Marc S. Morales, Assistant Director of Admissions for the Greehey School of Business at St. Mary’s University, was so
gracious to include FEAST Home Schoolers in this amazing event! Jeanette Watje, FEAST Community Outreach Coordi-
nator, and the students in the photo: Samuel Dech, Daniel Gonzalez, and Justin Mosier were blessed to attend the Entre-
The guest speaker was James R. Garvin, Ph.D, CEO, President and Director of CytoBioScience Incorporated. His presentation about CytoBioScience’s technology, ion channel research, the biotech industry and investing in biotech for the future was very informative. He is the oldest of 14 children and grew up cotton picking in multiple states. His transparency about his childhood and the importance of working hard and striving to improve the world and not just
get rich, was impacting.
Samuel Dech reports, “San Antonio is the world leader in biotechnology, workers in the biotech industry are making life-changing differences to people around the world.”
It was such a blessing to see hundreds of young entrepreneurs and businessmen and women at the beautiful Pearl Stables. Each seat ($100) is generously sponsored by local businesses in San Antonio to reach high school seniors interested in the field of business. The purpose of the Forum on Entrepreneurship Breakfast Series is to offer a forum for students to hear from some of the most talented individuals in various industry and government. The Meadows Center for Entrepreneurial Studies promotes and encourages entrepreneurial thought, business and activities locally, regionally and nationally.
Only a few schools are invited to this quarterly event.
If FEAST is invited to the next breakfast on April 5 and you would like to attend, please contact Events@homeschoolfeast.com. If you are selected, you will receive an email confirmation with the details.