CEO Clubs Texas would like to invite you to join us Tuesday, December 17th from 10:00 am – 3:00 pm at the Frontiers of Flight Museum in Dallas! This will be an exciting meeting with 3 excellent speakers, a delicious lunch and fantastic venue. The main part of the meeting will be from 11:00 am – 1:00 pm, but come early for networking and stay after for the bonus speaker and tour!
CEO of the Frontiers of Flight Museum, Cheryl Sutterfield-Jones, will be speaking about the highs and lows of making the museum soar! Cheryl assumed the role of President & CEO of the Frontiers of Flight Museum effective November 1, 2011. Ms. Sutterfield-Jones, a longtime leader in the north Texas non-profit community, was formerly Regional Chief Executive Officer of the Dallas Area Chapter of the American Red Cross. Prior to joining the Red Cross she served as CEO of the Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center and as Executive Director of the Denton County Friends of the Family. In 2003 Ms. Sutterfield-Jones was named Agency Executive of the Year by the United Way of Metropolitan Dallas and in 2005 was honored by the Girl Scouts of Tejas Council with the Real Girls, Real Women Award.
Jan Collmer is no stranger to taking risks whether it be in business or an airplane. He has celebrated much success over his lifetime and is still making his mark on history as the oldest stunt pilot flying. He is a former Navy pilot, former Chairman of DFW Airport and the Dallas Chamber of Commerce, and Co-founder of the Frontiers of Flight Museum.
Jeff Crilley retired from TV news after 25 years in the business to start the country’s first “all journalist” PR firm. During his career he made hundreds of national news appearances including CNN, CNN Headline News, FOX News, The Discovery Channel, Good Morning America and The CBS Early Show.
He has been recognized by his peers with dozens of national and regional awards including the Emmy, the National Headliners Award, theEdward R. Murrow Award, the Thurgood Marshall Award and in 2004 was named by the Texas Associated Press, “The Best TV Reporter in the state.”