Peaks and Valleys: A Family's Story of Healing

Peaks and Valleys

Hosted by Baylor University Women's Council Waco
Tuesday, Nov. 9 | 6-9:30 p.m.

Join Baylor Alumni for an in-person dinner featuring Timothy, Jorja, and Theo Krause. Hear about their family's spiritual journey through faith, determination, and miraculous healing after receiving a life-altering medical prognosis. Hosted by Baylor University Women's Council Waco, the event is open to members and nonmembers.

Each attendee will receive a signed copy of Finding Theo, a father’s raw account of his son’s courageous battle for life. Additional copies will be available for purchase.

Register to Join

Registration Options: sales tax included

  • Individual Seating (per ticket) - Non-Member: $50
  • Individual Seating (per ticket) - Member: $45
  • Golden Table (table of 10): $500
  • Emerald Table (table of 10): $1,000
  • Diamond Table (table of 10): $1,500

  • About our Guest Speakers

    Tim KrauseTim Krause, author of Finding Theo

    Timothy Krause spent thirty years in the world of high technology, ultimately serving as chief marketing officer of one of the world’s largest suppliers of telecommunications products and services. The son of a preacher, Timothy lives at the crossroads of science, religion, and the arts.

    His book, Finding Theo, represents the culmination of a journey precipitated by a horrifying accident in which these worlds collided.

    Today he is a Specialist Executive with Deloitte Consulting. He also provides leadership, business strategy, marketing, and business development advice as an independent consultant, and is a popular motivational speaker.

    He is a Mallon Circle member of the World Affairs Council of Dallas/Fort Worth and is a passionate supporter of Our Friends Place, a Dallas based nonprofit dedicated to helping young women break the generational cycles of abuse, neglect, and poverty. He holds a BA in physics from William Jewell College, which in 2015 awarded him its highest honor for distinguished alums, the Citation of Achievement. He also holds the MBA in business management from the University of Dallas.

    Timothy met his wife, Jorja, a music education major, during a college choir tour. Together they have raised two children, lived and worked abroad in Paris, France, and currently reside in Dallas, Texas.

    Theo KrauseTheo Krause

    Theo Krause owns Mountain Concierge LLC, a private luxury concierge service in Colorado and he works as a lead concierge for Ritz Carlton Hotels. Previously, he worked as a professional snowboard instructor for Vail Resorts and continues on a seasonal basis, having successfully passed the Professional Ski Instructors of America and the American Association of Snowboard Instructors (PSIA-AASI) Level 3 Certification in 2015, two years after his mountain biking accident.

    Theo has been nominated six times for the Ritz Carlton’s Five Star award, the hotelier’s top service award, and has received the award twice. He was runner up as employee of the year in 2017. Theo speaks to a range of audiences about his experience in recovery and his passion for great service.

    Theo received a B.A. in international business with a minor in economics and a B.S. in French from the University of Denver in 2010. He also studied one year at University Dauphine in Paris, France, in 2009. He currently resides in Edwards, Colorado, together with his adopted cat, Oliver.


    About The Baylor Women's Council

    The Baylor University Women's Council Waco is an amazing group of women supporting each other and the University they love. A Baylor Woman is any alumna, parent or supporter of Baylor University who has a heart for making Baylor stronger. We invite you to consider becoming involved in a Baylor Women's Council near you. Contact Virginia Ellis for more information.


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