Healthcare Panel

The Future of Austin, A panel Discussion

Tuesday, September 10, 2019

A Healthcare Panel Discussion Featuring:
Dr. Brent Egeland, Steve Sanders, and Jennifer Sethre

Dr. Brent Egeland is a founder of Medpather ( and an inventor of Medpather’s patented system for medical pricing using continuous real-time costing through location aware resource utilization datasets.

Brent is a practicing Plastic Surgeon and Hand Surgeon in Austin, Texas. He has dedicated his clinical career to treating complex injuries and cancer reconstruction in adults and children at tertiary referral hospitals and trauma centers. He aspires to develop an academic plastic surgery program to pass this knowledge on to others.

Dr. Egeland completed his residency in the highly regarded University of Michigan Integrated Plastic Surgery program and was a Fellow at the Mayo Clinic.  He has received numerous awards for research and teaching.

Steve Sanders, CPA, is Chief Financial Officer of Sana Health, Inc. (  Sana has developed and patented a non-invasive bio-therapeutic device for clinical non-pharmaceutical management of pain.

Prior to joining Sana, Mr. Sanders has had over 30 years of progressive management experience as a CPA and controller implementing and improving operating and internal controls, management reporting and GAAP-compliant accounting.

Jennifer Sethre is the President of Continuum Health (, a revenue cycle management (RCM) provider to health facilities.  She is the CEO and Founder of Intry, a tech-driven matchmaking service for job applicants and employers.

As President, CEO, and V.P. of multiple technology and consumer product companies, Jennifer has pioneered supplier relationships in China, started two companies with successful exits, and served in public and private leadership roles in international corporations, working with companies from over 18 countries, inventing 8 disruptive products in their spaces.

12th Man Foundation

12th Man Foundation

Tuesday, July 9, 2019

Travis V. Dabney, President and CEO of the 12th Man Foundation

Tavis V. Dabney ‘96Travis was named President and CEO of the 12th Man Foundation on Sept. 25, 2017. One of the longest-tenured employees at the 12th Man Foundation, Dabney has worked in various roles within the organization since March 2000. His career started in the Foundation’s Annual Programs office as Call Center Manager, and in 2003 he became a fundraiser in the Major Gifts division. Dabney was named the head of Major Gifts in 2013 and was a lead fundraiser for the Kyle Field redevelopment campaign. He was also heavily involved in fundraising efforts to construct several other football-specific facilities, as well as Blue Bell Park, Cox-McFerrin Center for Aggie Basketball, Slocum Nutrition Center, Davis Diamond and E.B. Cushing Stadium. Travis and his wife, Krista, live in College Station and have one daughter, Kennedy.



Tuesday, March 26, 2019

Brandon Jones, President/CEO and
Ryan Brauninger, Recruiting/Baseball Analyst

Our March breakfast will feature Brandon Jones and Ryan Brauninger discussing the upcoming baseball season coverage with the TexasAgs.

Brandon Jones, ’95
Brandon has overseen TexAgs’ daily activities since 1999 as President & CEO. His vision has been instrumental in pushing TexAgs year by year beyond the standard definition of “fan site” and helping it become a standard bearer for the industry. Brandon graduated from Texas A&M in 1995 with a degree in business management and lives in the Bryan-College Station area with his wife and four kids.

Ryan Brauninger, ’12
Ryan joined TexAgs in August of 2015. A college baseball player at McNeese State (Class of ’09), he moved to College Station in 2010 to pursue a Master’s in sport management at Texas A&M. Since receiving his degree, Ryan has been active in the youth sports scene in the Brazos Valley, the state, and region — including a summer stint with USA Baseball. He is a member of the TexAgs Recruiting team and a baseball analyst.

Austin Real Estate Panel Discussion

Austin Real Estate Panel Discussion

Tuesday, January 8, 2019

A Panel Discussion Featuring:
Kristen Scudder, Alan Peters and Chris Dolce

Our January breakfast will feature a panel of Austin area real estate professionals, discussing the latest market trends, forecasts, and strategies for both residential and commercial real estate in the Austin area. Panel members include:

Kristen Scudder ’05
Kristen is a fifth generation Aggie and served as the Capital City A&M Club’s 2017 President. Kristen is a professional residential Realtor with Horizon Realty and she grew up in the good ol’ 78745 of Austin, Texas. For the past 6 years, she has specialized in first time home buyers, move up buyers, new construction and downtown condominium sales. She is excited to share her outlook on where the Austin real estate market is headed in 2019.  BIO / LinkedIn

Alan Peters ’96
Alan is the Branch Manager of the Austin office for Savills Studley, an international commercial real estate firm, with over 700 offices globally.  His focus is office tenant representation, with a long track record of creative and off market solutions.  He served as President of the Capital City A&M Club in 2009.  BIO / Linked In

Chris Dolce ’92
Mr. Dolce has been with Sixthriver Architects since 1994 and has served as Vice President of the firm since 2001.  As the Director of Tenant Development services, Chris is an expert in tenant programming, space planning and assists clients in negotiating functional and efficient layouts for office and community spaces. He acts also as a project manager for numerous clients and assists them throughout their projects and endeavors.  He has been involved in the planning, design and construction of over 20,000,000 square feet of commercial and institutional spaces in the Austin Metropolitan area, throughout Texas and the nation.  His experience and firsthand knowledge of buildings, lease spaces and properties throughout the area provides an intimate understanding of the opportunities that a potential investment or lease could possess.   Chris is a sixth generation Austinite and a graduate of Texas A&M University with a degree in Environmental Design. BIO / Linked In

Capital Investment

Parker Reese

Tuesday, September 11, 2018

Parker Reese
President and CEO, Ameredev

Parker Reese ’07
Mr. Reese is the President and Chief Executive Officer of Ameredev. He leads a team of technical and financial professionals responsible for $24 billion of mergers and acquisitions and $2.2 billion of exploration and development capital investment including the $633 million sale of Ameredev’s Core Southern Delaware Basin assets to Callon Petroleum Company. Prior to forming Ameredev, he served as Reservoir Engineer at Three Rivers Operating Co., and Cimarex Energy Co., where he was responsible for acquisitions and divestitures, exploration and development and preparation of corporate reserves. He began his career as an engineer with ConocoPhillips.

Mr. Reese graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science degree in Petroleum Engineering. He currently serves on the industry board of the Harold Vance Department of Petroleum Engineering at Texas A&M University. He is a registered professional engineer in the state of Texas and a member of the Society of Petroleum Engineers.

Texas A&M Football

Texas A&M Football

Tuesday, July 10, 2018

Mikado Hinson, Director of Player Development

Mikado Hinson is entering his 5th season with the Texas A&M football team after joining the Aggies as the team’s Director of Player Development in 2014.

The Olathe, Kansas, native comes to College Station after serving on staff with the Fellowship of Christian Athletes (FCA) in Houston since 1998. Hinson served at the University of Houston, where he spent 14 years as the Team Chaplain and Character Development Coach for the Cougar football program. During that time, Hinson was also the Team Chaplain for the Houston Rockets from 2000-08, and served on the FCA National Chaplain’s Task Force from 2010-13. He became a licensed and ordained minister in 2005.

Hinson earned a BS in mass communications with a concentration in broadcast and journalism from Norfolk State University in 1998. He enjoys spending time with family, boxing, ring announcing, reading, teaching and preaching.

Hinson is married to Shaundra Hinson and the couple has three children: daughters Maya (20) and Kendall (17), and son MJ (14).