Meet Brent Stroman, the Executive Director of the 100 Club Heart of Texas. Serving almost 40 years in the Waco Police Department, the last eight as Chief, Brent’s commitment to his community extends beyond his professional career.
Brent received his Bachelor of Science in Police Administration from Sul Ross State University and Master of Public Administration from Texas State University. An accomplished law enforcement professional, his achievements include graduating from the FBI National Academy and the Senior Management Institute for Police in Boston/Harvard. He was also selected to participate in the International Exchange Program through the Bill Blackburn Institute at Sam Houston State University and represented Texas law enforcement on the FBI’s Policy/ Advisory Board. Brent also served as Regional Director of the Texas Police Chief’s Association.
Brent’s journey with the 100 Club Heart of Texas started as one of the Founding Directors in 2011. After his stint as an advisor, he joined the Board of Directors, which led him to his current position as Executive Director in April 2021. His passion for the organization’s mission of serving first responders and the board’s commitment to the cause fills him with pride.
Outside his professional career, he’s been involved in various community boards and groups like the Homeless Coalition, Salvation Army, Deacon in Church, Boy Scouts of America, Advocacy Center, Reintegration Roundtable, Optimist Club, and Waco Federal Credit Union. In his work with the Boy Scouts of America, Brent received the Silver Eagle Award. These contributions reflect his drive to improve the community he holds dear.
On a personal note, Brent is married with two children and a grandchild. His free time usually includes spending time with family, working on outdoor projects like landscaping and farm work, traveling, and cooking.
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