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Clark Society Board

Clark Society Board - Fall 2021

Chair: Clark Jones '89
Chair Elect: Luis Rodriguez '92

Brett Anderson '12
Brooks Anthony '14
Emma Baker '82
Patrick Batteaux '00
David Belpedio '14
Jonathan Black '05
Rachel Capua '09
Brent Chesney '89
David Coburn '81
Robert Early '14
Julie Garrett '88
Amari Harris ’23
Ken Hubbell '61
Randall Johnson '76

 

Dana Kizer '03
Nancy Kritser '71
Lauren Lyster '11
Matt Madderra '07
Debra McDonald '81
Herd Midkiff '97
Matthew Mooney '93 
Ruth Pasqualetto
Candie Payne '01
Horatio Porter '92
Kristen Queen '19
Mary Ashley Ray '14
Emily Samuels '07  
Melissa Taylor '86

History of the Clark Society Board

Formed in 1991, the Clark Society Board is comprised of members who serve as a reservoir of leadership to foster a culture of philanthropy within the TCU community and develop activities, education and communication to benefit and recognize leadership donors. It is a diverse group with representation across graduation years and geographic regions. Along with alumni, the Board includes representatives from other TCU constituency groups, such as parents of TCU students, friends of the University and TCU faculty and staff. 

Board members serve for a maximum of six years, with one exception: if a member is elected as Chair-Elect in his or her fifth year of service, that member may serve for a maximum of eight consecutive years on the Board. Each Board member is eligible for re-election to the Board two years after the conclusion of his or her previous term as a Board member.

The board formally meets during Clark Weekend in the fall and Leadership Summit in the spring, with additional meetings as required by specific Board committees. 

 

Accepting Nominations: Volunteer with the Clark Society Board

If you or someone you know would be interested in volunteering on the Clark Society Board, please fill out this nomination form

The Clark Society Board is comprised of volunteers who serve as a reservoir of leadership to foster a culture of philanthropy within the TCU community and develop activities, education and communication to benefit and recognize leadership donors. The entire Board meets twice a year, once in the fall and again in the spring, with opportunities to engage in committee work in between meetings.