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Update from BAA Board of Directors Meeting

The Baylor Alumni Association board of directors met on January 25 in Waco, and Alumni were invited to voice their opinions about the future of the organization. During the meeting, directors discussed current issues facing the association. Click here to view the correspondence shared with the directors as reference materials for parts of the discussion. At the meeting, the board of directors unanimously approved the following recommendation from the  Executive Committee concerning the next steps for the BAA:

The appointment of a committee by the president to prepare proposed amendments to the constitution and bylaws to reflect the continued support of Baylor University through the publication of the Baylor Line, existing endowment funds, any other endowment funds that may be created by the Baylor Alumni Association in the future and other such support as the committee may deem appropriate.

Thank you again for your continued support. Please click  here to review the statement issued after the meeting.

George Cowden III

2013-14 President

Board of Directors

Baylor Alumni Association

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