Quentin Baker honored with Texas A&M University’s Outstanding Alumni Award

Each year, Texas A&M University’s (TAMU) College of Engineering proudly honors a handful of alumni with the Outstanding Alumni Award. This year, BakerRisk President Quentin Baker was honored with this prestigious and carefully selected award along with five others. Taking into account the great number of students that have graduated from the University (over 436,000 according to Texas A&M’s website), the award is definitely quite an honor.

Quentin is also a member of the TAMU Mechanical Engineering Academy of Distinguished Graduates, and serves as the chairman of the TAMU College of Engineering Industry Advisory Council for the Mechanical Engineering department.

Congratulations Mr. Baker!

Quentin Baker accepting TAMU’s Outstanding Alumni Award

Recipients of the 2018 TAMU Outstanding Alumni Award

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