Upcoming events

    • October 16, 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705
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    Women Working Their Entrepreneurial Mojo

    A 2019 SXSW panelist, Tammy Shaklee is an expert on mid-career shifts and redesigns. She will tell us how female entrepreneurs can take advantage of their experience and networks to defy stereotypes and achieve business success.

    About Our Speaker:

    Tammy Shaklee has long been a natural connector, one who thrives in the details and nuances of what motivates people to succeed. Tammy now utilizes those lifelong skills as a leading
    Relationship Expert and President of one of the country’s top certified matchmaking companies, H4M Matchmaking. Before founding H4M in 2012, Tammy’s successful and diverse 20-year career spanned three different industries. Originally a Midwestern farm girl, Tammy started her career as a broadcast journalist before entering politics where she served as a district director for a Texas state senator who went on to become the Ambassador to Sweden.

    After that, she became the CEO of a Texas chapter of the Make-A-Wish foundation.
    As an industry leader, Tammy Shaklee regularly contributes to national publications,
    including O: The Oprah Magazine, Business Insider, Inside Hook, Marie Claire, and more. Shaklee is currently working on the completion of her first book.

    Agenda:

    6:50am - Coffee & Networking 

    7:10am - Breakfast Buffet

    7:25am - Introductions & Announcements

    7:50am - Speaker Introduction

    8:20am - Q&A

    8:30am - Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    Directions and Parking to UT Club

    Breakfast Fees & Policy

    • October 23, 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705
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    Providing More Than A Meal

    Meals on Wheels Central Texas is best known for its signature program. But we also provide home repair, in-home care, assistance with grocery shopping, and many other services all meant to help home-bound older adults maintain their independence.

    About Our Speaker:

    Adam Hauser has been a part of the Meals on Wheels Central Texas (MOWCTX) family for more than 30 years, and is committed to our life-sustaining mission.

    Adam served on the MOWCTX Board and Executive Committee for several years and
    was Board Chair from 2006-2008 and served on the Meals on Wheels Central Texas In-Home Care (formerly HAND) Board since its acquisition by MOWCTX. He’s also a
    longtime Meals on Wheels volunteer; in fact, he began delivering meals in 1988 and still drives a route every Friday.

    Adam has extensive experience in leading a successful team. He served as the Office
    Managing Partner at the Austin office of Husch Blackwell LLP, a national legal firm.
    Prior to that, he was the Managing Partner of Brown McCarroll, LLP, a local law firm.
    Adam served on the Board of Directors of the Austin Chamber of Commerce from 2010-2013 and was General Counsel for the organization in 2010-2011 and Vice-Chair of Membership in 2012. Adam currently serves on the Meals on Wheels Texas Board and the City of Austin's Commission on Seniors. Adam was also a graduate of the 2011 Leadership Austin Essential Class.

    Adam holds a law degree from the University of Texas School of Law and a B.A. in
    English Literature from Washington University in St. Louis.

    He’s been married to Rhonda Krivosha Hauser for more than 30 years and has two
    grown children, Micah Hauser and Alana Hauser.

    Agenda:

    6:50am - Coffee & Networking 

    7:10am - Breakfast Buffet

    7:25am - Introductions & Announcements

    7:50am - Speaker Introduction

    8:20am - Q&A

    8:30am - Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    Directions and Parking to UT Club

    Breakfast Fees & Policy

    • October 23, 2019
    • 8:30 AM - 9:15 AM
    • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705

    Pigs in Heaven by Barbara Kingsolver

    Join fellow MBC members for lively discussions about topical books in a relaxed atmosphere, right after breakfast!

    About the book:

    Barbara Kingsolver’s bestselling novel Pigs in Heaven follows Turtle, a young Native American girl, and and her adoptive mother, Taylor Greer. They have just settled in Tucson, Arizona and are doing their best to overcome  difficult pasts.

    When a lawyer for the Cherokee Nation begins to investigate Taylor's adoption of Turtle, the new life is interrupted before it even begins.

    Pigs in Heaven depicts a clash between family love and tribal law, and weaves together themes of poverty, abandonment, and belonging. Pigs in Heaven is a morally wrenching, gently humorous work of fiction that speaks equally to the head and the heart.

    Agenda:

    6:50am - Coffee & Networking 

    7:10am - Breakfast Buffet

    7:25am - Introductions & Announcements

    7:50am - Speaker Introduction

    8:20am - Q&A

    8:30am - Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    Directions and Parking to UT Club

    Breakfast Fees & Policy

    • October 30, 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705
    Register

    Designing an Inclusive Employment Experience

    Why do employees stay? What makes them leave? Sometimes it’s pay or benefits, but more often it’s due to something less tangible. We’ll look at the core principles of Universal Design—the same philosophy that brought us Siri, clean interfaces, and autocorrect—and translate these into what makes a compelling, inclusive employment experience.

    About Our Speaker:

    Founded in 1994, Peak Performers employs skilled and dedicated people in administrative, professional, accounting, and information technology jobs. Peak recruits for contract, temporary, temp-to-hire, and direct hire positions in State of Texas and other local government agencies. As part of their nonprofit mission, Peak is setting a new standard of employment for people with disabilities and chronic medical
    conditions.

    Brought in as a digital strategy consultant in 2012, Bree Sarlati, President of Peak Performers, began her tenure helping re-brand the company website and optimize it for search engine performance. Since then, Bree has worked in every part of Peak’s business: payroll, marketing, recruiting, staffing, and office management. Bree joined the leadership team in 2017 and has contributed to explosive growth in existing
    accounts and new service offerings. Under her leadership, Peak’s book of business has grown 40% and has begun offering services in direct hire and executive search. Bree has also led a series of organizational transformations such as a move towards a cloud-based recruiting and HR management software. Bree brings to the organization a diverse, human-focused educational background of sociolinguistics and anthropology and leverages her background of working for nonprofit organizations around the world.

    Agenda:

    6:50am - Coffee & Networking 

    7:10am - Breakfast Buffet

    7:25am - Introductions & Announcements

    7:50am - Speaker Introduction

    8:20am - Q&A

    8:30am - Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    Directions and Parking to UT Club

    Breakfast Fees & Policy

    • November 06, 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705
    Register

    Perspectives on Immigration in America: A Panel Discussion

    Join us for a panel discussion featuring four experts working in immigration today: Julian Aguilar of Texas Tribune, Annie Hartnett of the Sierra Club, John Davidson of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, and Andrea Valdez of the Texas Observer. Each will bring their own unique perspective on the state of immigration policy at the Southern border. Join us for what is sure to be a lively and balanced discussion!

    About Our Speakers:

    Andrea Valdez: Andrea Valdez is the editor in chief of the Texas Observer. Previously she served as the editor of WIRED.com and Texas Monthly's website. She wrote the book How to be a Texan: The Manual. She lives in Austin.

    Julian Aguilar: Julian Aguilar reports on politics and border affairs from the Texas-Mexico border. His focuses include immigration reform and enforcement, voter ID, international trade, border security, and the drug trade. His political coverage has included local, legislative and congressional races in Texas, as well as local and national elections in Mexico.

    Annie Hartnett: Annie Hartnett is a writer, activist, volunteer with the Sierra Club Borderlands Team, and Editorial Director of Why Are You Marching, Texas? Previously, she has published essays and op-eds in Salon, the Austin American Statesman, and Texas Parks and Wildlife Magazine, among others. She holds an MFA in Creative Writing from Texas State University

    John Davidson: John Davidson is a senior fellow at the Texas Public Policy Foundation. Davidson began his career in journalism, and has worked for a wide variety of publications and media companies. Before joining the Foundation in 2012 as director of the Center for Health Care Policy, he was Executive Editor for Issue Media Group, where he oversaw 19 weekly publications in the U.S. and Canada covering the creative economy, business innovation, and urban development.

    Agenda:

    6:50am - Coffee & Networking 

    7:10am - Breakfast Buffet

    7:25am - Introductions & Announcements

    7:50am - Speaker Introduction

    8:20am - Q&A

    8:30am - Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    Directions and Parking to UT Club

    Breakfast Fees & Policy

    • November 13, 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705
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    The People's Court

    The Honorable Sylvia Holmes will take us through the Justice of Peace, it's impact on the daily lives of Austinites, and the improvements it's making to to better address Travis County's growing and diverse population.

    About Our Speaker:

    Judge Holmes is originally from East Texas, but moved to Austin as a teenager to attend Noel Grisham Middle School and Round Rock High School.  She obtained a bachelor’s in marketing at the McCombs School of Business here at UT and a law degree in 2006 from the University of Alabama. Sylvia practiced law for over 12 years before being elected to represent southwest Travis County in 2018.  Sylvia and her husband, Sterling, live near Shady Hollow and enjoy barbecuing, touring new home subdivisions, and talking about going fishing.

    Agenda:

    6:50am - Coffee & Networking 

    7:10am - Breakfast Buffet

    7:25am - Introductions & Announcements

    7:50am - Speaker Introduction

    8:20am - Q&A

    8:30am - Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    Directions and Parking to UT Club

    Breakfast Fees & Policy

    • November 20, 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705
    Register

    Leadership in the Private & Public Sector

    Born into a family of leaders, George Prescott Bush will tell us what his background as a corporate lawyer, Navy Reserve Officer, real estate investor, teacher, and now politician has taught him about what it means to be a leader across sectors.

    About Our Speaker:

    George Prescott Bush is a native Texan, born in Houston on April 24, 1976. He was first elected Texas Land Commissioner on Nov. 4, 2014 and was overwhelmingly re-elected on November 6, 2018. He received the second highest vote total of any candidate running statewide.

    As the 28 the Texas Land Commissioner, Bush works to safeguard our Texas coastline as well as ensure Texas veterans receive the benefits they’ve earned. He hosted 100 roundtables, forums and events in 2016 to highlight issues within the Texas veteran community. Since September of 2017, Commissioner Bush and the General Land Office (GLO) have led the state’s housing-related recovery efforts following Hurricane Harvey, helping more than 60,000 victims of Hurricane Harvey rebuild their homes and their lives. In addition, he protected private property rights by joining a lawsuit along with Red River ranchers and farmers against the Obama BLM- which was successfully settled in November of 2017. He also oversees
    investments that earn billions of dollars for public education while managing state lands to produce the oil and gas that is helping make America energy-independent. Commissioner Bush is also working to save the Alamo and preserve the Shrine of Texas Liberty for generations to come.

    Commissioner Bush has dedicated his life to public service — working as a public-school teacher after graduating from Rice University, serving in Operation Enduring Freedom in Afghanistan as an officer in the U.S. Naval Reserve, and now as the 28th Land Commissioner of the Texas General Land Office, the only state agency that makes more money than it spends.

    Agenda:

    6:50am - Coffee & Networking 

    7:10am - Breakfast Buffet

    7:25am - Introductions & Announcements

    7:50am - Speaker Introduction

    8:20am - Q&A

    8:30am - Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    Directions and Parking to UT Club

    Breakfast Fees & Policy

    • November 27, 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705

    Happy Thanksgiving to all of MBC's members and friends! We'll see you back here on Wednesday, December 4.

    • December 04, 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705
    Register

    Austin's Unique Strategies to End Homelessness

    Austin has made significant progress addressing youth and veteran homelessness, but more work needs to be done. Mayor Adler will discuss some of the innovative strategies Austin is employing to provide all citizens with a sense of dignity.

    About Our Speaker:

    Steve Adler is Austin’s 52nd Mayor. His top priorities include mobility, affordability and equity for all Austinites. Adler has been elected a Vice President of the National Council of Democratic Mayors, a Trustee of the United States Conference of Mayors, and Chair of the Capital Area Metropolitan Planning Organization (CAMPO) policy board.

    Mayor Adler has received broad recognition for innovative leadership. Foreign Policy named him a Global reThinker and Living Cities included Mayor Adler on the list of 25 Disruptive Leaders (along with Facebook’s Mark Zuckerberg and author Ta-Nehihi Coates) to mark that organization’s 25th anniversary. The Austin Chronicle readership has named Mayor Adler as Best City Official each year since 2016, and Chronicle critics named Adler Best Drag Mother for his turn as Mother Ginger in Ballet Austin’s The Nutcracker and Most Devoted Pen Pal for his Wonder Woman letter. Austin Monthly has also named Mayor Adler “Best Politician” for “fearlessly speaking up for Austinites [and] proving that a little snark goes a long way to support the morale of a community.”

    Agenda:

    6:50am - Coffee & Networking 

    7:10am - Breakfast Buffet

    7:25am - Introductions & Announcements

    7:50am - Speaker Introduction

    8:20am - Q&A

    8:30am - Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    Directions and Parking to UT Club

    Breakfast Fees & Policy

    • December 11, 2019
    • 7:00 AM - 8:30 AM
    • The University of Texas Club - 2108 Robert Dedman Dr, Austin, TX 78705
    Register

    Why do I have to choose between my child and my church?

    So, what happened when a MamaBear of two LGBTQ children stood up to the non-affirming church? Susan Cottrell, the Founder of FreedHearts, and an acclaimed author and speaker whose TED talk about her journey has more than a million views, will share her powerful, thought-provoking story, and talk about how we can love each other well in these divisive times.

    About Our Speaker:

    Susan Cottrell is the founder of FreedHearts, a ministry for families of LGBTQ individuals, and former vice president of PFLAG Austin. She is a speaker and author, who has been married for twenty-seven years and is the mother of five children, including a queer daughter and a lesbian daughter.

    Agenda:

    6:50am - Coffee & Networking 

    7:10am - Breakfast Buffet

    7:25am - Introductions & Announcements

    7:50am - Speaker Introduction

    8:20am - Q&A

    8:30am - Have a wonderful Wednesday!

    Directions and Parking to UT Club

    Breakfast Fees & Policy

Past events

October 09, 2019 Cookie Ruiz, Ballet Austin
October 02, 2019 Shelley Delayne, Founder of Orange Coworking
September 25, 2019 MBC Bookclub
September 25, 2019 Lois Kim, Texas Book Festival
September 18, 2019 Pooja Sethi, CEO of the Law Offices of Pooja Sethi, PLLC
September 11, 2019 Dr. Spencer Wells, Insitome
September 04, 2019 Barbara Morgan, Austin Film Festival
August 28, 2019 Joy Stoddard, Whole Planet Foundation
August 21, 2019 Tyler Sieswerda, TKS Media
August 14, 2019 Andrew Dobbs, Texas Campaign for the Environment
August 07, 2019 Delia Garza, Austin City Council Member
July 31, 2019 Greg Anderson, Austin Habitat for Humanity
July 24, 2019 Marsha Milam, Ben Milam Whiskey Distillery
July 17, 2019 Dr. Art Markman, UT-Austin Department of Psychology
July 10, 2019 Heath Riddles, Pease Park Conservancy
July 03, 2019 Happy 4th of July from MBC!
June 26, 2019 Catlin Whitington, Austin Tourism Commission
June 19, 2019 Veronica Briseño, Austin Interim Homeless Strategy Officer
June 12, 2019 Misti Potter, Boys & Girls Club of the Austin Area
June 05, 2019 Donna Howard, Texas House of Representatives
May 29, 2019 Networking & Member Engagement Day
May 22, 2019 Colin Kendrick, Black Fret
May 15, 2019 Robert "Bobby" Epstein, Circuit of the Americas
May 08, 2019 Joel Baker, Austin Fire Chief
May 01, 2019 Derrick Chubbs, Central Texas Food Bank
April 25, 2019 MBC@Night: A Cheese and Wine Tasting
April 24, 2019 Adrian Farrell, Consul General of Ireland in Texas
April 17, 2019 Pam Jupe, San Juan Diego High School
April 10, 2019 Terri Burke, ACLU of Texas
April 03, 2019 Christiane Michaelis, The Dirty Easel
March 27, 2019 John Hunewell, Celltex
March 20, 2019 Sarah Ortiz Shields, Austin Tech Alliance
March 13, 2019 Peter Constant, Retirement Security Initiative
March 06, 2019 Charles Barnett, Austin Healthcare Council
February 27, 2019 Marina Bhargava, Greater Austin Asian Chamber of Commerce
February 20, 2019 Dewitt Peart, The Downtown Austin Alliance
February 13, 2019 Dr Colette Burnette, Huston Tillotson University
February 06, 2019 Chief Brian Manley, Austin Police Department
January 30, 2019 Dr. Jaeson Fournier, CommUnityCare
January 23, 2019 Imam Islam Mossad, North Austin Muslim Community Center
January 16, 2019 Terrill Fischer, ComedySportz Austin
January 09, 2019 Kate Betz, Bullock Texas State History Museum
January 02, 2019 Sarah Eckhardt, Travis County Judge
December 26, 2018 Happy New Year from MBC!
December 19, 2018 Happy Holidays from MBC!
December 12, 2018 Sam Tenenbaum, CoStar Austin
December 05, 2018 Leslie Wingo, Sanders\Wingo
November 28, 2018 Dr. William Inboden, Center for National Security
November 21, 2018 Happy Thanksgiving from MBC!
November 14, 2018 Ross Ramsey, The Texas Tribune
November 07, 2018 James R. Nowlin, Excel Global Partners
October 31, 2018 Paul H. Stebbins, World Fuel Services Corporation
October 24, 2018 Heidi Anderson, The Trail Foundation
October 17, 2018 Brent Fields, Big Brothers Big Sisters of Central Texas
October 10, 2018 Jimmy Flannigan, Austin City Council
October 03, 2018 Tom Zoda, Ph.D., Syneos Health
September 26, 2018 Ed Scruggs, Texas Gun Sense
September 20, 2018 MBC@Night: Happy Hour with Austin LGBT Chamber
September 19, 2018 Evan Smith, Texas Tribune
September 12, 2018 Jon C. Yates, Boy Scouts of America
September 05, 2018 Randy Clarke, Capital Metro
August 29, 2018 Rosie Newberry, KXAN meteorologist
August 22, 2018 Craig Hella Johnson, Conspirare
August 15, 2018 Phil Wilson, LCRA
August 08, 2018 Peter Mullan, Waller Creek Conservancy
August 01, 2018 Luis Rodriguez, Greater Austin Hispanic Chamber of Commerce
July 25, 2018 Jonathan Kaplan, Numeris Capital
July 18, 2018 Christopher Laing, Capital City Innovation Executive Director
July 11, 2018 H.W. Brands, UT Austin History Professor
July 04, 2018 Happy Fourth of July from MBC!
June 27, 2018 Gay Gaddis, T3
June 20, 2018 Ben Wright, the Briscoe Center
June 13, 2018 Spencer Cronk, Austin City Manager
June 06, 2018 Peter Bay, Austin Symphony Orchestra
May 30, 2018 Mellie Price, Dell Medical School
May 23, 2018 Henry Yoshida, Rocket Dollar
May 16, 2018 Patrick Newman, Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center
May 09, 2018 Dr. Lori Holleran Steiker, UT School of Social Work
May 02, 2018 Mayor's Panel: Climate Change
April 25, 2018 Stacey Chang, Design Institute, UT School of Medicine
April 18, 2018 Angela Evans, Dean LBJ School of Public Affairs
April 11, 2018 Angelos Angelou, Angelou Economics
April 04, 2018 René Banglesdorf, Author, CEO
March 28, 2018 Chris Del Conte, UT Athletics Director
March 21, 2018 Susan R. Nelson, Trauma Survivor
March 14, 2018 Jan Goss-Gibson, Civility Consulting
March 08, 2018 MBC@Night: A Cheese and Wine Tasting
March 07, 2018 Bobby R. Inman Admiral, U. S. Navy (Ret.)
February 28, 2018 Jo Karr Tedder, Central Texas Water Coalition
February 21, 2018 Alan Graham, Mobile Loaves and Fishes
February 14, 2018 AJ Josefowitz, Leadership Coach
February 07, 2018 Louis Grachos, The Contemporary Austin
January 31, 2018 Anne Rodgers, Journalist and Author
January 24, 2018 Joshua Banks, City of Austin Housing Authority
January 17, 2018 Bobby R. Inman Admiral, U. S. Navy (Ret.)
January 10, 2018 Jeremi Suri, LBJ School of Public Affairs
January 03, 2018 Turk Pipkin, The Nobelity Project, Actor
December 27, 2017 Happy New Year from MBC!
December 20, 2017 Happy Holidays from MBC!
December 13, 2017 Brent Landau, UT Department of Religious Studies
December 06, 2017 Mike Geeslin, President & CEO, Central Health
November 29, 2017 Brittany Deputy, University Librarian
November 22, 2017 Happy Thanksgiving from MBC!
November 15, 2017 Roosevelt Weeks, Austin Public Library
November 08, 2017 George Cofer, Hill Country Conservancy
November 01, 2017 Michael Sarraille, founder VETTED (Veterans' transition program)
October 25, 2017 Diane Odegard, Austin Bat Refuge
October 18, 2017 Kirk Watson, Texas State Senator
October 11, 2017 John Goodenough, Professor, UT Austin
October 04, 2017 Kendall Pace, Austin ISD Board of Trustees
September 27, 2017 David Edwards, Professor Emeritus, University of Texas at Austin
September 20, 2017 Rally Day 2017
September 13, 2017 Evan Smith, Texas Tribune
September 06, 2017 Margaret Moore, Travis County District Attorney
August 30, 2017 Dr. Lila Valencia, Texas Demographic Center
August 23, 2017 John Garrett, Community Impact Newspaper
August 16, 2017 Walter Moreau, Foundation Communities
August 10, 2017 MBC and AGLCC Joint Happy Hour
August 09, 2017 Olga Campos Benz, Author, Former News Anchor
August 02, 2017 Phillip Tindall, Assistant Director, CAMPO
July 26, 2017 Paula Pierce, Attorney and Identity Theft Recovery Expert
July 19, 2017 Chief Brian Manley, Austin Police Department
July 12, 2017 Rene Geneva, AirBnB Host
July 05, 2017 HAPPY FOURTH OF JULY FROM MBC!
June 28, 2017 Eric Lassberg, President & General Manager, KXAN
June 21, 2017 Gina Chavez, Latin-folk Singer/Songwriter
June 14, 2017 Ross Ramsey, Executive Editor & Co-Founder, The Texas Tribune
June 07, 2017 Steve Adler, City of Austin Mayor
May 31, 2017 Edgar Gierbolini, President and CEO, Austin Gay & Lesbian Chamber of Commerce
May 24, 2017 Scot Powe, Professor at Univ of Texas at Austin School of Law and constitutional law scholar | “The Supreme Court Now and Then"
May 17, 2017 Hall Martin | TEN Capital, Founder and CEO
May 10, 2017 Gen. Ricky Lynch, R Lynch Enterprises | "Adaptive Leadership"
May 03, 2017 Steven Enniss, Director of the Harry Ransom Center
April 26, 2017 Cónsul General Carlos González Gutiérrez, Consulate General of Mexico in Austin
April 19, 2017 Bert Smith, Prison Entrepreneurship Program
April 12, 2017 Debi Tengler, Chief Relations Officer, Arrow Child and Family Ministries
April 10, 2017 MBC@Night Dinner w/Evan Smith: Interviewing the Interviewer
April 05, 2017 Dr. Mariana Varga, Neurologist | "Dystonia: A Personal Story"
March 29, 2017 Marjorie Mulanax, Executive Director of Hospice Austin
March 22, 2017 Sarah Eckhardt, Travis County Judge
March 15, 2017 Peter Strople | "Building Trust in Divided Times"
March 08, 2017 David Lallier, ROI Consulting| "TWIST: The Way I See Things"
March 01, 2017 Jim Duncan, Chair of the CodeNEXT Citizens Advisory Group
February 22, 2017 Teresa Sansone Ferguson, Executive Director of AustinUP| "The Future of Aging in Austin"
February 15, 2017 Dicky Grigg, personal injury lawyer | “Life of a Plaintiff’s Lawyer: Robbing from the Rich and Giving 2/3 of it to the Poor"
February 08, 2017 Mike Robertson, Is This Mike On? | The Art of Readiness: Creatively Saying Yes To Success
February 01, 2017 Catherine Morse, General Counsel and Senior Director for Samsung Austin Semiconductor
January 26, 2017 MBC Happy Hour
January 25, 2017 Marny Lifshen | Author, Speaker, Communications Consultant | Define Yourself! What Do You Want Your Brand to Be in 2017?
January 18, 2017 Thom Singer, Speaker and Conference Catalyst | Purposefully Powerful Podcasting
January 11, 2017 Chris Plonsky, UT Austin Women's Athletic Director | Navigating Intercollegiate Athletic Challenges
January 04, 2017 David Wallace, COO of AngelouEconomics | How Smart Are We?
December 28, 2016 HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM MBC!
December 21, 2016 HAPPY HOLIDAYS FROM MBC!
December 14, 2016 UPDATE! Tom Britton | Customer Magic
December 07, 2016 Hugh Brown, CEO of St. David's Hospital Georgetown
November 30, 2016 Gregory Abbink, Austin Police Department | Diversity in the Austin Police Department
November 23, 2016 HAPPY THANKSGIVING! Plus MBC and Coffee Connection on November 30
November 16, 2016 Matt Mackowiak, Political & Communications Consultant | 2016 Election: What Just Happened?
November 09, 2016 Nelson Guda, Ph.D. | Creativity—The Elusive and Powerful Force That Drives Our Economy
November 02, 2016 Kim Barnes, Media Consultant | Lights, Camera, Action! How to Get the Media's Attention
October 26, 2016 Ally & Jeff Davidson, Camp Gladiator | The CG Story: Better Together
October 19, 2016 Sally Hernandez and Joe Martinez, Travis County Sheriff Candidates | A New Sheriff in Town
October 17, 2016 MBC@Night Dinner w/Jeremi Suri: 15 Years After 9/11: What Have We Learned?
October 12, 2016 Sarah Hernholm | Youth Entrepreneurship
October 05, 2016 Roger Falk and Michael R. Levy | $720 Million Mobility Bond: Go Big—Big Deception
September 28, 2016 SPEAKER CHANGE: JOHN-MICHAEL CORTEZ | The Smart Corridor Mobility Bond
September 21, 2016 Evan Smith, Texas Tribune | Trump, Clinton, How We Got Here, and Where We’re Going
September 15, 2016 MBC@HappyHour!
September 14, 2016 Professor Eytan Gilboa | Middle East Update: Major Events & Implications for the West
September 07, 2016 Goodwill of Central Texas | How does Goodwill turn 84 million pounds of donations into employment for Central Texas?
August 31, 2016 Leslie Hyland Rodgers | The Healing Power of Music
August 24, 2016 Kent Cummins, Magician | A Magical Life
August 17, 2016 Grace Miller, Community Outreach Specialist @ Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas | Planned Parenthood’s Role in Community Health
August 10, 2016 Ewe Blab, Pro Basketball Player | Olympic Basketball 1984 vs 1992 — Oh, What a Difference!
August 03, 2016 David Brooks, Public Speaker | Successfully Speaking
July 27, 2016 Philip Huang, M.D., M.P.H. -- What You Need to Know about the Zika Virus
July 20, 2016 Thierry Daupin -- Topic: READY FOR RUGBY, AUSTIN?
July 13, 2016 Janet Zaretsky: Elevating Your Conversational Intelligence: The Power of Responding Versus Reacting
June 23, 2016 June MBC Happy Hour

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