BU reform group to meet with Baylor regents for first time
December 2, 2016
Representatives of the Bears for Leadership Reform, which is calling for greater transparency on the part of the Baylor Board of Regents, will meet formally with some regents on Monday in Dallas, multiple sources say.
The meeting will be the first between representatives of the group and regents, the sources said.
The group’s directors include Houston attorney John Eddie Williams, former Texas Gov. Mark White; Regent Emeritus Gale Galloway; former Regent Emily Tinsley; Houston lawyer James H. “Rell” Tipton; former Texas state Sen. Don Adams, and Temple businessman; Regent Emeritus Drayton McLane, for whom Baylor’s $266 million riverside stadium is named, and former Regent Randy Ferguson.
White, McLane, Williams and Ferguson will represent the group at the meeting Monday, sources said.
The sources did not know who would represent the Board of Regents.