Emerald Tea

Emerald Tea

Hosted by the Women's Council of Houston
Sunday, Feb. 12 | 2-4 p.m.
at the Houston Racquet Club

Baylor alumnae, you are cordially invited to the annual Emerald Tea luncheon at the Houston Racquet Club! Enjoy fellowship among Baylor Bears as we learn tips and tricks on building confidence and amplifying your brand from Emmy award-winning producer and Baylor alum Megan Hundahl Streete (BA '98).

Hosted by the Baylor Women’s Council of Houston, this event is open to both members and non-members and is for ladies only. Registration is $30 per person and includes a traditional afternoon tea.

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Event Location: Houston Racquet Club
10709 Memorial Dr, Houston, TX 77024


About our Guest Speaker

Megan Hundahl StreeteMegan Hundahl Streete

Megan Hundahl Streete (BA '98) is an Emmy award-winning producer and consultant who has helped produce Good Morning America, ABC News, and Anderson Cooper 360. As a creative consultant, she worked for Grey's Anatomy creator and executive producer Shona Rhimes. She has collaborated with top talent in media including Anderson Cooper, Connie Chung, Paula Zahn, Emeril Lagasse, and Diane Sawyer. Click here to read more.


About The Baylor Women's Council

The Baylor University Women's Council of Houston 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.

Proceeds from this event benefit the Baylor Women's Council of Houston. If you're able, please consider making a gift today.

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