TAMU Mays MPACT Speaker Series featuring Jim Whiddon

The Center for Executive Development (CED) at the Mays Business School presents the sixth session of the MPACT Speaker Series. Through this series, our purpose is to provide leaders, entrepreneurs, and members of the Brazos Valley with inspiration and ideas to transform their professional lives.


CEO, entrepreneur, and business author J.N. “Jim” Whiddon, who focused much of his executive career in the financial services industry, has owned and operated thriving companies for more than 30 years. He was the host of his own investment radio talk show for five years, including a stint with CNN Headline News in Dallas. Whiddon has been frequently interviewed and quoted by national media outlets including Fortune, The Wall Street Journal, and CNBC.

The Old School Advantage is Whiddon’s fourth book, one that he intently prepared for by reading more than four hundred other titles for the purpose of research. His previously published works include: There for the Taking, Wealth Without Worry, and The Investing Revolutionaries. Whiddon earned his bachelor’s degree from Texas A&M University and a master of science from The American College in Philadelphia.

Jim Whiddon will provide insight and inspiration as he presents “The 12 Old School Keys to Success” as taken from the timeless wisdom of generations past.

Through MPACT, CED designs events and opportunities that positively “MPACT” communities by helping people and organizations build momentum, improve performance, renew attitudes, value collaboration and develop transformational leaders.

Doors open at 6:30 and keynote will begin at 7:00 pm with networking opportunities to follow.

Please RSVP by visiting tx.ag/MPACTRSVP.


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