Servant Leadership Organization Business Navigators Donates $25,000 to Texas Woman's University

Donation doubles existing endowed scholarship to $50,000 for business school

DALLAS - Txylo -- Business Navigators, a servant leadership organization in Dallas, TX, has donated $25,000 to Texas Woman's University College of Business.  This donation doubles an existing $25,000 endowed scholarship for a first-generation undergraduate student pursuing a business degree at TWU. The now $50,000 endowment disburses $2,000 annually to one scholarship recipient.

"We are so excited to enhance our partnership with TWU College of Business. Their leadership, led by Dean Rama Yelkur, sets a high bar and we are honored to support this fine university and their students", says Tracy Voltin, Business Navigators president.

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Texas Woman's University (TWU) is the nation's largest university system focused on women. TWU offers degree programs in the liberal arts and sciences, nursing, health sciences, business and education. Their campuses are located in Denton, Dallas and Houston, plus an e-learning campus. TWU's student population has nearly doubled in twenty years with 16,338 total students, 89% of which are women.

Business Navigators is a non-profit servant leadership organization of business leaders who give back in various ways to the North Texas entrepreneur community.  In keeping with this principle of Servant Leadership as popularized by Robert Greenleaf, Business Navigators partners with like-minded organizations to continue building its membership base and local community impact. Learn more at

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