Event Calendar

Tuesday, October 18, 2022

October Member Luncheon

Start Date: 10/18/2022 11:00 AM CDT
End Date: 10/18/2022 1:00 PM CDT

Venue Name: Prestonwood Country Club

15909 Preston Rd.
Dallas, TX  United States  75248

Organization Name: BOMA Greater Dallas

Bernadette Jaramillo-Peck
Email: info@bomadallas.org
Phone: (214) 744-9020

October Member Luncheon – 2022 Midterms: A Referendum or a Choice
Tuesday, October 18, 11:00 am-1:00 pm
Prestonwood Country Club, 15909 Preston Rd, Dallas, TX 75248
The November elections are right around the corner, and the stakes couldn’t be any higher, both here in Texas and nationally. BOMA Greater Dallas is thrilled to welcome Cal Jillson, a professor in Southern Methodist University’s Department of Political Science, to discuss the upcoming elections at the BGD Member Luncheon on Tuesday, October 18, at Prestonwood Country Club. Regardless of your party affiliation, you don’t want to miss Jillson’s informative and entertaining presentation, 2022 Midterms: A Referendum or a Choice.
Jillson has spoken to dozens of organizations, including real estate, and will share his insights with BOMA Greater Dallas.
Check-In/Networking/Lunch – 11:00-11:45 am
BOMA Announcements – 11:45 am-noon
Presentation/Q-and-A – noon-12:50 pm
Final Remarks/Conclusion – 12:50-1:00 pm
REGISTER NOW and invite a real estate guest to join you!

Earlybird registration ends at 5:00 pm Tuesday, October 11.
Registration ends at 5:00 pm Friday, October 14.
Note: In order to receive a full refund, you must cancel your registration by noon Wednesday, October 12.
A big thank you to our luncheon sponsor – BGD Official Cornerstone Partner Mooring Construction + Restoration.
About the Speaker
Cal Jillson received his Ph.D. in Government and Politics from the University of Maryland, College Park, in 1979.  Jillson taught at Louisiana State University (1980-87) and the University of Colorado (1987-95). He chaired the Department of Political Science at the University of Colorado, Boulder, from 1989 to 1993, before joining the faculty of Southern Methodist University in July 1995, where he served as Chair in the Department of Political Science and Director of the John G. Tower Center for Political Studies from 1995 to 2001.  He is the author of eight books and editor of six more. His recent books are American Government: Political Development and Institutional Change (11th ed., 2021), Texas Politics: Governing the Lone Star State (8th ed., 2022), Lone Star Tarnished: A Critical Look at Texas Politics and Public Policy (4th ed., 2021), and The American Dream in History, Politics, and Fiction (2016). He speaks frequently to civic, corporate, and professional groups, in addition to giving hundreds of media interviews each year.