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Subject:HBS October 8 - Mayoral Candidate Panel Luncheon
Date:Mon, 24 Sep 2001 12:54:58 -0700 (PDT)

Dear HBS Alumni:
Who is going to be the next mayor of Houston?
How does local government contribute to the fostering and enhancement of key factors that contribute to Houston's economic vitality and quality of life? Who's the right person to lead and direct the government for the next two years? Houston residents will be pondering these and other related issues when they vote this November for the next mayor.
Join the HBS Club on October 8th as the mayoral candidates share their views on the future of Houston. Houston is facing major issues and each candidate will present his thoughts on what needs to be done to continue Houston's growth as a premier city. Following a fifteen-minute presentation by each candidate there will be a short question and answer period.
SPEAKER: Mayor Lee Brown, Council Members Chris Bell and Orlando Sanchez
DATE: Monday, October 8, 2001
TIME: 11:30 am Check in, 11:50 am Lunch, 12:10 pm Presentation
PLACE: Houston Club, 811 Rusk in downtown Houston
COST: Platinum Members: No charge Guests: $30
Gold Members: No charge Guests: $30
Silver Members: $25 Guests: $30
No shows will be charged.
RSVP: RESERVATIONS REQUIRED By 5:00 pm on October 4, 2001
email dottie@kerr-solutions.com, phone (281) 424-3084,
fax (281) 424-4770 or at www.hbshouston.org

Mayor Lee P. Brown (Attendance is Pending) was first elected to office in 1997 and became the city's first African-American Mayor. He is currently serving a second term as Mayor of Houston. He earned a masters and doctorate in criminology from the University of California at Berkley and a bachelors in criminology from Fresno State University. He also earned a masters in Sociology from San Jose State. Mayor Brown has been appointed to several high profile positions in law enforcement and public safety which include the following: Public Safety Commissioner of Atlanta (1978-1982), Houston Police Chief (1982-1990), New York Police Commissioner (1990-1992) and Nation's Drug Czar under President Clinton (1993-1996). Throughout his career, Mayor Brown has also served as a professor at several universities: Texas Southern University, Rice University, Portland State University and Howard University. In the coming election, Mayor Brown will be seeking a third and final term as Mayor.
Council Member Chris Bell was first elected to city council in 1997. He is currently serving a second term on city council. Council Member Bell is an attorney with Beirne, Maynard, and Parsons. He is a graduate of the University of Texas and South Texas College of Law. Prior to his career in law, he worked as a reporter for KTRH Radio and was awarded Best Radio Reporter by the Texas Associated Press in 1991. Chris is also a very active member of the community. He serves on the boards of the Houston Chapter of the American Diabetes Association and Big Brothers/Big Sisters. Chris serves as an Advisory Board Member for the Houston Parkinson Society, an organization for which he holds his annual "Birthday for a Cure" fund-raiser to honor his late mother and raise money for Parkinson research.
Council Member Orlando Sanchez was first elected to city council in 1995. He is currently serving his third and final term on city council. He earned a bachelors in political science from the University of Houston. Councilman Sanchez has served as president of the Westwood Civic Association, managing director of Nexo Latino, a Hispanic marketing and communications company, and is a veteran of the U.S. Air Force and the Texas National Guard. In the coming election, Councilman Sanchez will be attempting to become the first Hispanic-American Mayor of Houston.
I hope you will be able to join us at this event.
Best Regards,
Sean Daichman
Monday, October 8, 2001 Luncheon
Houston Mayoral Candidate Panel
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* Cost is $30 for members without reservations.
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2001. Fax this form to (281) 424-4770, e-mail dottie@kerr-solutions.com, or call (281) 424-3084.

Upcoming Events
September 27 - Monthly Mixer
October 2 - Ambassador Djerejian Luncheon
October 4 - Breakfast Club Meeting at River Oaks Country Club
October 6 - Star Cruiser Social Event
October 11 - HBS Recruiting Mixer at St. Regis Hotel
October 18 - Breakfast Club Meeting at River Oaks Country Club
October 25 - Monthly Mixer
October 30 - Gerald Glenn, CEO Chicago Bridge & Iron Luncheon
November 29 - Bob Beauchamp, CEO BMC Software Luncheon
Dottie Kerr (dottie@kerr-solutions.com)
Administrator for Harvard Business School Club of Houstonhttp://www.hbshouston.org/