February 22, 2021

William “Bill” Jentsch Jr. ’80 believes in the power of uniting individuals with differing perspectives to achieve common goals. Deeply saddened by the unrest of today’s political climate and concerned about misleading information on social media, the Tomball, Texas, resident is committed to educating future policymakers and public servants who embrace a collaborative, nonpartisan approach in addressing the world’s most pressing issues.

“The 12th Man is more than an athletic identity; it's the core DNA of what Texas A&M is,” he said. “Those traits, embodied in current and former students, are what sets this university above all others. I hope my scholarships help future recipients serve our university, state and nation with character and respect for our core values as well.”

Interested in planning a gift to support the next generation of public servants? Please contact Angela Throne '03 below.