CB&A, Realtors Endowed Scholarship for Entrepreneurial Studies

Chance Brown grew up in Galveston. Texas and graduated from Friendswood High School in 1995. As a child of a successful entrepreneur, Chance started his first business at age 10. He came to Sam Houston Stale in 1995 to get a degree in Criminal Justice, but soon found a calling/or sales and marketing. During his time at Sam Houston State, Chance served as VP of Finance for Program Council, Treasurer of Student Government Association, and held several officer and leadership positions in the Theta Chi Fraternity and the Inter-fraternity Council. After getting his degree in marketing from Sam Houston State, he found his home in the real estate industry. After working for a well-known national home builder for seven years, Chance founded Chance Brown Real Estate. Part of owning his own business was making a commitment to his community to give back 10% of all corporate money goes back to the community in the form of donations. service, and scholarships. Since the education, both formal and informal, that Chance received at Sam Houston State played such a pivotal role in his development, he and Katherine want to make sure that students interested in starting their own business have an opportunity to experience a world-class education. The CB&A Realtors Scholarship for Entrepreneurial Studies was established to assist students majoring in Entrepreneurship in their college career. This scholarship was established to assist with education expenses

Business Administration and Entrepreneurship