Speaker Date Topic
Sarah Nejdl Oct 04, 2023
Families to Freedom
Rae Bryant Oct 11, 2023 7:15 AM
Houston Suffragists Project (current) & First Vote Houston dateline 1920
Houston Suffragists Project (current) & First Vote Houston dateline 1920

“The Beginning”

“We are long time, active members of the Houston Genealogical Forum (HGF). In late summer 2019 we discussed the upcoming 100th Anniversary of the 19th Amendment. What could we learn about the Houston suffragist story?

Could we identify the newly enfranchised women in 1920?”

Tammy Spencer Oct 18, 2023 7:15 AM
Dyslexia School of Houston
Dyslexia School of Houston

After devoting many years of service to HISD, our founder Tammy Spencer understood how broken our public school systems are. She understood how many families struggled to receive a timely dyslexia diagnosis, and how many students lacked the essential foundation they needed to move forward in their education. To solve these problems and provide what so many of her students come to know as “the first good instruction,” she launched a school specifically for students who aren’t receiving the education they need through traditional curriculum, and the Dyslexia School of Houston was born.

Heights Interfaith Ministries Food Pantry @ 9 am Oct 21, 2023 9:00 AM
Montly Service Project @ 3523 Beauchamp (77009)
NO MEETING Oct 25, 2023
Fred Zeidman Nov 01, 2023 7:15 AM
The Importance of American Energy Independence
The Importance of American Energy Independence

The Council for a Secure America (“CSA”),
was founded on the premise that American energy independence through the production of liquid fuels served as the underpinning for U.S. security. This energy independence, and the strategic alliance with Israel, strengthen America’s mutual security and global standing.

As America has successfully achieved energy independence, CSA will expand its efforts to champion the ideals of the Abraham Accords and its critical impact on geopolitical security and synergizing global trade.

CSA will advance these partnerships and is committed to bringing a multi-faceted awareness to the complex and evolving challenges and opportunities that have emerged from the Accords.


Ximena Murillo Nov 08, 2023 7:15 AM
Peace Fellow, a Rotary Int'l Global Project, United4ChangeCenter.org
Peace Fellow, a Rotary Int'l Global Project, United4ChangeCenter.org


Our fight for social justice has been a journey. It started with an especially meaningful visit to Bolivia, our country of origin, where we were exposed to incredibly tragic living conditions in a remote mining town called Caracoles, approximately 7 hours outside of metropolitan La Paz City. While in Caracoles, we met many women who were born and raised to work in very dangerous and devastatingly cold mining projects. One woman, in particular, stood out.  Her name was Luisa and she represented hundreds of other women waiting to greet us. Most of the women Luisa represented had lost their husbands in underground mining accidents, a tragedy far too common for most miners.

Ed Lehotsky Nov 15, 2023 7:15 AM
LNG - Manufacturing & Exporting LNG - Liquified Natural Gas in Louisiana & Texas
Kristy O. Murray, D.V.M., Ph.D., Professor, BCM Dec 06, 2023 7:15 AM
Tropical Medicine/Infectious Disease

Dr. Murray is an A & M undergraduate and Veterinarian School graduate, receiving her PhD from UT Medical School, Galveston.  She was formerly at Centers for Disease Control before returning to Houston and is currently Assistant Dean at the National School of Tropical Medicine, Baylor College of Medicine.

PDG Bob Gehard Dec 20, 2023
Operation Turkey /Veterans Day flag placement