Tom Slick, Jr.Life Time TrusteePresident, Slick Enterprises, Atlanta ,GAB.A., Yale University with Honors in Psychology and Pre-MedGeorgia State University, Graduate School of Business Administration/AccountingTom maintains an active role in his father’s prolific legacy as a lifetime trustee of the Mind Science Foundation, Southwest Research Institute, and Texas Biomedical Research Institute (the former Southwest Foundation for Biomedical Research). He is active in the Georgia Grape Growers Association, and is the President of the Georgia Winegrowers Association. His special interests are touring wine regions and fishing.
Paul Ingmundson, Ph.D.Vice-Chair & Chief Science OfficerClinical Director, Alamo Sleep Disorders CenterDirector, South Texas Veterans Health Care System Sleep ClinicClinical Professor of Neurology, University of Texas Health Science Center at San AntonioPh.D., Clinical Psychology, University of Texas at AustinPaul Ingmundson is a clinical psychologist who specializes in the diagnosis and management of sleep disorders. He first became interested in sleep, dreaming, and the science of consciousness while pursuing his graduate studies at the University of Texas at Austin. He stays busy in professional practice, research, and teaching. He is active in a number of professional societies and organizations, and is a Fellow of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Fellow of the Bexar County Psychological Association, and Treasurer of the San Antonio Society for Psychoanalytic Studies. He first joined the Board of Trustees of the Mind Science Foundation in 2003.
Robert R. "Bob" Cocke, Ph.D.Former Co-Chair, MSF Board of TrusteesB.A., M.A. and Ph.D., University of Texas at AustinPHS Post-doctoral Fellow, Center for Psychoneuroimmunology, University of Rochester Medical CenterProfessionally, Bob has an active interest in the relationship between the mind and disease resistance. Personally, he spends a lot of time enjoying, and working to preserve, the Texas Hill Country. He resides in Austin, Texas.
Sandy McNabFormer Co-Chair, MSF Board of TrusteesB.B.A. Finance, University of Miami, FloridaSandy served as past Chairman of Saint Luke's Episcopal School, past President and current Chairman of the Rock Art Foundation of Texas and served as Project Manager of its recently published CD-ROM showcasing irreplaceable petroglyphs from the Lower Pecos Region. He also serves on the local advisory board of the Nature Conservancy of Texas.
Elizabeth CostelloDirector, International Affairs DepartmentCity of San AntonioMs. Costello's international affairs career spans over 30 years in global education, protocol, trade and investment. During her four year tenure as MSF's Executive Director (1998-2002), Ms. Costello continued the enriching speaker programs and events developed throughout Catherine Cooke's 15 year leadership at MSF. In conjunction with MSF Board Member Robert Sohn, she instituted an enduring strategic plan that founded and funded the Tom Slick Research Awards in Consciousness, acknowledging emerging consciousness professionals since 2004.
Glenn M. Garcia, M.D.Assistant Professor, University of Texas Health Science Center at San Antonio (UTHSCSA)-Department of Radiology, Musculoskeletal SectionMedical School, UTHSCSARadiology Residency, University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston, TXPost Doctoral Fellowship-Musculoskeletal Radiology, University of California San DiegoFaculty/Attending at the UTHSCSA medical school in the departments of Radiology, Orthopaedic, Rehabilitation Medicine and Podiatry residents, and medical students. Primary research interests include traumatic joint derangements, bone and soft tissue tumors and musculoskeletal infections. Member of Medical School and Radiology Residency Admissions Committees, Radiological Society of North America, Roentgen Ray Society, Texas Radiological Society. Diplomate of The American Board of Radiology. Extracurricular interests are long-distance swimming, snowboarding, running, mountain biking and reading.
Richard King IVChairman, King AirwaysB.B.A., University of Texas at Austin, 1983
Michele KrierMichele Krier is a San Antonio-based public relations specialist with more than 20 years experience serving as the media relations specialist for Dublin & Associates public relations firm before joining Creative Civilization as director of public relations. She also held the public relations manager position at VIA Metropolitan Transit and, in that role, worked with the community, civic and city officials, government agencies and media on a range of issues from consumer topics to state legislation. Michele earned her Masters in Communications from the University of the Incarnate Word, where she was public relations director for four years. She wrote more than 100 articles for San Antonio Business magazine, and served for four years as business editor and four years as Public Relations Manager for the Greater San Antonio Chamber of Commerce. Presently, Michele serves on the boards of the San Antonio Library Foundation, Mind Science Foundation and Arts San Antonio.
Ruth B. RussellOwner, Dutch Cattle Co.B.A., Art (History & Studio), Minor in Spanish, Trinity UniversityRuth is an active supporter of Santa Rosa Children’s Hospital, Texas Wildlife Association, Respite Card, and Terra Genesis. A devoted mother, Ruth also finds time for jumping horses, art, and mind-oriented studies.
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