The 43 Club is excited to welcome Nicole Small, LH Capital and Lyda Hill Philanthropies Chief Executive Officer, and Dallas Citizens Council Chief Executive officer W. Kelvin Walker to the stage. Cullum Clark, Director of the Bush Institute-SMU Economic Growth Initiative, will join the pair for a conversation on corporate and civic engagement.
The trio will provide guidance on policy issues that impact young professionals in Dallas, which include innovation, education, mobility, economics, and quality of life. They will explore avenues to empower and inspire the next generation of pioneers. Guests will leave with a better understanding of the current state of Dallas and how they can make a difference.
The Bush Center’s 43 Club unites young to mid-career professionals and offers members the opportunity to attend premium events, including thought-provoking discussions, social gatherings, and networking events. Led by honorary co-chairs, Jenna Bush Hager and Barbara Bush, the 43 Club continues to build a network of some of the brightest, up-and-coming, young professional leaders in Dallas.