July 19 – Jennifer Scripps, CEO, Downtown Dallas, Inc.

Our guest for the July 19th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Jennifer Scripps, CEO, Downtown Dallas, Inc.

Jennifer Scripps, CEO, Downtown Dallas, Inc.

Jennifer Scripps, a Dallas native and long-time civic leader, joined Downtown Dallas, Inc. as president and CEO in April 2022. She took the helm of the 100-employee organization at a time when Downtown Dallas was experiencing historic growth, including more than $4 billion in planned or ongoing development, thousands of new residents, and a string of high-profile corporate relocations.

Jennifer’s focus is on guiding DDI’s strategic 360 Plan and overseeing major projects expected to get underway in the coming years, including the Field Street District and the redevelopment of the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center, to name a few.

She previously served for six years as the Director of the City of Dallas Office of Arts and Culture where she oversaw a series of significant initiatives that elevated the arts throughout Dallas and across the country. Prior to her time with the City of Dallas, she served in multiple roles with the Perot Museum of Nature & Science, including overseeing the day-to-day aspect of the expansion project and business planning of the museum just north of the Central Business District.


Phone: (214) 744-1270

Guest Jennifer Scripps, Host Steve A Klein

May 10 – Braden Cazares, President & CEO, Precision Monitoring

Our guest for the May 10th edition of PlayMakers Talk Show: Braden Cazares, President & CEO, Precision Monitoring

Braden Cazares, President & CEO, Precision Monitoring

Precision Monitoring focuses on providing an advanced level of cardiac ambulatory monitoring solutions and quality assurance while maintaining and sustaining long term patient and physician relationships.

Braden Cazares has been the President and CEO of Precision Monitoring since founding and opening the organization in Irving, Texas in 2016. Braden’s vision in creating Precision was simple. His prior expertise in working with EKGs illuminated the flaws in an industry which had historically been focused on sales and volume instead of focusing on delivering a better quality product to physicians and patients. In this gap, Braden saw opportunity. He was determined to create a company where operations were streamlined so that there would be more efficiency in the timeliness of reporting to the physicians.

In less than eight years, Braden has grown the organization by 1000%. What started with five employees in a small office in Irving has since flourished to 80+ employees in Texas and California.


Phone: 800-341-1043

Host Steve A Klein, Guest Braden Cazares