Ben Renberg, BA ’91, MBA ’03, is president of the Baylor Scott & White Dallas Foundation, a role he began Feb. 1. Renberg previously was senior associate vice president of alumni affairs and development at Cornell University. Before joining Cornell in 2016, Renberg was associate vice president for development at Rice University and previously served as assistant dean of external relations for the university’s Jesse H. Jones Graduate School of Business. He also spent time as a partner with Dini Partners, a consulting firm specializing in nonprofits; associate vice president for university development at Baylor; and director of development at Baylor College of Medicine. Renberg and his wife April Hoelscher Renberg, BA ’91, are happy to be back in the Lone Star State.
Stephanie M. McMahon, BM ’91, received the 2020 NASA Equal Employment Opportunity Medal for exceptional leadership in creating an educational destination for people of all abilities to experience the wonder of human space exploration.
Gilbert Adams III, BA ’92, JD ’94, established the Gilbert T. Adams III Endowed Scholarship in Law to support deserving Baylor Law students.
Perry E. Brown, MBA ’92, joined Arvest Bank in northeastern Oklahoma as a senior vice president - trust specialist, managing the firm’s estate administration and settlement activities. He holds FINRA securities licenses and the CFP(R) and CTFA industry certifications. Contact at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Christopher B. Trowbridge, BBA ’95, managing partner for Bell Nunnally, is featured in the 2021 edition of The Dallas 500, a signature publication from D CEO that recognizes the most powerful business leaders in North Texas. He is listed in the category of Law - Business and IP Litigation and is one of six individuals selected for this category, part of a larger roundup featuring 500 North Texas business leaders across 56 categories.
Adrian Escalante Jr., BBA ’96, established the Adrian Escalante Jr. Endowed Scholarship Fund in Business. The scholarship assists deserving Hankamer School of Business students.
Tara Flannery, BBA ’98, of Houston’s Tara Flannery Photography LLC, earned the Professional Photographers of America (PPA) Photographic Craftsman degree, presented by PPA President Gregory Daniel at the association’s annual convention, Imaging USA, in January. The degree signifies that Flannery has met the PPA standards of excellence recognizes her service to the photographic profession as an orator, author, and mentor. She was one of 40 recipients this year. Flannery is a Certified Professional Photographer (CPP) specializing in family and senior portraits and business headshots.