Speaker Date Topic
4th Thursday Club Social - no morning meeting Sep 24, 2020 6:00 PM
Trinity Reilly, Joana LeFebvre, Charlotte Thornton Oct 01, 2020
Past Outbound Youth Exchange Students Reflection
Sola Lawal-Houston Delivery Service Manager Nuro Oct 08, 2020
Nuro Cars
Nuro Cars

Nuro has partnered with Kroger and CVS to offer convenient, affordable delivery to the Houston community. In certain zip codes throughout Houston, Kroger customers can have their groceries delivered right to their homes, and similarly, CVS customers can have prescriptions and other necessities brought to their curbside by Nuro’s fleet. Fewer errands = more time to spend on life, doing the things you love.

Hannah Steen Oct 15, 2020
Houston Angels

Lawyer, Reader, Advocate, Planner
Likes: Reading, hiking, swimming, summertime (even in Texas), animals,
wildflowers, caves, and plants
Dislikes: Constant negativity, the cold, onions, and seagulls
Hannah grew up in Katy, Texas and attended Southwestern University. She took
a year off from school before starting at the University of Houston Law Center
where she completed her JD in May 2020. For a short time before starting law
school, Hannah gave tours of a cave. After her time as a tour guide, she sought
out more information about the vital role that caves play in providing Texans and
people all over the world with clean groundwater. She now hopes to pursue a
career in oil and gas in karst terrain, where caves are most likely to form. Hannah
also loves to be outdoors, especially in the summer, and enjoys hiking. Her
favorite place is the Texas Hill Country. She has two cats and a large indoor
Hannah started advocating for foster children through Child Advocates in Harris
County, but she has always been passionate about being a voice for those who
need it most. Hannah’s passion is ensuring that children in the foster care system
have at least one consistent relationship in their lives and that they grow up in a
safe environment. She originally heard about Austin Angels and loved the
mission of the organization. Once Hannah learned there was a Houston chapter
she wanted to get involved as much as possible. Offering consistent support
through intentional giving and mentorship aligns perfectly with Hannah’s goals
in assisting and supporting foster kids and their families.

4th Thursday Club Social - no morning meeting Oct 22, 2020 6:00 PM
John C. Martin Oct 29, 2020
American Cancer Society
Brock Wagner, CEO - St. Arnolds Brewing Company Nov 05, 2020
Running a Business in COVID Times
Roslyn Y. Bazzelle Nov 12, 2020
Entertainment law
Entertainment law

Ms. Bazzelle advises and represents clients in real estate, business transactions, corporate planning, corporate structuring and entertainment law.  She assists clients in the purchase, sale, financing, development, and leasing of commercial and residential properties. Ms. Bazzelle also counsels national and international companies on a wide range of general corporate matters, including, corporate compliance with federal and state regulations, contracts, mergers and acquisitions, intellectual property protection and corporate structuring. She provides her entertainment expertise to individual artists and entertainment companies with entertainment contracts and copyright and trademark matters.

Ms. Bazzelle is a frequent speaker on corporate, real estate and intellectual property matters for organizations, including, the University of Houston communications law program, Texas Southern University Thurgood Marshall School of Law CLE and student programs, Texas Business Alliance One Woman Conference, Women Business Owners National Business Convention, Houston Bar Association CLE program and the National MBA Association Houston Division.

Ken Walker, West U Police Chief Dec 03, 2020
Virtual Gate - Police Department Thoughts in Today's Times
Jon Peters, Life Coach - Speaker - Author Dec 10, 2020
Former Texas High School Baseball Legend - What Happened - Where He Is Now

There he is on the cover of SPORTS ILLUSTRATED, 30 years ago last spring: May 8, 1989. He is on a pitcher's mound, rearing back with a baseball in his right hand, his left foot in the air, his pink face bathed in sunlight beneath the green cap of Brenham High. His tongue is squeezed between his lips. Above his head, a single word in yellow capital letters: SUPERKID. Never before had a high school baseball player been featured on the cover of SI. The story inside opens with a photo spread in which he stands solemnly on that same mound, turned toward centerfield with his hat held over his heart during the playing of the national anthem, his eyes cast downward. Behind him, the school band members in their white polos, and beyond them a sea of blurry faces in the grandstand behind home plate. The headline: AN AMERICAN CLASSIC.