Members are encouraged to join the Council for our Annual Membership Meeting.
Leadership will provide updates on the work that the Council has been doing over the course of the year, trustees will be elected, and re-elected, and guests will be invited to join us for a reception following the business portion of the meeting.
8620 N New Braunfels Ave
San Antonio, TX 78217
5:30PM Doors Open
FREE | Members
$40 | Non-members
Our keynote speaker will be Brandon Logan, Founder & CEO of Urban Capital Partners and President of the Rotary Club of San Antonio.
A millennial and native of San Antonio who found inspiration at the nexus of business, community, and mentorship, Brandon Logan has carved a niche for himself as an entrepreneur, advocate, and speaker on all topics relating to diversity, business, and service.
From receiving the San Antonio Business Journal’s 40 Under 40 Rising Star Award and the 2016 Community Impact Award by Delta Sigma Theta Sorority, Inc. to being honored as a Community Legend by the San Antonio Chapter of the National Coalition of 100 Black Women and being named by Essence Magazine as one of the 50 “Baddest Brothers” in America, Brandon’s accomplishments have been noted on local, national, and international levels. For his contributions, he has also received recognition from President Barack H. Obama, the United States Marine Corps, Rotary International, SA2020, and the San Antonio Express-News.
Brandon is currently serving as the 107th President of the Rotary Club of San Antonio, which is one of the largest clubs within Rotary International. He has been named the Rotary Club of San Antonio's Outstanding Young San Antonian for 2016 and was awarded Rotary International’s highest honor for individual Rotarians—the “Service Above Self” Award—for his selfless contributions to his community and beyond. Continuing his devotion to community service, Brandon was appointed Chairman of the San Antonio Martin Luther King, Jr. Commission, where he elevated the standard of participation for the Nation's largest MLK, Jr. March by increasing the march participants to a record of 300,000 people and raising over $400,000 in scholarships.