Founders Day DFW – 2/11, 6pm-8pm, Dallas Entrepreneur Center
The DFW Mizzou Tigers will be hosting an event on Thursday, February 11th, to celebrate the university’s founders day. We are partnering with the Recent Alumni Advisory Board (RAAB) of the Robert J. Trulaske College of Business. The theme of the night will be to celebrate the founding of the university as well as local DFW Mizzou Tigers who have excelled in the world of business and entrepreneurship.
The chapter has organized a very diverse panel of business leaders who will be sharing their experiences at Mizzou and their advice on succeeding in business. Short biographies and pictures are below. There will be an opportunity to network with these leaders, as well as the rest of the attendees at the event, during the course of the evening. There will be an assortment of heavy appetizers and drinks available during the event so please come hungry.
Admission to the event can be purchased on this site for a minimum $10/attendee donation to the DFW Mizzou Tigers’ scholarship fund. This fund is used to award scholarships to local DFW students who choose to attend the university. If you would like to donation more than the $10 minimum, please use the “Additional Donation” option when purchasing your ticket.
EVENT LOCATION: Dallas Entrepreneur Center, 311 North Market Street, Suite 200, Dallas, Texas 75202
PURCHASE TICKETS AND MAKE DONATIONS HERE: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/dfw-mizzou-tigers-2016-founders-day-celebration-tickets-20999870177
Bill Glenn – CMO and Chief Revenue Officer, Predictive Fitness
As a senior leader in integrated marketing and sales, Bill Glenn specializes in marketing, brand and sales strategy, promotions and sponsorships. Over his career in sports business, he’s provided insights to major media outlets such as USA Today and made appearances on CNBC, MSNBC and Bloomberg News. Prior to Predictive Fitness, Bill worked for The Marketing Arm, where he spent nine years in various leadership roles related to analytics, events, and marketing consulting. He holds a bachelor’s degree in journalism and an MBA in marketing from the University of Missouri. He’s also on Baylor University’s Sports Sponsorship and Sales Advisory Board, an Adjunct Professor of Marketing and Sports Management for SMU and a local Chapter Counselor for Beta Theta Pi Fraternity.
Kirsten Williams – Founder and CEO, Compass360 Branding
Kirsten Williams works with companies, nonprofits, and individuals throughout the state of Texas to fine tune their voice and message to target their audiences and internal communications. Kirsten launched Compass360 Branding in 2014 after experiences in the marketing and advertising industry for 7 years. As a highly talented strategic communications professional with an extensive background in marketing and business development, Kirsten has an impressive record of designing and leading effective campaigns. Kirsten is a member of the Kappa Alpha Theta Alumni Chapter and actively serves as a board member for several charitable organizations including The Junior League of Dallas, Lee Park Junior Conservancy, and FemFessionals Dallas.
Rome Madison – Author & Reinvention Expert, The Superstar Training Academy
Rome Madison is an expert voice on personal and professional reinvention and is a best-selling author of two books. The first 10 years of Rome’s professional life ended in unemployment, bankruptcy, and few employment options; the next 10yrs Rome became a VP in the medical sales industry with stock options. Today Rome speaks at colleges and corporations to help identify and claim their Star Power potential to reinvent their self-image or professional identity to create more success in life or business. Rome is a former safety for the Missouri Tigers and is an active member of the National Speakers Association, National Sales Network, and Kappa Alpha Psi Dallas Alumni Chapter.