2021 TxGC Chapter & Foundation Officers Announced

Congratulations to our Texas Gulf Coast Chapter and Foundation Officers for 2021.

The TxGC Chapter is the official Naval Academy chapter for the greater Houston area. The Chapter serves in support of the Naval Academy and its mission through engagement and activities which perpetuate the history, traditions, memories, and growth of the Naval Academy, and bind our family together in support of the highest ideals of command, citizenship, and government.  The TxGC Chapter Officers and Board carry out this mission.

  • President: Bill Pritchett ‘01
  • Vice President: Jordan Mack ‘08
  • Rich Bulger ‘69
  • ohn Augusto’02
  • Ed Klein ‘72
  • Chris Black ‘07
  • Jim Davis ‘71
  • Bart Jealous ‘65
  • Mike Yeager ‘76
  • Bill Prom ‘09
  • Nelson Jones ‘72
  • Stephanie Drake ‘05
  • Ian Knowles ‘02

The TxGC Foundation, is a 501(c)3 organization, established in 2013, separate from the Chapter, with the specific purpose of perpetuating philanthropic efforts that are closely aligned with he ideals of the Naval Academy Alumni Association Foundation, Veterans, and the local Houston community.  The TxGC Foundation Officers and Board carry out this mission.

  • Vice President: Bart Jealous ‘65
  • Secretary: Bret Leach ‘08
  • Treasurer: Drew Sims ‘09
  • Matt Guyton ‘07
  • Shaun Collins ‘12
  • Haley Carter ‘06
  • Bill Pritchett ‘01
  • Jeff White
  • Rob Eissler

The term for all of the new Officers and Board members will begin January 1, 2021.

TxGC Awarded 2020 Distinguished Chapter

Congratulations and thank you to our Texas Gulf Coast Chapter members.  Once again, for the third year in a row, our Chapter has been recognized as a Distinguished Chapter.  The award is presented to chapters evaluated on the engagement, activity and planning of their leadership teams; frequency and variety of communications with constituents; development and execution of events promoting the Naval Academy mission and message; collaboration with other Naval Academy-related organizations and affiliated groups; and membership growth.  The TxGC has received the award three of the four years the award has been in existence.