Gary Bogan ’73
3 Year Member

Gary Bogan ’73 is a native of Bryan, Texas and received a BS in Chemistry from Texas A&M followed by an MS in Chemistry from The California Institute of Technology. For 22 years he held numerous positions in research and management with The Dow Chemical Company in Freeport, Texas.  Gary then was employed by Lloyd’s Register, Inc., a global company providing certification to international quality, environmental and safety standards for companies in many different industries, including automotive, aerospace, chemical, medical devices and manufacturing.  After 18 years Gary retired from Lloyd’s Register as the Americas Region Technical Operations Manager.  Gary has been married to his wife, Judy, for 45 years and they are enjoying living on their Aggie Hill Ranch in Washington, Texas.  They have two sons, two daughters-in-law, and four grandchildren.  Much of Gary’s retirement time is spent attending grandchildren’s events, watching Aggie sports, and raising beef cattle.

Bruce Brown ’10
3 Year Member

Bruce Brown ’10 joined the Department of Student Activities in 2016 after completing a Master of Arts at Bowling Green State University and working in higher education both in California and Ohio. Bruce is passionate about leadership development, research, and maximizing positive impacts on the world. Being originally from NY and having traveled to all 7 continents, Bruce is happy to call Aggieland home with his soon to be wife and dachshund. 

Alexandra González ’15
3 Year Member

Alexandra González ’15 graduated in 2015 from Texas A&M University with a degree in agricultural economics. Originally from Brownsville, Texas, and a third generation Aggie, there was no question “Ale” would attend Texas A&M. A highly involved student leader, she served as chairman of Traditions Council and as president of the Society for Collegiate Leadership and Achievement, was co-founder of the Aggie Network Student Ambassadors, and more. Alexandra received the Buck Weirus Spirit Award and was student speaker for her commencement ceremony. Her interest in the nonprofit sector was elicited from her position as student assistant to the president and CEO and Executive Staff at The Association of Former Students. There she reinforced her passion for public service through fundraising for Texas A&M and the worldwide Aggie Network and led to her pursuit of a Master’s at The Bush School. Currently, she works as a Development Specialist at The Association of Former Students, raising funds for capital and major gifts, including the Endowed Century Club and Endowed Aggie Ring Scholarships. Outside of school and the workplace, Ale enjoys playing sports such golf and basketball, playing fetch with her black lab named “Rudder,” and getting involved at her church, St. Mary’s Catholic Center.

Lisa Aldrich ’79
2 Year Member

Lisa Aldrich ’79 is a native of McAllen, Texas and retired realtor, Lisa Miller Aldrich is a passionate volunteer and community servant who works tirelessly to support nonprofit organizations in many different ways.   From obtaining auction items from vendors who ”can’t say no to her,” to organizing donors to pool their contributions to make a larger scholarship, to working with state and federal legislators to ensure support for cancer research, Lisa’s dedication and enthusiasm for making life better for citizens of the Brazos Valley is always at the forefront of her mind and efforts.

Lisa’s Aggie heritage, community roots, and love and commitment for the future of the Brazos Valley serve as a motivating force to make life better for all who live here.  As a result, Lisa works tirelessly behind the scenes and in so many supportive ways to “connect the dots” to make sure that if work at any of the many organizations she is engaged with a connecting thread in any of its projects, then she can find it and make it work together.  Her development experience tells her that by working together, we can make a bigger impact AND have more fun!   As a result, Lisa has been involved and touched numerous community organizations and nonprofits including the Woman’s Club, Coach Blair Charities, Fun for All Playground, Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce Ambassadors [formerly Blazers], Leadership Brazos, Life Member of Bryan/College Station Chamber of Commerce, the Muscular Dystrophy Association, St. Joseph Hospital Foundation Fundraiser Cajun Primer/Bayou Bash, Junior League, American Cancer Society, Brazos County A&M Club, Brazos Valley Tailgaters, Ronald McDonald House Charities, First Baptist Church and College Station Little League and Soccer Club.  She is always seeking ways to coordinate projects and multiply their impacts.  For example, she currently serves as fundraising co-chair of the Coach Blair Charities Celebration Dinner and Golf Tournament which benefits Special Olympics and other local charities and also represents the College Station Noon Lions Club’s development efforts for the Fun for All Playground initiative.

Lisa has lived in College Station since 1980 where she and her husband, Steve, have been an integral part of the community.  Lisa was an active, engaged parent volunteer in all aspects of her children’s schooling and extracurricular activities.  Today, you will likely find their sons, Carson [25] and Miller [28], actively volunteering alongside Lisa and Steve within the community.  Lisa recognizes the importance of education, and her family has helped establish academic scholarships to benefit deserving high school graduates.  Also, the Aldrich family has established a scholarship in memory of her husband’s mother, Rella Lou Dannenberg Aldrich, through the Community Foundation of the Brazos Valley.

Whether contributing financially through scholarships, offering interpretation skills to non-English speakers during hurricane displacement crisis, or serving as a guide during a tour of a historic community home, the diversity of contributions made by Lisa Aldrich to the community are as reflective as the diversity of interests she holds for the uniqueness and variety of activities within this exciting and vibrant community that we all call home.

Keith Lane ’05
2 Year Member

Keith Lane ’05 is serving his second year on the Brazos County A&M Club Board of Directors having previously served as President in 2014. Keith currently works at the Mays School of Business at Texas A&M and lives in College Station with his wife Katy ’02 and their two children. 

Cal McNeill ’85
2 Year Member

Cal McNeill ’85 is the Executive Vice President of The Bank & Trust of Bryan / College Station. He served as the Senior Vice President of First National Bank of Bryan from 2003 – 2009 and worked at Wells Fargo and First Bank & Trust from 1985 – 2003. Cal’s list of volunteer efforts is quite extensive and includes Past Chairman of the Chamber of Commerce, President of the CSISD Education Foundation, Treasurer of the CS Tiger Club, and Leadership Council for the Brazos Valley Research Partnership. Cal has served on the Board of Directors for nine organizations including The College Station MED, the CSISD Education Foundation, and Children’s Miracle Network. He also finds time to officiate in the Big XII Conference. Cal has been happily married to Dr. Beth McNeill for 31 years. The couple has two sons, one daughter and son-in-law, and two grandsons.

Mike Connor ’85
1 Year Member

Mike Connor ’85 is the Senior Energy Accounts Manager at Bryan Texas Utilities. He received his Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering from Texas A&M University in 1985 and later continued his education with a Master of Business Administration at Southern Methodist University in 1993. Mike first joined BTU in 2003 as a Key Accounts Manager responsible for many of BTU’s top commercial and industrial customers. Mike served in leadership roles for A&M Clubs in Abilene, Dallas, Tulsa, and Longview before moving to Bryan. Mike has also served on the B/CS Chamber of Commerce Ambassador Committee since 2004 and is actively involved with the Chamber’s Legislative Affairs Committee. Mike and his wife, Diana, enjoy following Aggie Athletics and traveling.

Jason Goodman ’00
1 Year Member

Jason Goodman ’00 is currently serving his third year on the Brazos County A&M Club Board of Directors, having previously served as Club President in 2013. Jason currently serves as Senior Vice President and COO of Aggieland Credit Union and lives in College Station with his wife Jamie and their two children. 

Amy Jones ’92
1 Year Member

Amy Jones ’92 is currently serving her third year on the Brazos County A&M Club Board of Directors, having previously served in a number of different roles on both the officer team and in other volunteer capacities with the Club. At Texas A&M, she received a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Economics and a Master’s Degree in Land Economics and Real Estate. Amy has 15 years of real estate experience working with two REITs, Regency Centers and Weingarten Realty. She also has consulting experience with Verizon and the Cities of Bryan and College Station.

As the Commercial Asset Manager for Oldham Goodwin Group, Amy’s primary focus is on the daily operations of property management and the financial reporting of the managed properties. She is also involved in the leasing and maintenance of the property’s value.