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San Angelo Chapter - Holiday Happy Hour and Annual Volunteering

San Angelo Chapter, December 20

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Serving the entire county for Texas Exes and Longhorns fans.

Our group exists to develop connections to the past, present, and future of UT Austin and between Texas Exes members by providing fun and meaningful involvement opportunities. Though anyone interested in supporting UT can join in, our activities are geared toward UT Austin alumni who live in the county. Visitors to the area with an interest in supporting UT Austin and meeting other UT alumni are always welcome to our activities and events - and all can join the Texas Exes. (You can do so right now with the link in the left margin!)

We are a chapter of UT’s official alumni association, the Texas Exes®, whose mission is to praise, promote, and protect UT Austin and its students; and to unite, inform, and involve Texas Exes members and potential members in the support of UT in particular and of education in general.

We have focused on a few annual activities to meet these objectives. If you don’t see what you want to do in our Calendar, feel free to volunteer to make more happen! And if you are interested in helping us to do anything already on the calendar, please join in the fun. We are a completely volunteer-run group.

We are a membership-supported organization. Non-Members and friends of UT are always welcome at our events, but we hope that everyone will consider joining. It wouldn’t be Texas without the Exes!

Make sure to check out our Facebook page or email us at sanangelotxexes@gmail.com

Speaker Series Luncheon

On April 21, the San Angelo Texas Exes hosted over 100 persons at a luncheon today at the Legrand Center to hear Nicole Levy Nale speak on “Human Trafficking." Nicole works at the School of Social Work at UT Austin and currently oversees the Statewide Human Trafficking Mapping Project for Texas, a research initiative funded through the Criminal Justice Division of the Office of the Governor to provide empirically-grounded data about the extent of human trafficking in Texas. She was accompanied by Laura Turner who also works for the School of Social Work. While in San Angelo, Nicole met with SAPD, CASA, Child Advocacy Center, Rape Crisis Center, Homeland Security, SAISD administrators, and DPS-Human Trafficking to gather information to further her research. We salute our UT professors engaged in this important work!

San Angelo Live and San Angelo Standard Times covered the event. For further information about the topic discussed at the luncheon, read here