Sam Coats has more than 25 years of diverse domestic and international corporate leadership experience.
Jack Terry’s paintings reflect a versatility found among few artists.
Born with a rare disability for which no cure has been discovered, Andres Ramirez has osteogenesis imperfecta (brittle bones), but he would be the last to suggest that he "suffers from it."
Amado Pena was born of Mexican and Indian descent. His art represents the essence of the Southwest.
Gay Gaddis is president and CEO of T3 (The Think Tank), an advertising agency with offices in Austin, New York, and San Francisco.
Nancy Leal is living out her dream—and she has the Emmy to prove it. For much of her life, the 1995 Dobie High School graduate wanted to go into television.
Brenda Morris, M.D., currently associate professor of Pediatrics and director of the Level III Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Memorial Hermann Children’s Hospital in Houston (and associate professor of Pediatrics, University of Texas-Houston Medical School), will return to East Texas soon to head the new Neonatal Intensive Care Unit at Mother Frances Hospital in Tyler.
Considered to be the greatest female rock singer of the 1960s, Janis Joplin was also a great blues singer, making her material her own with her wailing, raspy, supercharged emotional delivery.
Karen Hughes, President George W. Bush’s director of communications during Bush’s presidential campaign, was confidant, director of communications, and chief spokesperson for the president.
With more than 16 million books in print, Max Lucado has touched millions with his lyrical writing style. Lucado is the first author to win the Charles “Kip” Jordon Gold Medallion Christian Book of the Year three times—1999 for Just Like Jesus, 1997 for In the Grip of Grace, and 1995 for When God Whispers Your Name.