center Management Company where she served as vice president of lease administration from 1992 to 1995. In this role she was responsible for the management of lease administration and lease negotiations along with exhibitor services. In 1995, Tally was promoted to her current position as executive vice president.
Tally holds a B.S. degree from the University of Texas at Austin and has done post-graduate work at the University of North Texas. She and her husband, Larry, have two children, Jordan and Megan.
Professional organization affiliations and board positions have included the Nordstrom Retail Trend Advisory Panel, Hope Medrano Elementary Board of Friends, and the Stemmons Corridor Business Association.
Robbin Wells serves as executive vice president of leasing, and has been part of the senior management team since 2001. In her position she is responsible for overseeing all permanent and temporary leasing for Market Center Management Company (MCMC).
Wells joined MCMC as director of public relations for apparel and accessories in 1989. With almost two decades at the company, she has held many positions throughout the company including director of public relations and special events, vice president of marketing, and senior vice president of communications.
Prior to her career at MCMC, Wells worked in public relations for Burson-Marsteller and Cohn & Wolfe in New York City as an account supervisor.
Active in her community, Wells is currently on the Advisory Board of Attitudes & Attire, a non-profit organization that helps underprivileged women achieve self-sufficiency in the workplace. She has also served as president of the Dallas Chapter of the Public Relations Society of America and was regional director of Fashion Group International.
Wells holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts in Public Relations with a Minor in Business from Southern Methodist University and a Masters of Journalism degree from the University of North Texas. In her spare time, Wells enjoys spending time with her husband Rick and their two children.
Eva Walsh serves as executive vice president of marketing, responsible for overseeing Corporate Services, Creative Services and Corporate Communications as well as Retail Relations and Business Development for Market Center Management Company (MCMC).
Walsh has been with Dallas Market Center (DMC) for a total of nine years, serving in roles that included temporary and permanent leasing for the apparel industry. She first joined the DMC team in 1989 as director of marketing and was promoted to director of leasing for the bridge and women's apparel industries. In 2003, Walsh relocated to California with her family where she consulted for various companies, including DMC on the development of FashionCenterDallas®, a state-of-the-art open marketplace merchandised into easy-to-shop product category neighborhoods.
In 2012, she returned to Dallas Market as VP of business development and led the company’s retail sales force for specialty and major stores, as well as established new business opportunities.
Walsh holds a bachelor’s degree in communications and marketing from Texas A&M University. She resides in Argyle, Texas with her husband of 26 years, Doug, and their four children.
Cherie Marcum is executive vice president of finance, overseeing the company’s financial processes, audits and budgeting system.
She joined Dallas Market Center in 2007 as a controller and was promoted to vice president of finance in 2008. Marcum previously served as accounting manager then assistant corporate controller at Carreker Corporation, responsible for financial practices and procedures relative to accounting systems and reporting. She also coordinated external audits for the company.
In addition, Marcum held the positions of senior accountant and controller at Internet America, supervising accounts receivable and accounts payable staff, providing accurate financial results and high-quality reporting. She has served in various financial leadership positions at Northern Telecom, Citizens Communications and Deloitte & Touche LLP.
Marcum earned a bachelor’s degree in accounting from Baylor University and went on to finish her CPA certification. She resides in Dallas with her family and is involved with various activities throughout the community benefitting Alzheimer’s, diabetes and breast cancer research.
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