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Subject:HBS September 19th Luncheon with Robert Miller, Chairman METRO
Date:Wed, 29 Aug 2001 13:33:08 -0700 (PDT)

Dear HBS Alumni:
See the New Houston METRO Train!
Please join the HBS Club for a luncheon with Robert Miller, the Chairman of METRO on Wednesday, September 19th. METRO was created in 1978 and currently has over 3600 employees. METRO plays a major role in construction projects throughout Houston and is involved in the $250 million Downtown/Midtown Transit Street project. Robert Miller will be discussing the long-term plan for METRO and highlighting the new light rail system. There will be a short video on the project followed by a presentation by Robert Miller.
SPEAKER: Robert Miller, Chairman METRO
DATE: Wednesday, September 19, 2001
TIME: 11:40 a.m. Check in, 11:55 a.m. Lunch, 12:15 p.m. 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 September 17, 2000
email dottie@kerr-solutions.com, phone (281) 424-3084,
fax (281) 424-4770 or at www.hbshouston.org

Robert D. Miller is a partner with Locke Liddell & Sapp specializing in public law and real estate. He is an honors graduate of Rice University and The University of Texas at Austin School of Law. In February 1996, the Harris County Commissioners Court appointed him a Director of the Metropolitan Transit Authority of Harris County, Texas. He was then elected Chairman of the METRO Board in March 1998 and currently serves in that capacity. He is a former director of the Greater Houston Preservation Alliance, the Texas Lyceum and Vote Texas. He is a Senior Fellow of the Houston/Gulf Coast Chapter of the American Leadership Forum, a graduate of Leadership Houston, Class X, and currently serves as a director of the Houston International Festival.
Also on September 5th the HBS Club is hosting a luncheon with the Houston Annenberg Challenge, a nationwide non-profit public school reform organization. Linda Clarke and several school principals will be discussing the public school system in Houston and the many new programs underway.
I look forward to seeing you at these events.
Best Regards,
Sean Daichman
Wednesday, September 19, 2001 Luncheon
Robert Miller, Chairman METRO
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Upcoming Events
September 5 - Houston Annenberg Luncheon
September 6 - Breakfast Club Meeting with Orlando Sanchez
September 20 - Breakfast Club Meeting at River Oaks Country Club
September 27 - Monthly Mixer
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
Dottie Kerr (dottie@kerr-solutions.com)
Administrator for Harvard Business School Club of Houstonhttp://www.hbshouston.org/