Since its opening in 2013, the George W. Bush Presidential Center has been a gathering place for all types. From international leaders comparing notes to being a favorite spot for nonprofits to centerpiece their presentations, it’s made its mark on the landscape.
To support such a world renowned operations requires a stellar group of board members. The following five new board members have just been announced by Bush Center Chairman of the Board Don Evans and Center President/CEO Ken Hersh: Harlan Crow, Henry Hager, Joel Kaplan, David Miller and Pam Patsley.
According to Don, “As the Bush Center grows and expands its influence through domestic and international policy work and community engagement, I’m pleased that we’re also rounding out our Board of Directors to include this diverse and talented set of leaders. Their wisdom and guidance will be critical as the Bush Center continues its mission of developing leaders, advancing policy, and taking action to solve today’s most pressing challenges.”
They’ll be joining the current board that includes Laura Bush, Bill Hickey, Ray Hunt, John W. Johnson, Mark Langdale, Jeanne L. Phillips, Caren Prothro, Craig R. Stapleton, Larry D. Thompson and Gerald Turner.