Tue, Jun 08 | Maggiano's Little Italy

June 2021 Luncheon

Pivoting has become an essential skill for all of us. The ladies of the Miss America organization know more than a little about that. And not just in the way you'd expect!
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Time & Location

Jun 08, 11:30 AM – 1:00 PM
Maggiano's Little Italy, 2019 Post Oak Blvd, Houston, TX 77056, USA

About The Event

Pivoting takes many forms.

Our speaker this month is Angela Witzkoske, Miss Southeast Texas 2020.  Angela is a first generation Aggie, Class of 2018, with a degree in Communication and a minor in journalism. She will share the story of her path from Gonzales, Texas, to College Station; the effects of the Miss America Organization on her life; and the effects of the current pandemic on the Miss America Organization. Did you know it was created almost 100 years ago on the heels of the 'Spanish flu' health crisis? 

Connect with other H-town Aggies on June 8th for another "can't miss" episode of Houston Aggie Women Networking Luncheons.

Maggiano's will be observing all recommended social distancing guidelines.

No more than 6 guests at each table. Maximum of 24 guests in the room. All banquet staff will be wearig masks and gloves.

We don't know what the guidelines will be on June 8th, but whatever they are, we'll be observing them. Stay tuned for updates.

Like all Houston Aggie Women events, the June 8th Networking Lunch is OPEN TO ALL.  No membership required.

Current members do get a discount on their lunch price, however.  Click here to purchase your 2021 Membership now and begin taking advantage of Member Pricing immediately.

$30 Member Early Bird Pricing – register no later than June 1st. $35 Member Price if you pay on-line after June 1st or at the door.

$35 NON-Member Early Bird Pricing – register no later than June 1st. $40 NON-Member Price if you pay on-line after June 1st or at the door.

Past lunches have SOLD OUT.  We cannot guarantee you a seat unless you register online before the event.

NOTE: The room capacity limit may decrease as we approach the actual date of this event. Better safe than sorry....

Lunch is served family-style - this month's menu includes salad, pasta, grilled chicken with veggies, and don't forget those fabulous desserts! Yum!

Questions? E-mail JClark@melton-melton.com or Info@HoustonAggieWomen.org.

HOUSTON AGGIE WOMEN is a key resource for Aggie women, friends and family.  We connect the Houston Aggie community through networking, education, and giving back.

Our events are OPEN TO ALL - men and women, Aggies and Non-Aggies - anyone needing a little boost.

Second Tuesday of every month - networking starts at 11:30 a.m., lunch from 11:50 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.

Join us for good food, good conversation, and an interesting speaker - sometimes an Aggie, sometimes not, but always interesting.

Afraid you won't know anyone there?  Bring a friend!

Can't find a friend to bring?  Don't worry!  In a room full of friendly Aggies, you're bound to find a conversation to join.  And with our wide range of Class Years, you'll probably find someone with a Class Ring just like yours.

SPEAKER: ANGELA WITZKOSKE '18, MISS SOUTHEAST TEXAS 2020

I am 24 years old, I grew up in Gonzales, Texas - home of Come and Take It and the best TexMex around! I have an older brother named Cody; he and my sister-in-law have two kids, Lainey and Coby. I grew up with a very small family (I actually don't have any cousins) with A LOT of animals. At my parents ranch we raise cattle and goats, often find ourselves raising baby chickens and ducks, and continuously adding to our ever growing fur family. 

Growing up, I was a baton twirler for 10 years, started cheerleading in middle school, played the flute in band and finished my senior year on the dance team. I have always had a passion for public speaking and actually competed in public speaking competitions through FFA in high school. I love being creative, challenging myself and trying new things. After high school, I went to Texas A&M University to pursue a degree in Communication with a minor in journalism. I am a first generation Aggie and college graduate. Upon graduation, I accepted a position with HighRadius Corporation as an inside sales representative and have continued to move up the ranks with 3 promotions over the past 2 years. I love my company and the people I work with. 

I decided to compete for Miss America Local competitions because of the awesome scholarship opportunities provided by the organization- as a first generation college student, this will help me pay off the fair amount of student debt I've accumulated. 

I have had such a wonderful experience with the Miss Texas Organization and the girls in it - this is by far the friendliest and genuinely nice group of women, I've ever had the pleasure of competing with. 

I'm so excited to continue my year of service and getting to know all of the incredible women of the Miss Texas Class of 2020. 

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