Texas and COVID-19: Media Forum


 
Past Forums

 

Lyceum Frontliner: Katie Jones

In the blink of an eye, COVID-19 completely changed how we conduct our daily lives. While stay-at-home orders were intended to keep us safe from the virus, home may not be the safest place for everyone, especially for domestic violence survivors. Katie Jones, CEO of the National Domestic Violence Hotline, experienced her worst fear since the beginning of the pandemic: a surge in calls.

 
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A Network Like No Other



Meaningful dialogue. Deliberately bipartisan. Friendship. And—above all—a commitment to the future of the Lone Star State. Learn why Texas’ top leaders are proud to serve their fellow Texans through The Texas Lyceum.

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A Message from the President

As we enter the fifth decade of The Texas Lyceum we reflect on the leadership, leverage, and legacy that began in 1980. A group of young Texans from business, professional, and academic communities came together to discuss an idea: that Texas was at an important turning point in its history. They believed that Texas had an opportunity, indeed a responsibility, to become a great state. And they concluded that Texas needed a new forum to bring together the various segments of the state in a non-partisan, non-political, and non-adversarial setting to thoughtfully consider the state’s opportunities and challenges.

 
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