Baylor University Women's Council Luncheon

Spring Luncheon

Hosted by Baylor University Women's Council of Dallas
This event was held on Friday, May 26

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Event Details

Location: Royal Oaks Country Club
7915 Greenville Ave
Dallas, TX 75231

About Our Speakers

Kara Killmer (BFA '10)
Kara Killmer (BFA '10)

Kara Killmer currently stars in the TV series Chicago Fire as Sylvie Brett, the dependable paramedic who transferred to Firehouse 51 from a rural fire department in Indiana.

Killmer moved from Texas to Los Angeles and was selected from thousands of young actors to star in the Hulu original series If I Can Dream, a show created by Simon Fuller that explored the lives of aspiring actors. Following the series, she was immediately cast in the leading role in the independent film Beyond the Mask and followed the film with a role in the USA pilot Horizon produced by Gale Ann Hurd. Shortly thereafter, she was cast in her first leading role in the NBC pilot Tin Man.

When Killmer is not working, she enjoys writing, painting, hiking and spending time with family and friends. Killmer was born in Crowley, Texas. She graduated from Baylor University in 2010 with a BFA in Theatre Performance.

Bianca Castro (BA '03)
Bianca Castro (BA '03)

Bianca Castro is an American journalist, anchor, and medical reporter working as a co-anchor at NBC 5 in Dallas-Fort Worth since March 2014. Bianca graduated with her Bachelor of Arts in 2003 from Baylor University. Bianca started her career in Waco, where she reported on a vast range of stories, then moved to the Texas coast to be the primary evening anchor for KRIS in Corpus Christi. Bianca is on the board of local chapters of March of Dimes, Communities in Schools, and Big Brothers Big Sisters. Learn more.

About The Baylor Women's Council

Baylor University Women's Council Dallas 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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