Annual Jack Brooks Conference in Government and Political Science

The Jack Brooks Conference on Government and Public Service provides a forum that brings together a broad spectrum of community and political leaders from across Southeast Texas.  The Conference serves as an opportunity for leaders and members of the attentive public in our region to come together to share knowledge and experiences that will enrich our community.

The goal of the Brooks Conference is to promote the sharing of information, ideas and discussion of important issues facing our region.  It offers a unique opportunity for civic and political leaders from across the region to come together to discuss policy initiatives, goals, and strategies for enhancing Southeast Texas.

Jack Brooks Conference

Pictured here L-R with Congressman Jack Brooks (2nd from left) at the 2010 Brooks Conference: Dr. Terri Davis, Department Chair; former Jefferson County Sheriff, Mitch Woods; Jack Brooks Endowed Chair, Dr. James Vanderleeuw