Past Meetings

Sisters in Crime – Heart of Texas Chapter strives to bring interesting and educational presentations to our members. Our meetings are free and open to the public unless otherwise noted. Below is a list of past meetings. If you would like to attend a current meeting check out our Upcoming Meetings page.



Discover the interesting programs already held in 2019 – Take me there!

Curious what Sisters in Crime – Heart of Texas Chapter was up to in the past? Check it out!


 

 

March 8, 2020

ART OF WRITING A THRILLER – WALT GRAGG

Walt GraggWalt Gragg, author of The Red Line–which was named the 14th Annual American Book Fest Best Book Award Winner–and was a 2018 International Thriller Writer’s Best First Novel Finalist, will speak to us about the Art of Writing the Thriller. He will also sign books at the end of our meeting.

 

February 9, 2020

When a body talks – DR. DANNY WESCOTT

Dr. Danny Wescott, Director of Texas State University’s Forensic Anthropology Center. He will discuss his research on using forensic anthropological methods to reconstruct biological profiles, trauma patterns and other types of evidence that can be learned from studying a crime victim’s remains. Bring your notebooks and questions!!

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January 12, 2020

Funeral home’s role in police investigations -TIFFANY AGUILAR

Tiffany Cooper-Aguilar, licensed Funeral Director and Embalmer spoke to our group about how a victim’s remains are handled during a homicide investigation including legal issues regarding custody of the body, and more!

Tiffany Cooper-Aguilar has worked in the funeral profession since 2008.  She is a proud member of the Texas Funeral Directors Association and remains an advocate for the funeral profession.