February Meeting – Ryan Sitton plus Sheriff Candidate Forum
We’re pleased to welcome Ryan Sitton, Texas Railroad Commissioner to our February meeting. Commissioner Sitton will discuss the trends and issues affecting the oil and gas economy including his prospective on the future role that oil plays in the lives of people over the globe.
Ryan is the founder of one of the fastest growing private companies in the world, PinnacleART and was elected Texas Railroad Commission in 2015. He is a native Texan and graduate of Texas A&M University where he obtained a degree in Mechanical Engineering, and met his future wife, Jennifer.
Ryan is considered a leading expert in his field serving as an expert witness in both regulatory and civil court cases and consulting to a wide range of oil and gas companies from independent producers, to some of the world’s largest integrated operators.
Harris County Sheriff Candidate Forum
Bob Price, Political Contributor for Breitbart Texas will moderate our forum with his usual acumen. Learn the candidates’ vision for HCSO. Our sheriff department is the third largest in the USA, with responsibility for over 4 million residents. It employs over 4,000.
Harris County Commissioners Court appointed Ron Hickman as Sheriff. He joined HPD in 1971. He was elected Precinct 4 Constable in 2000 and he’s been named twice as National Constable of the Year by the National Constables and Marshals Association. The State’s Justices of the Peace and Constables Association also named him Texas Constable of the Year. He’s a graduate of University of Alabama, the Law Enforcement Management Institute of Texas and the FBI National Academy.
Carl Pittman is a native of Fulshear, TX. He’s an Honorably Discharged United States Marine Corps veteran. He was Founder and Managing Broker of The Pittman Company. Carl’s a twenty-four (24) year law enforcement officer with a Texas Master Peace Officer certification. He’s a former chair on the Harris County Republican Party Committee on Law Enforcement. In 2014, Carl’s book was published, The Personal Journey of a Black Common Sense Conservative.
Please join us for lunch or just come to attend this informative meeting. The Texas Primary Election is March 1st and early voting starts February 16.
~ Kathaleen Wall, Programs