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Houston Legends

May 26, 2016
5:30 PM - 8:30 PM

Houston Technology Center
410 Pierce Street
Houston, TX 77002
http://www.houstontech.org

 

      

Houston Legends – Pathway to the World 

with author Hank Moore

 

  May 26, 2016
  5:30PM-8:30PM
  Drinks and hors d'oeuvres 5:30PM
  Program starts at 6:30PM

  Houston Technology Center
  410 Pierce Street
  Houston,  TX  77002 

 

Prolific writer and lecturer, Hank Moore, will talk about many of leading business people and entrepreneurs who made Houston and the United States great.  Hank knew and worked with most of the Houston power leaders, including the Worthams, Mastersons, Hobbys, Connallys, Ortons, Laniers, George Mitchell, Ima Hogg, George R. Brown, Ben Love, etc.  In addition to his book “Houston Legends” he will also discuss his new book, “Pop Icons and Business Legends."

Register at www.MITEFtexas.org

$15 for  Members of MITEF and  Guests of MITEF Members
$15-25 for employees of MITEF Sponsors depending on sponsorship level
$35 for General Admission

Event Contact:Sara Wilkins ([email protected])
Contact Phone: (713) 839-0808    Hank Moore

 

   Hank Moore

Hank Moore is a Corporate Strategist consultant, prolific author, active speaker, and former aide to President Johnson. 

As a strategist for 30 years, Hank Moore brings a Real-world Knowledge Bank, plus a track record of advising and implementing proactive improvements in hundreds of client companies:

• Corporate think tank facilitator (60+)...one of few in the world who presents.
• Keynote and featured conference speaker (60+).
• Workshop presentor (85+).
• Visioning and Strategic Planning facilitator (retreats and full visioning processes) (50+).
• Board of directors advising, facilitation (50+).
• Other speeches (250+).

Author: He has published more than 200 articles and monographs in business publications, journals and consumer magazines. His book series, The Lost Lessons, examines business concepts, values and mass culture influences that affect every person's professional life. Titles of each volume include The Business Tree™, The High Cost of Doing Nothing™, It's Almost Tomorrow, Secrets of the CEOs and Confluence.

Background: Mr. Moore was a White House advisor to President Lyndon B. Johnson, in the areas of civil rights, environmental issues and trade with Mexico. He served on the committee which drafted the Civil Rights Act of 1964 and wrote speeches for the President. More than 200 awards for client work and community stewardship. Received Presidential Citations from Johnson, Carter, Reagan and Bush.

Media Appearances: Regular media exposure since 1958. Appeared on all major TV and radio networks, 70+ business publication interviews, 70+ broadcast news interviews, 100+ talk shows. Early in career, was TV and radio commentator-talk show host. Produced 80+ videos. 

 

Tickets

$15.00 MITEF Member or Guest of MITEF Member

$35.00 General Admission