Speaker Date Topic
No Club Meeting - Happy Thankgiving! Nov 21, 2018
No Club Meeting - Happy Thankgiving!
Jason Jennings Nov 28, 2018
President, Baylor Scott & White Update

Jason D. Jennings, FACHE is currently the president for Baylor Scott & White Health – College Station Region. Jennings is a graduate of Texas A&M University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in biomedical sciences. He also holds master’s degrees in physical therapy from the University of Texas Medical Branch and in business administration from the University of Texas at Tyler. Jennings received the 2016 Outstanding Alumnus award from Texas A&M University, College of Biomedical Science. Jennings is a native Texan and grew up in Arlington, Texas. Jason and his wife, Jennifer, have two daughters, Reagan and Taylor.

Coach Gary Blair Dec 05, 2018
"Tradition in the Aggie Way"

Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame member, Gary Blair, led Texas A&M to the 2011 NCAA Championship and has transformed the women’s basketball program into a national power since his appointment as head coach in 2003.
Blair, a two-time national finalist for the Naismith Coach of the Year Award, has guided Texas A&M to 13 straight NCAA Tournament appearances, and to four conference championships, including the 2013 SEC Tournament Championship.
Blair led the Aggies to their first national title in their first-ever trip to the NCAA Women’s Final Four and closed out the 2010-11 season with a 33-5 record, the most victories in program history. The Aggies were voted as the No. 1 team in the coaches’ poll following the season, the first time Texas A&M stood atop either poll in women’s basketball.
In his 16th year (2018-19) at Texas A&M, Blair is the longest-tenured coach in program history, also owning the school records for wins (357), winning percentage (.703) and NCAA Tournament Appearances (13). Blair has more than doubled the win total of Lynn Hickey, whose 154 wins marked the school’s previous record for a coach.
One of the most active and involved coaches in the Bryan-College Station community, Blair is a frequent and charismatic speaker at the local Rotary Club as well as other civic and student groups throughout the year. He also hosts the annual Gary Blair Celebrity Golf Classic that benefits Special Olympics Texas. 
Blair is a member of six Hall of Fames, including induction into the state of Arkansas Sports Hall of Fame in 2014, the Women’s Basketball Hall of Fame in 2013, the Texas Sports Hall of Fame in 2011, the Southland Conference Hall of Honor in 2009, the Stephen F. Austin Ladyjack Hall of Fame in 2008 and the Texas High School Basketball Hall of Fame in 2002. He was also honored with the 2011 New York Athletic Club’s Winged Foot Award, which is presented annually to the winning coaches of the men’s and women’s NCAA Division I Basketball Championships.
A 1963 graduate of Dallas’ Bryan Adams High School, Blair was an all-city baseball player. After a tour in the U.S. Marine Corps, he earned his bachelor’s degree in health and physical education with a minor in journalism from Texas Tech in 1972. He completed his master’s degree in education in 1974 and also played a season of baseball for the Red Raiders.  Blair has two children, Paige and Matt, and three grandchildren, Logan, Lola and Landry.

Paul Ryerson Dec 12, 2018
Salvation Army Bell Ringing 2018

To be published.

Coach Merrill Green Dec 19, 2018
Christmas Celebration
No Club Meeting on January 2 Jan 02, 2019
No Club Meeting on January 2

No Club Meeting on January 2

Andrew P. Morriss ‘18 Jan 23, 2019
"Introduction to the Texas A&M School of Innovation"

Andrew P. Morriss ‘18
Dean, Texas A&M University School of Innovation
Vice President, Office of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development

Prior to serving as Dean of Texas A&M University’s School of Innovation and Vice President of the Office of Entrepreneurship and Economic Development, Andrew served as Dean of the Texas A&M University School of Law and the Anthony G. Buzbee Dean’s Endowed Chairholder. Andrew was the D. Paul Jones & Charlene A. Jones Chairholder in Law at The University of Alabama, was the Workman Professor at the University of Illinois College of Law, and the Roush Chair at Case Western Reserve University School of Law. He has taught in Greece, Guatemala and Hong Kong, and lectured in Cambodia, the Cayman Islands, China, Myanmar and Nepal.

Morriss earned his A.B. from Princeton, his J.D. and Masters in Public Affairs from the University of Texas at Austin, and a Ph.D. in Economics from MIT. In 2018, he earned an Aggie Ring and completed a Master’s in Educational Technology at Texas A&M University.

He is a Senior Fellow of the Property and Environment Research Center, Bozeman, Montana; Chair of the Editorial Board of the Cayman Financial Review; a Research Scholar at the Regulatory Studies Center, George Washington University; a Research Fellow of the NYU Center for Labor and Employment Law; and a Senior Fellow of the Reason Foundation.

Dean Morriss is married to Dr. Carol Akers ’87 who received her degree in Veterinary Medicine from Texas A&M University. They have two daughters, Kathleen and Julia.