Muster is coming soon and we hope to see you and your family on Saturday the 21st of April.
Location: Clark Middle School - 4600 Colby Drive Frisco, Texas 75035
When: Saturday, April 21, 2011 5:00 PM
It is time for Aggies everywhere to gather together to Muster and to remember their days in Aggieland. We will convene on April 21st at 5:00 PM. We will be having BBQ from Randy Whites. We are excited to welcome Brooke Rollins as the speaker for Muster. She attended Texas A&M University and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture Development. While at Texas A&M, Rollins was the first female to serve as Student Body President and was recognized as the top graduate based on academics, leadership, and service. In 2007, Rollins was invited back to campus as the Aggie Muster speaker.
Price will be $12 for 2012 club members, $15 for non-members and $20 at the door. Children 5-12 will be $5. Children 4 and under are free for PB&J Sandwich.
*** At the door Cash or Checks will be preferred
due to internet connectivity at the school ***
If there is someone that you would like to recognize during the Roll Call for the Absent or if you would like to Volunteer to help at Muster please contact Jay Magruder ’87 at
FAMC_Muster@Aggienetwork.com or 972-897-5359.
Registration now available Click Here .
Tom Williford ‘92
President – Frisco A&M Club
Brooke L. Rollins
President & CEO
Brooke L. Rollins is the President & CEO of the Texas Public Policy Foundation, one of the nation’s premier free-market think tanks. A public policy research institute based in Austin, Texas, the Texas Public Policy Foundation has provided the ideas and research for true state based reform in education, taxes, tort reform, deregulation, criminal justice, health care and many other issues since 1989. Rollins' leadership has helped guide the growth of the Foundation, a $5 million organization with 30 employees.
Before joining the Foundation, Rollins served as Governor Rick Perry’s Deputy General Counsel, and later as his Policy Director. She managed the Governor’s Policy Division and all policy issues including education, transportation, natural resources, agriculture, criminal justice, economic development, health and human services, and insurance.
Raised in the small, rural Texas town of Glen Rose, Rollins graduated from Glen Rose High School where she was an active member of the Texas FFA Association, serving as a State Officer. She attended Texas A&M University and graduated cum laude with a Bachelor of Science degree in Agriculture Development. While at Texas A&M, Rollins was the first female to serve as Student Body President and was recognized as the top graduate based on academics, leadership, and service. In 2007, Rollins was invited back to campus as the Aggie Muster speaker.
Rollins graduated with honors from the University of Texas School of Law and spent several years as a litigator with Hughes & Luce, L.L.P., in Dallas, Texas, focusing primarily on complex commercial litigation. She also completed a federal judicial clerkship with the Honorable Barbara M.G. Lynn, a United States Federal District Judge in the Northern District of Texas.
Rollins is a member of the Texas Lyceum, the Texas Bar Association, and the Texas A&M Former Students Association. She has been published in all major Texas newspapers and has spoken to thousands of Texans on the importance of free markets and limited government.
Rollins received the 2008 Thomas Roe Award, the top honor for free-market think tank leadership, at the State Policy Network’s annual meeting in Scottsdale, Arizona. Most recently, Rollins was recognized in Texas Monthly as one of the 25 most influential leaders in Texas.
Rollins and husband Mark, an executive in the energy business, live in Fort Worth and have four small children, Luke, Jake, Anna and Lily, a gigantic golden retriever who thinks she is a child, a gerbil, four hermit crabs, a fish and four goats. During their “spare” time, they love to follow the Aggies around Texas in their motor home, talk about the importance of liberty and our Founding Fathers vision to anyone who will listen, and work on their very old, leaky, wonderful, historic home.