The Texas 100 is a list of impactful Texans who will likely play crucial roles in the economy during the coming year.
It’s not an exhaustive list — many powerful billionaires, business mavens and regulators didn’t make the cut. In fact, there are likely several names that will be new to you. We actually hope that’s the case so you can make new connections.
The professionals spotlighted in the following features are sure to be people to watch in 2022. They run the gamut, from tech entrepreneurs to real estate gurus to space racers. Have a full look here.
The Texas 100 is an effort by the business journals in Austin, Dallas, Houston and San Antonio. It is an assessment based on our newsrooms’ reporting and expertise covering the region’s high-powered business community. We strive to help you understand who’s driving decisions, both in the headlines and behind the scenes.
After Heather Anderson and Patrick Halinksi co-founded Stogo in 2017, the company developed workforce management software that gathers employee data and enables hospitals to fill unstaffed shifts with just one click. The timing was perfect, as Stogo has been used in hospitals and health care facilities across the country to fill increased staffing needs during the Covid-19 pandemic. Moreover, a publicly traded Dallas-area operator of more than 70 senior living communities recently adopted Stogo’s software, helping expand the local company’s national profile. Prior to Stogo, Anderson served in various director and vice president roles at Baptist Health System in San Antonio.