Celebrating its 35th anniversary, the Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation honors members of the community whose visions and careers have helped to place Texas at the forefront of the 21st century economy and seeks out the future entrepreneurs and leaders that will allow Texas to maintain this presence in the future. This year the Foundation will honor 35 students working towards their degrees at 25 Texas colleges and universities, awarding each a non-restricted $15,000 scholarship.
Jessica St. John, McCoy College MBA student, is among the 2017 scholarship recipients.
St. John holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in Liberal Arts in International Development, Peace, Reconciliation Studies and Asian Studies from Colorado State University. She is currently enrolled in the MBA program with a focus on international business.
Before pursuing her graduate degree, St. John founded a holistic body and home product company called Moonlight Botanica. She spends time coaching alternative health practitioners who need help setting up and growing their practices. Her goal is to build a larger enterprise, an agency and online platform that will connect clients with alternative health practitioners around the world.
The Texas Business Hall of Fame Foundation will present the scholarships during a luncheon ceremony on Wednesday, November 1, in Dallas, TX. Recipients will also be recognized that evening during the Foundation's Annual Induction Dinner.