The Boysville Board of Directors kicked off the New Year with a new slate of leaders. Daniel Lasater, senior vice president with Texas Capital Bank accepted the gavel from outgoing president, David Angulo, law partner for GCAK, Inc. Lasater praised Angulo for his yearlong commitment to leadership over the 75-year-old agency.
Joining Lasater on the leadership committee: Nicholas Valenti, investment advisor for Platinum Wealth Services will serve as vice president; Scott Matlock, senior vice president for Broadway Bank will serve as treasurer and Chad Lewis, sales representative for Stryker, Corp will serve as secretary.
New members on the board include Mae Escobar, owner of aMAEzing events and Shirley Sharon, vice president with Frost.
The Boysville board includes:
Brandon Arceneaux (Reeltime Partner, LLC); Ted Cleveland (EFI Global, Inc.); Ben Crawford (Rush Enterprises, Inc.); Mae Escobar (aMAEzing Marketing Group, LLC); John Hanna (Texas State Farm); David Luschen (City Public Service); Casandra Matej (Visit San Antonio); Richard O’Neil (Davison, Troilo, Ream, & Garza); Chad Ogden (Center for Disease Detection, LLC); John Robb (Frost); Vaughan Ruple ( Edward Jones Investments); Sharon Shirley (Frost); Tom Shank (Pfizer Innovative Health); Cathy Smith (Synergy Media & Advertising); Ray Stadler (Stadler Custom Homes); Kathryn Stohr (Boysville Auxiliary & Thrift Store); Mike Yantis (Yantis Company).
The board attended a half-day retreat to discuss the strategic plan for Boysville and golas for 2018.
Boysville, Inc., established in 1943, began as a home for orphaned boys. Today, Boysville cares for boys and girls, birth through 23, who cannot remain in their home due to abuse, neglect and abandonment. Boysville’s mission is to provide a safe, family environment for children in need so that they may become responsible adults.