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SPC in SA Woman…

Scholarship fundraising for and community partnership with St. Philip's College is one highlight in a recent feature article on leadership published in the July 2017 edition of city's oldest continually published magazine.
Bonnie Prosser Elder, VP of the legal department at VIA Metropolitan Transit

SPC in SA Woman Magazine feature on Leadership

Scholarship fundraising for and community partnership with St. Philip's College is one highlight in a recent feature article on leadership published in the July 2017 edition of city's oldest continually published magazine. The publication is San Antonio Woman magazine. The college partnership and scholarship fundraising mention is part of the magazine's July 2017 article GAME CHANGERS - 3 Go-To Women Who Get the Job Done | Go-To Leaders - They Get the Job Done.

According to the article "In San Antonio, they are known as the leaders who get the job done. If you have a professional or community need, just go to one of these women, and they will either help or point you in the right direction. They are forging community partnerships, connecting people who need to be connected and helping individuals and organizations to find new opportunities. These women are game changers in our community in many ways."

The subjects profiled in the article are Bonnie Prosser Elder (general counsel and VP of the legal department at VIA Metropolitan Transit), Mary DeLay (chief of staff at UT Health Science Center) and Cynthia Teniente Matson (Texas A&M University-San Antonio president). The interview subject who mentions St. Philip's College fundraising for the San Antonio Chapter of The Links scholarships endowment is Elder.

According to the article “Most of my volunteer work is in support of children,” said Elder. “For instance, the Links members work with the East Side branch of the Boys & Girls Club to expose children to the arts, introduce them to civic engagement, teach them about bullying and lots of other issues. There’s a program every week. We also raise money for scholarships to St. Philip’s College. This year, I am the chair of the fundraising gala, and I also chair the ethics committee, and we all spend time with the children at the club.”

Find the article by San Antonio Woman associate editor Jasmina Wellinghoff at http://sawoman.com/2017/07/go-leaders-get-job-done/. Visit the college web page alamo.edu/spc to search for details on scholarships at the college.

CAPTION: Bonnie Prosser Elder, photograph, July 5, 2017; (http://sawoman.com/2017/07/go-leaders-get-job-done/: accessed August 8, 2017), Go-To Leaders, San Antonio Woman, sawoman.com.

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