Sharleen gave us a behind-the-scenes look at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo and entertained us with stories of her wild ride in the Grand Entry. Houston Aggie Women will donate to Sharleen's favorite student group in the Bush School of Government and Public Service, the Ambassadors Council.
Sharleen Walkoviak ‘77
Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo Lifetime Vice President
Kalyn Clark '17
2017 MSC Fall Leadership Conference Chair
Kalyn gave us a review of the MSC Fall Leadership Conference that Houston Aggie Women supported in 2016, then she told us of her plans for improvements she will make to the 2017 Conference. At the end of her talk, Jennifer Clark '94 (no relation) presented Kalyn with a Houston Aggie Women check to get her 2017 Conference off to a good start.
State of the College and 25 by 25 Program (a controlled enrollment growth program with a goal of 25,000 engineering students by 2025).Diana Hu '97 and Jennifer Clark '94 present Dr. Katherine Banks with a Houston Aggie Women check. The funds will be used for the Women In Engineering program.
Dr. Katherine Banks
Texas A&M University Dean of the Dwight Look College of Engineering
TAMU System Vice Chancellor for Engineering
Renee Sullins '85
Life Coach with Renee Sullins Coaching
Renee also heads up Tapestry of Hope, a non-profit organization she founded in 2006, and works with underserved teens to help them get a college degree. She requested that her donation be made In Honor Of Brandon Dalton, C-Battery, Aggie Band.
HAW made a contribution to the Eternal Aggie Band Fund. The fund is used to supplement funds for instruments and/or instrument repair as well as other non-travel expenses for the Aggie Band. This is especially helpful for cadets who cannot afford to buy their own instrument and to cover the cost of large instruments such as sousaphones and drums.
She spoke to the May 2018 HAW luncheon about turning potential into success.