Aggie Muster

2024 Northeast Tarrant Country Aggie Muster
April 21, 2024

The Ranch of Lonesome Dove
3880 Foxfire Ln, Grapevine, TX 76092

Doors will open at 6pm with program to start at 7pm
BBQ and Beverages Served
FREE childcare available (pizza provided)

Tickets are $45 for NETC Members and $50 for Non-Members

(please register by April 18, 2024)

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Donations of any amount are greatly appreciated to help continue funding our scholarships to local future Aggies!

To have a name added to the Muster Roll Call, please email muster@netcaggies.com

Muster Co-Chair: Tracy Miller
817-992-5031

Muster Co-Chair: Abby Evans
817-992-5032
muster@netcaggies.com


2024 Muster Guest Speaker:  Kathleen M. Gibson ‘81

Kathleen Gibson is a Senior Managing Director on the Partner Advisory team for CH Investment Partners. In her role, she focuses on firm-wide initiatives – expanding the firm’s reach by communicating its story, expertise, and unique investment capabilities through the cultivation of new relationships.
Prior to joining CH Investment Partners, Kathleen served 11 years as President and CEO of Southwestern Medical Foundation. She was the first woman to lead the Foundation, growing both assets and endowment over $1 billion during her tenure. Prior to Southwestern Medical Foundation, Kathleen worked in financial services at Citibank as President of Texas and Central US Commercial, and Bank of America in various roles including Head of Asset Management Risk, President of Southwest US Private Banking, Head of Southwest Corporate Banking, and President of Bank of America Dallas.
Gibson has been active in the community and throughout Texas serving on the boards of Southwestern Medical Foundation, Texas A&M Foundation, The Association of Former Students, Dallas Committee on Foreign Relations, Texas Higher Education Foundation, Philanthropy Southwest, Visiting Nurses Association of Texas, and LaunchBio among others.
She is a past Chair of Texas A&M Foundation and The Association of Former Students and has been recognized by Texas A&M as a Distinguished Alumnus. Kathleen currently serves Texas A&M on the Advisory Boards of The Bush School of Government and Public Service and The School of Performance, Visualization, and Fine Arts. She has been honored by Texas A&M with the Tyrus R. Timm Honor Registry, the Women’s Legacy Awards, as a Fishcamp Namesake, and as Distinguished Alumnus of Texas A&M AgriLife.
Kathleen has received recognition by Junior League of Dallas as their 2024 Sustainer of the Year, by the Dallas Business Journal as a Top 25 Industry Leader in ‘Women in Business,’ and the Profiles in Diversity Journal in the 10th Annual ‘Women Worth Watching’ edition.
Kathleen earned a Bachelor of Science degree from Texas A&M University and attended school at SMU in Oxford and SMU in Russia. Kathleen and her husband, Robert, have two daughters, Catherine, and Sarah ‘15.


Muster is one of the most time-honored traditions at Texas A&M and is held on April 21 every year.  Informal gatherings began as early as 1883, but the event was officially recognized in 1922. What Texas A&M students feel is not just the camaraderie of fellow Aggies, it is the Spirit of hundreds of thousands of Aggies who have gone before us, and who will come after us. Muster is how that Spirit is remembered and celebrated, and it will always continue to unite Texas A&M and the Aggie family.  Today, Muster is celebrated at more than 300 locations worldwide. To learn more about Muster, click here to go to A&M’s website.

1946 Muster

(A 1946 Muster of Aggies in the Philippines at the end of World War II)