Welcome from the President of Lone Star (TX) Chapter:
It is with much pride and joy that I welcome you to the website of the Lone Star (TX) Chapter of The Links, Incorporated. The Lone Star (TX) Chapter was chartered on April 26, 2014. We proudly represent the 278th chapter of The Links, Incorporated and the 20th Texas chapter in the Western Area.
We hope that you find this website informative of what this great service organization has done and will continue to do in the Williamson & Bell counties.
We are a phenomenal organization that is “Moving FULL STEAM Ahead”. We have successfully implemented our signature program The George Washington Carver STEAM Academy at Southwestern University in Georgetown Texas. The students of the academy are high school students enrolled in the US Department of Education Upward Bound Program representative of high school students from low-income families; as well as high school students from families in which neither parent holds a bachelor's degree in the area. The Lone Star (TX) Chapter has a vision that there is hope in our children when given the opportunity and that we may empower the children and the community with the tools, opportunities, and knowledge in the areas of Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Math (STEAM) so that they can make a difference.
In addition to The George Washington Carver STEAM Academy we continue to empower our community through additional service and partnerships with other non-profit organizations. We are committed to service in everything we do and committed to excellence in leading a service-centric culture in Williamson & Bell counties.
The women of Lone Star (TX) Chapter are comprised of women from diverse backgrounds who bring a myriad of skills, experience and talents to the organization. I am honored and privileged to be chosen to lead these exceptionally talented women. We are women who encourage, nurture, and uplift one another and our sisterhood continues to bind us closer as we strive to serve our community and drive transformational change in our community!
With Warmest Regards,
Pamela Cotton, President