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Featured Speakers: Shea Groom ’15 and Carlos Martinez-Gloria ’18, Houston Dash
Welcome by Eric Mendoza ’21, Texas A&M Student Body President
Sponsored by Brent Vannoy ’88, Partner, Hughes Watters Askanase
Date: 2nd Monday, May 10, 2021
Time: 11:30 Networking, Lunch from Noon to 1 p.m.
Where: Grotto, 4715 Westheimer Rd, Houston, TX 77027
Cost: $25 covers both lunch and dessert
Parking: valet or complimentary self-parking available
Grotto is following all health and safety guidelines set by the state and the health department to ensure your safety.
We ask that all our guests:
- Take your temperature and if 99.5 degrees and above, please stay home
- If you or any member of your household shows signs of illness of any kind, please choose to stay home
- Wear a mask when not seated and maintain a safe social distance from other guests at the event
- NEW POLICY: To ensure your safety and meet restaurant capacity requirements, online RESERVATIONS are REQUIRED by Friday, May 7th at noon.
This is an in-person activity. Every attendee must evaluate their unique circumstances and make an informed decision before attending in-person activities. The Houston A&M Club recommends that no one in the higher-risk category take part in-person. Anyone who feels sick must Stay Home. If you become sick or develop symptoms, isolate yourself then go home and seek care. The Houston A&M Club cannot make any guarantees of safety and you are attending at your own risk.
Shea Groom ’15 – Houston Dash, Midfielder
Shea Groom is a Houston Dash midfielder and Aggie Soccer legend. Groom joined Houston in 2020 and helped the Dash win the 2020 NWSL Challenge Cup, bringing the first league title to the city while earning Championship MVP. Prior to joining Houston, Shea started her professional career in the National Women’s Soccer League as the 12th overall selection in the 2015 NWSL College Draft and has since recorded 22 goals and 12 assists during her 6 years played.
Carlos Martinez-Gloria ’18 – Houston Dash, Team Administrator