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The Honorable Robert Henneke is the General Counsel and Director of the Center for the American Future at the Texas Public Policy Foundation.

Before joining the foundation, Robert served as the twice-elected Kerr County Attorney where he brought conservative value to county government.  Robert began his legal career serving as an Assistant Attorney General in the General Litigation division under the leadership of Texas Attorney General Greg Abbott.  His commentaries have appeared on Fox News, Forbes, The Washington Post, The Washington Examiner, The Hill, and other national publications.

He is a member of the State Bar of Texas and is admitted to practice before the Supreme Court of the United States, the Fifth Circuit Court of Appeals, as well as the Federal District Courts in the Eastern, Western, Northern and Southern Districts of Texas.

Robert received his law degree from the University of Texas School of Law where he founded the Texas Law Republicans.  He earned his undergraduate degree in English Literature from Georgetown University.  Robert graduated from Tivy High School in Kerrville, Texas.  He lives in Austin with his wife Lesley and their two sons.  Robert is an Eagle Scout.

Robert Henneke
Jan 15, 2018
 
 

Commissioner Ray Whisenant
Feb 05, 2018
 
Judge Henry
Feb 12, 2018
 
NO MEETING
Feb 19, 2018
 
PRESIDENTS DAY
Feb 19, 2018
 
 
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Marialyn Barnard was appointed Justice of the Texas Fourth Court of Appeals on January 1, 2009. She was elected as Justice in 2010 and re-elected to a six-year term in 2012.  She has been a judge for nine years and has authored over a thousand civil and criminal opinions. Prior to her judicial years, she was an experienced attorney with a broad base of legal experience in state and federal courts.  At the time of her appointment, she was in private practice with the Prichard Hawkins McFarland & Young LLP law firm representing clients in civil litigation, multi-district litigation, and appeals.

Justice Barnard’s early legal career included working for several judges. During law school, she was an intern at the Texas Supreme Court for Former Justice John Cornyn and at the Texas Court of Criminal Appeals for Judge Charlie Baird.

In 1995, Justice Barnard was appointed by United States Attorney General Janet Reno to serve as Assistant United States Attorney in the Western District of Texas, United States Department of Justice.  She handled various cases including complex civil litigation cases. Several cases were parallel proceedings involving civil and criminal issues.

From 1999 to 2005 Justice Barnard was a corporate counsel and director of business intelligence for CPS Energy in San Antonio, Texas and a managing director of Forensic Litigation Services for KPMG. At KPMG she worked on mergers and acquisitions, compliance, and employee issues for U.S. and international corporations, companies, and partnerships.

Legal Volunteer/Awards

SABA Litigation Section Director 2005, Chair 2008-09

SABA Law Day Committee Chairperson 1997 and 2006

SABA President’s Award 1997 for volunteer work

Texas State Bar Grievance Committee Member 1996-98, 2001-05

Bexar County Women’s Bar Association Director 1996-97; 2006-07

Association of Corporate Counsels 2003-05 Board Member and President-Elect

SABA Community Justice Program Fundraiser and Volunteer for Indigent Clients

Wills Clinic Committee Member and Volunteer for Indigent Clients 2000-08

Western District of Texas Admission Committee Member and Chair 1995-98

Texas Supreme Court Gender Bias Review and Implementation Committee Member 1994-96

San Antonio Young Lawyer Association Honorary Young Lawyer 2016

Community Involvement/Charities/Volunteer/Awards

San Antonio Metropolitan Ministries (SAMM) – Working night shifts at the center 1980-1990’s

Habitant for Humanity – Helping to build homes – 1990’s

CPS Energy Weatherization – Weatherizing low income homes 2002 - 2005

Children’s Shelter – Spending time and playing with children 1980s - 1990

Big Brothers Big Sisters Board Member 2005

Child Advocates of San Antonio (CASA) Board Member 2007-08 Advisory Board Member, Advisory Board Member, N.E.I.S.D. Academy for Creative Education 2006-08

La Prensa Foundation 2010 “Outstanding Women in Action” Legal Award Recipient

San Antonio Lighthouse for the Blind Advisory Board 2011-12

San Antonio Downtown Rotary Club President 2015-2016 Board Member 2009-2017

United States Air Force War College National Security Forum Class of 2010

United States Army War College National Security Symposium Class 2016

Honorary Commander 433rd Alamo Wing, Lackland A.F.B. 2011-2012

Girl’s Inc. “Raise Your Glasses Honoree” 2015

Justice Barnard, as a former public school teacher, has also served as Director on the Firstmark Credit Union Board, originally the San Antonio Teacher’s Credit Union.  She has served as board member on the San Antonio Greater Chamber Board and on the San Antonio Women’s Chamber of Commerce Board. Justice Barnard has also served on the supervisory committee for the Academy of Creative Education (ACE) for the Northeast Independent School District in San Antonio working with high risk students to prevent them from becoming high school dropouts.

Justice Barnard is married to Gary Barnard, PhD. psychologist in private practice. They have two adult children and two very precious grandchildren.  Justice Barnard is a very involved and proud grandmother. The Barnard’s daughter, mother of their grandchildren, is Major Brandi Barnard King a U.S. Air Force Reserve C-5 pilot at Lackland A.F.B. married to Lt. Col. Dan King also a pilot.  The Barnard’s son, Joshua Barnard is an account executive in healthcare software and financing and, he is married to Dr. Kaessee Brown Barnard, OB-GYN. Former United States Air Force Major.

Justice Marialyn Barnard
Mar 05, 2018
 
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Jeanne Arnold
Mar 12, 2018
 
2nd Annual Home and Garden Show
Mar 17, 2018 – Mar 18, 2018
 
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Susan Burkholder worked for 30 years in the health care industry in sales, marketing, consulting, coaching, and executive management roles.  In 2013, Susan felt called to get involved in the issue of human trafficking.  She served as an Ambassador for Shared Hope International, and became an active member of the Alamo Area Coalition Against Trafficking. Since 2015, she has served as a volunteer with Ransomed Life, a San Antonio based 501c3 organization providing mentoring, counseling, education, community awareness and restoration to San Antonio area 12-17 year old female survivors of Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking.   Susan is currently serving Ransomed Life, in a volunteer role, as their Director of Community Engagement.

Susan Burkholder
Mar 19, 2018
 
 
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Apr 07, 2018
7:00 AM – 12:00 PM
 
 
NO MEETING
May 28, 2018
 
MEMORIAL DAY
May 28, 2018