March 2nd Monthly Luncheon: Floodplain Master Plan and Funding, presented by Kathleen Jackson, Texas Water Development Board

TO REGISTER, CLICK ON THIS LINK

**DEADLINE FOR RSVPs NOON 2/26/20**

Don’t forget to bring cash for the raffle ticket drawing!

TIME:
11:30 a.m. Registration
12:30 p.m. Lunch and Program

LOCATION:
“777 Main”
Petroleum Club | 40th Floor
777 Main Street | Fort Worth, Texas

COST:
$25.00 Full Buffet
$20.00 Young Members

PARKING:
$5.50 On-Site Parking
(with validation)

This month’s topic: Texas Water Development Board – Floodplain master plan and funding

Speaker:  Kathleen Jackson, Texas Water Development Board

Bio: http://www.twdb.texas.gov/about/board/jackson/index.asp

Kathleen Jackson was reappointed to the Texas Water Development Board by Governor Greg Abbott on March 9, 2017. She was appointed to the Board by Governor Rick Perry on March 18, 2014.

Jackson has a diverse background representing agricultural, environmental, industrial, and wholesale-supply interests, which includes developing and implementing water management strategies for Southeast Texas. As a registered professional engineer, Jackson served as public affairs manager for one of the world’s largest petroleum and petrochemical producers.

Additionally, she was involved in production agriculture with her late husband, who ran a cattle operation and farmed rice. She served as a past member of the Lower Neches Valley Authority Board of Directors, the Texas Water Conservation Association, and participated on the Sabine and Neches Rivers Bay and Estuary Environmental Flows Assessment Program Stakeholders Committee.

She is also a board member and past president of the Lamar Institute of Technology Foundation, a sustaining member of the Junior League of Beaumont, a member of the Texas Farm Bureau, past president of the American Cancer Society of North Jefferson County, and a past board member of Junior Achievement of the Golden Triangle.

Jackson received a bachelor’s degree in chemical engineering from North Carolina State University.

Jackson has three children, sixth-generation Texans who all reside and work in Texas, and three grandchildren. She is a long-time resident of Beaumont.



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