Hosted by the Baylor University Women's Council of Waco
Thursday, March 30 | 12-1:30 p.m.
Join the Baylor University Women's Council of Waco for their Spring Luncheon at the Paul L. Foster Campus of Business and Innovation. Waco Chief of Police Sheryl Victorian will share her journey to her current position as Waco's first female and first African American police chief.
- Individual – Baylor University Women's Council member: $20, sales tax included
- Individual – Non-member: $25, sales tax included
- Bear Table (Table of 8): $250, sales tax included
- Emerald Table (Table of 8): $500, sales tax included
- Golden Table (Table of 8): $1,000, sales tax included
Paul L. Foster Campus for Business and Innovation, Room 250
1621 S 3rd Street
Click here for maps, directions and parking information to Paul L. Foster Campus of Business and Innovation building.Please plan for additional time to park on the Baylor campus. Please see Visitor Parking Options below:
- The Visitor Lot next to the Cashion building
- Goebel/Russell Gym located across the street on 3rd Street from the Visitor Lot
- East Campus Garage located on Daughtrey Ave. between S. 2nd Street and S. 3rd Street
- Speight Parking Garage located on S. 4th Street between Speight Ave. and Bagby Ave.
Proceeds from this event benefit the Baylor Women's Council of Waco. If you're able, please consider making a gift today.
About our Guest Speaker
Police Chief Sheryl Victorian
Sheryl Victorian is a native Texan and a 28-year law enforcement professional. She was sworn in as the City of Waco's Chief of Police on March 15, 2021, after serving with the Houston Police Department for 28 years. Chief Victorian retired from the Houston Police Department as an Assistant Chief of the Patrol Region 2 Command, where she was responsible for the Clear Lake, Southeast, South Central, Eastside, and Downtown Patrol Divisions, as well as the Vehicular Crimes Division. Her law enforcement experience includes assignments in the Major Offenders, Homicide, Special Victims, Internal Affairs, Training and the South Central and Southeast Patrol Divisions.
Chief Victorian has earned many awards and commendations for her service and dedication as a police professional. She was recognized as the 100 Club of Houston's "Rookie Officer of the Year" in 1995, and earned a Life Saving Award, an Award of Excellence, Chief Unit Citations, and many Citizen and Chief of Police commendations. She holds a Bachelor of Science degree in Administration of Justice from Texas Southern University, a Master of Science Degree in Criminal Justice from the University of Houston – Downtown, and a Doctor of Philosophy Degree in Administration of Justice from Texas Southern University.
Chief Victorian is a graduate of the Federal Bureau of Investigation's National Academy (FBINA) session #267, a National Institute of Justice (NIJ) Law Enforcement Advancing Data and Science (LEADS) scholar, and a current fellow of American Leadership Forum’s class XLVII (47). She is also a Discover Leadership Master Graduate of class #252 and has been selected to participate in the Police Executive Research Forum's Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP), session #81, in July of 2021. Chief Victorian has also participated in several other nationally recognized professional development and leadership programs. Chief Victorian is an adjunct professor at Southern New Hampshire University where she teaches Contemporary Issues in Criminal Justice, Ethics, and the Graduate Capstone course.
In her spare time, Chief Victorian is a playwright, and enjoys traveling, mentoring, teaching, and spending time with her family.
About The Baylor Women's Council
The Baylor University Women's Council of 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.