Kathryn Mays Johnson
Mrs. Johnson currently serves on the Advisory Board of the SMU School of Journalism, the Board of Trustees of the United Way and the Board of Governors of CTRC. She has served and supported a number of organizations in San Antonio which include Chairman of the Board and President of the Charity Ball Association; Advisory Board of Texans CAN; President of the Cancer Center Council (CTRC); President of the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation; President of Young Art Patrons (SAMA); the Advisory Board of the Animal Defense League; the Blue Ribbon Committee of the Girl Scouts;the Advisory Board of the Cancer Center Council; Family Service Association; Task Force to Strengthen the United Way; Big Brothers Big Sisters and the San Antonio Public Library. Kathryn's extensive board service also includes many years on the boards of YWCA and the American Cancer Society. In 1994, Kathryn was named Volunteer of the Year by the Cystic Fibrosis Foundation, in 2013 was the "Mother of the Year" honoree of Avance, and in 2014 was given the Lifetime Achievement Award from San Antonio Can. In 2015 she was named "Angel of the Shelter" by the Children's Shelter.
Mr. Mays, Founder and Chairman Emeritus of Clear Channel Communications, served on the Board of Regents of Texas A&M University, where the Mays School of Business bears his name. He currently serves on the Mays Business School Dean's Advisory Board. He has committed himself to a number of civic endeavors and has received a number of awards which include Past Chairman of the Board of Regents, Texas A&M University; Past Chairman, United Way of San Antonio; Associate Board, Harvard Business School; Chairman, Joint Board of the National Association of Broadcasters, 1996; Distinguished Alumni, Texas A&M University; Member, Broadcasting & Cable Hall of Fame; International Citizen of the Year Award, San Antonio World Affairs Council, 1997; National Radio Award, National Association of Broadcasters, 1998; Member, Texas Business Hall of Fame, Inducted 1999; C.W. Conn Distinguished New Venture Leader Award, Texas A&M University, 2000. In 2004, he was inducted into the Radio Hall of Fame and received the Lifetime Achievement Award, National Association of Broadcasters. In 2005, he received Radio Ink's Lifetime Leadership Award. In 2009, he received the Ward Quaal Pioneer Award, Broadcasters Foundation of America. In 2010, he received the Sterling Evans Medal Award, Texas A&M University. In 2017, he received the inaugural Peggy and Lowry Mays Impact Award from the Mays Business School.
Mr. Mays currently serves as Co-Managing Partner of Mays Family Enterprises and CEO of Running M Capital. Prior to this, Randall spent over 15 years at Clear Channel Communications (now iHeartMedia) holding various leadership roles including Vice Chairman, President and CFO. Randall led the creation of Clear Channel Entertainment and oversaw its spinout into the publicly traded company now known as Live Nation Entertainment (NYSE:LVY). He serves on the boards of Live Nation Entertainment, Digital Defense, Spinal Stabilization Technologies, BuildGroup Technology Fund, Saint Mary’s Hall and San Antonio Academy. Randall is also the Co-Founder of the NeuroElasticity Project, while learning and exploring opportunities within Consciousness. In his spare time, Randall is a devoted father to his four children who are most often by his side as he explores his passion for travel, mentoring, fly fishing, pickleball, cooking and hiking.
Mr. Mays is Principal of Rocking M Capital and Mays Family Enterprises. He worked at Clear Channel Communications from 1989-2013 where he had various positions including Chairman/CEO. During that time frame, Clear Channel grew into a Multi Media Company in Radio, Outdoor, Television and Live Events. At one point Clear Channel owned over 1,200 Radio Stations, over 600,000 outdoor advertising displays, and various Television Stations and Live Event venues which operated in 65 countries and generated over $8 Billion in Revenue. In addition to participating in various volunteer activities, Mark also serves on the Vanderbilt University Board of Trust, the Board of the Alamo Area Council of Boy Scouts of America, the Texas Biomedical Research Foundation and the Southwest Research Institute Board. Mark has been recognized for his community involvement including receiving the 2005 Spirit of Life Honoree from City of Hope. Mark graduated from Vanderbilt with a B.A., cum laude, in Economics and Mathematics in 1985. He also received an M.B.A. in Finance and Accounting from Columbia University in 1989. Born in San Antonio, Texas, Mark and his wife Patti have six children.
Linda Mays McCaul
Member at Large
Mrs. McCaul has a Master's Degree in oceanography and geology. She attended the University of Miami (B.S.) and Texas A&M University (M.S.). She worked for the Office of Naval Intelligence and tracked Soviet submarines all over the world. She also worked for the Central Intelligence Agency on biological warfare issues. She helped the Army obtain environmental permits to destroy the chemical weapons stockpiled in the U.S. Linda is the daughter of Peggy and Lowry Mays. She is married to Congressman Michael McCaul, who is serving his 6th term in the U.S. Congress and is Chairman of the Homeland Security Committee. They have five children and reside in Austin, Texas. Linda is on the Board of Visitors at M.D. Anderson Cancer Center, where she chairs the Advisory Committee for the Children's Cancer Hospital. Linda also serves on the Austin Greater Crime Commission Board and the Texas Department of Public Safety Foundation Board. Linda and her 4 daughters are active members of the National Charity League. She is also a member of the U.S. Congressional Club.