Eleven new members were approved Aug. 13 by the Texas Tech Foundation Board of Directors. The new directors will serve four-year terms beginning Sept. 1.
The nominees, all graduates or former students of Texas Tech, are:
- From Lubbock – David Alderson, president and chief executive officer of Alderson Enterprises, L.P.
- From Abilene – Kenneth L. Burgess, Sr., owner of Ken Burgess, Inc.
- From Dallas – H. Craig Evans, owner and president S.C. Companies and owner of Ranch 182, LLC; Matt E. Malouf, owner of Malouf Interests, Inc.; and Robert R. Matejek, recently retired from Merit Energy Company as president and chief operating officer.
- From Southlake – Terry E. Fuller, president of Phoenix Petrocorp, Inc.
- From El Paso – H. Christopher Mott, an attorney and shareholder of Gordon, Mott & Davis, P.C.
- From San Antonio – Bradley C. Barron, senior vice president, general counsel, and secretary of NuStar Energy, L.P. and Fern “Missy” Finck, owner of Finck Properties.
- From San Diego, Calif. – Robert B. Horsman, founder, president and chief executive officer of San Diego National Bank.
- From Houston and Santa Fe, N.M. – R. Randall Onstead, Jr., principal of Lone Star Retail Partners, LLC.
“The experience these men and women bring to the foundation board is important for our future of our universities,” said Kelly Overley, chief operating officer of the foundation and vice chancellor of institutional advancement for the system. “They will strengthen our board and enable the foundation to continue to support the programs that create an excellent academic experience for all of our students.”
The Texas Tech Foundation Inc. was established in 1939 and provides volunteer leadership to facilitate institutional advancement programs and assist with fundraising activities, stewardship and major capital campaigns for the system.