Leadership Team


Tiffany Krenek


Tiffany is passionate about bringing organizations, school districts, government agencies, HOAs, community management companies, and the people they all serve together through My Neighborhood News. Leveraging decades of dedication paved by her wonderful in-laws, Tiffany is proud to carry on the family tradition of serving communities across the Greater Houston Area. Prior to leading My Neighborhood News, Tiffany enjoyed a fulfilling career in commercial real estate development.

In her leisure time, Tiffany enjoys spending time with family, cooking, traveling, volunteering as a ministry leader at her church and serving as a Girl Scout troop leader. She has been married to Johnny for 15 years and they have three beautiful daughters.

Johnny Krenek

Chief Development Officer

Johnny is an innovative, multi-faceted problem solver with a proven track record in creating robust, yet user-friendly custom database and software solutions for clients across multiple industries. Utilizing a wide range of coding languages, Johnny enjoys leveraging technology to simplify processes and make life easier for users. Johnny is proud to carry the mantle after working alongside his parents and family to build Krenek Printing, the predecessor of My Neighborhood News.

In his leisure time, Johnny enjoys spending time with family, cooking, traveling, live concerts, reading, and volunteering as Junior Warden and Vestry member at his church. He and his loving wife, Tiffany, share three beautiful daughters.

Daniel Arizpe

Community Ambassador

Daniel is a seasoned community advocate, working with executives, local business owners, non-profits, and other creatives to bring people and organizations together in pursuit of their common goals. With a background in communications consulting and public relations, Daniel is passionate about fostering engagement while building relationships with fellow community leaders. Daniel is also a professional photographer specializing in editorial and event photography. Prior to joining My Neighborhood News, Daniel was the Public Information Officer for Cy-Fair Fire Department.

In his leisure time, Daniel enjoys spending time with friends and family, as well as giving back to the community as a board member and photographer for several nonprofit organizations, mentoring through CFISD, and serving with the Cy-Fair Volunteer Fire Department.

Chelsea Virgin

Director, Marketing & Advertising
Chelsea Virgin is a Cypress native and brings a wealth of experience and talent in community engagement and social media marketing. She is thrilled to take on this role with MNN to improve and build on our Greater Houston communities. Prior to MNN, Chelsea has helped many local businesses with strategic marketing campaigns and served with the YMCA of Greater Houston for 16 years. 
In her spare time she enjoys building legos with her kids, playing video games and enjoying time with her husband and family. She has three big dogs that keep her busy as well! 

About My Neighborhood News


Who We Are

My Neighborhood News is an innovative leader in the hyperlocal news sector, supporting communities throughout the Greater Houston Area. As neighbors helping neighbors, we believe that together, we can help our communities flourish through the power of civic engagement.

In addition to community news and resources, we offer customized neighborhood webpages aimed to inform, inspire and connect residents. We are privileged to support our readers in our shared goal of creating a vibrant community that we are proud to call "home".

How We Got Here

In 1979, Johnny's parents started Krenek Printing, a small printing business that published neighborhood newsletters for subdivisions in the West Houston Area. Over the years, their coverage area grew to include over 100 neighborhoods across West Houston, Cypress, Katy, and Fulshear, thanks to meaningful partnerships with local civic organizations, libraries, schools, local businesses, HOAs and community members. So that we could offer more resources, support more communities and reduce our carbon footprint, we went digital with the creation of My Neighborhood News in 2021, bringing our printed newsletters to life in a whole new way.

How It Works

We publish hyperlocal news, events, resources and lifestyle pieces that are aimed to enrich the lives of our readers. On MNN, readers will find news and events from local organizations and community members, as well as curated lifestyle pieces focused on personal wellness, resourcefulness and community engagement. We aim to be a positive source of news and information that lifts up the communities we proudly serve.

Giving a new meaning to "hyperlocal", we also offer customized neighborhood webpages that provide a platform for residents to stay informed of what's happening in their neighborhood.  Learn about upcoming neighborhood events, find governing documents, get connected with a neighborhood group, and much more. Don't see your neighborhood? Ask us how we can build a neighborhood webpage for your subdivision.

To keep our readers in the loop so they never miss a beat, subscribe to your greater community or neighborhood to receive fresh, targeted news in your inbox once per week. In each digest email, readers can learn about upcoming events, latest local news, ways to get involved in your community, lifestyle tips and much more. 

This site is fully funded by local business advertisements so we can keep this resource free to our readers. When readers utilize the goods and services provided by our advertisers, they not only support this website but they also support their community. Investing in your local economy creates jobs, promotes diversity, and puts your money right back into your community.

We want you to be a part of the conversation! Submit your news and events to us and we will help you spread the word to fellow community members. Together, as neighbors helping neighbors, we can make a meaningful difference and strengthen our communities. 

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