Founders Dinner | Gaby Rowe, CEO of Station Houston [MEMBERS ONLY]

Register Register here!   “It’s not what’s on the table that matters—it’s who’s in the chairs.“—Unknown While being an entrepreneur can sometimes be a lonely journey, being at Station means that you have access to a community to help you grow, hold you accountable, and reach your goals faster. Join us at Startup Founders Dinner, where we bring the community together to connect, collaborate and grow over dinner once a month. Be prepared to share: Your business idea in one sentenceThe most important thing you’ve accomplished over the past monthSomething you want to accomplish in the month going forwardHow everyone else in the room can helpWho Should Attend: Any and all Station Houston membersWhat You’ll Learn: Current projects, goals & ambitions of fellow Station membersIdentify subject matter experts within Station communityHow to leverage the Station community to collaborate & accelerateMore About Gaby RowePrior to Station Houston, Gaby was the Director of Project Management and Corporate Development at Nord Anglia Education. Just prior, she was the Head of School at the Village School in Houston, a position she was actively recruited for and, after one year, grew student enrollment by 20 percent. There, she spearheaded major school expansions and innovation curriculum updates, such as required coding classes for middle-school students, an entrepreneurship diploma with the Wharton School of the University of Pennsylvania, and a partnership with MIT to enhance Village’s STEAM program. Before Village, Gaby was an education executive, investment banker, and management consultant in New York City for more than 25 years. Beyond education, Gaby is a champion of the growth and success of Houston. Currently, she is the chair of the Learning Committee for Houston Exponential, a member of both the Greater Houston Partnership’s Economic Development and Trade Committee and the Executive Women’s Committee, while also serving as a board member of TXRX Labs and First Tee of Greater Houston. She has served as a mentor at Station Houston for the last 18 months and in 2017, she was named to the Houston Business Journal’s “Women Who Mean Business” list. URL:


Mar 04 2019


5:30 pm - 7:30 pm
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