May Coffee Speaker: Dr. Lillian Gibson

Dr. Lillian Gibson
Dr. Lillian Gibson is a licensed clinical psychologist often referred to as a “mood make-over” expert. For the past decade she has guided clients away from feeling overwhelmed, hurt, confused, frustrated, and sad into a life of peace and happiness. She enjoys helping her patients solve their problems through individual, group, or couples […]

By |May 12th, 2018|Uncategorized|0 Comments

First Coffee of 2018!

It was a cold morning for our first coffee of 2018, but that did not stop the awesome Denton Young Professionals!
We had a great turn out to hear more about our Not-For-Profit of the Year: Cumberland Presbyterian Children’s Home.

Starting off with an amazing breakfast, provided by The Chestnut Tree, we indulged on fruit, eggs, bacon, […]

By |January 18th, 2018|Weekly Coffee|0 Comments

November DYP Morning Coffee Recap

The sun was barely up, the air was crisp, and the sign on the The Chestnut Tree said they were closed. But inside, the eggs were fluffy, the coffee was hot and there was a low roar of chatter among young Dentonites, it was DYP’s November morning coffee!

This month, thanks to our generous sponsor, The […]

By |November 16th, 2017|Weekly Coffee|0 Comments

November Coffee Sponsor: Denton Kiwanis Club

The Kiwanis Club of Denton, Texas was chartered December 6, 1921. It was for Christmas that same year that the charter members of the club organized an event at the Denton County Courthouse on the Square, which provided Christmas gifts for more than 400 needy children.

From that hopeful beginning, the scope of the Denton Kiwanis […]

By |November 14th, 2017|Weekly Coffee|0 Comments

October Coffee Sponsor: Laura Mauelshagen

Laura Mauelshagen has been an active Realtor with Berkshire Hathaway Home Services Worldwide 2 of the last 7 years of her career.

Laura is an active member of the community; Member of Denton Young Professional, Former Commissioner on the Historical Landmark Commission in the City of Denton and currently a Commissioner on the Human Services Advisory […]

By |October 25th, 2017|Members & Awesome Stuff, Weekly Coffee|0 Comments

September Coffee with Hugh Coleman

Our speaker for the September Coffee was the Honorable Hugh Coleman. He is Denton County Commissioner for Precinct 1.

He talked to us about his role as Commissioner for Precinct 1. He oversees county road construction and maintenance for all of Precinct 1 and Precinct 2. (Precinct 2 only has a small portion of county roads).

He […]

By |September 22nd, 2017|Weekly Coffee|0 Comments

July Coffee Sponsor: Aaron Newquist-First State Bank

 Aaron Newquist, from First State Bank, is going to be our sponsor at the July Coffee. Here is a little bit about Aaron:

   Education:
o   UNT grad
o   Texas Tech 40th school of banking grad
o   Currently enrolled in Southwest Graduate School of Banking at SMU, Class 59

 He is in his 17th year of financing everything from consumer loans to real estate loans and […]

Make time to care for yourself!

Self Care and Being a professional
As a YoPro it is very easy to fill up your schedule with meetings, volunteering, and various events. This summer I challenge you to make time for rest, relaxation and rejuvenation.

This could include a staycation, vacation, or just sleeping in on the weekend.
Don’t be afraid to say no to the tenth social […]

By |July 12th, 2017|Uncategorized|0 Comments

Monthly Coffee with State Representative Lynn Stucky

State Representative Lynn Stucky represents House District 64, which includes the cities of Denton, Krum, Corinth, Shady Shores, Hickory Creek and Lake Dallas.
A native of rural Kansas, Dr. Lynn Stucky was raised on a farm with his five siblings. He is a graduate of Kansas State University in Manhattan, Kansas, where he earned a Bachelor […]

By |June 14th, 2017|Weekly Coffee|0 Comments

The Monthly Mixer Wrap Up: June 2017

NCTC & Mulberry Street Cantina
On June 1, the North Central Texas College Alumni & Friends Association was excited to partner with the Denton Young Professionals for the second time. The two groups gathered at and guests enjoyed networking and mingling. This assembly also gave those unfamiliar with NCTC’s educational and economic impact on Denton County […]