• In addition to raising money to support our scholarship efforts, a primary focus of the Dallas A&M Club is to cultivate the relationships of Aggies in Dallas area. The way we do this is through our club events. We have a wide offering and hope each of you find the type of event you are looking for. As always, if you have any questions, please feel free to e-mail us! To find out about the event you're interested in just follow the link!

  Aggie Business Luncheon - CANCELED Wednesday, September 2, 2020
Location:   Tupinamba Cafe - 9665 N Central Expressway
Time:   11:30AM-1:00PM
Price:   0.00
Description:   Event has been canceled due to concerns and restrictions regarding coronavirus (COVID-19).

Join us for the DAMC’s Aggie Business Luncheon, typically held monthly on the first Wednesday of the month. At each luncheon, we typically welcome an interesting guest speaker, often times an Aggie. Come hear their story of success and achievement; and bring plenty of business cards for networking.

Guest speaker/program:
To be announced

Kathlyn started in event planning at University Center and Special Events at Texas A&M, where she coordinated events for the Memorial Student Center, Rudder Tower, All Faiths Chapel, and the Koldus Building. After graduation, Kathlyn pursued a career in event planning and has moved from the hotel industry to now serving as the Special Events Manager/Young Friends Staff Liaison at the Ronald McDonald House of Dallas - managing fundraising events and coordinating their young professionals organizations.

The Ronald McDonald House of Dallas is a home-away-from-home for families who have traveled to Dallas to receive medical treatment for their child. It is the only agency in Dallas that provides lodging, transportation, three meals a day, activities, and a community of support while keeping families close to each other and their medical treatment – all free of charge.


For more information on the DAMC’s monthly Aggie Business Luncheon, please contact Tyler Wehner ’05 via email: wwehner@ft.newyorklife.com