A Brenham native has been selected to serve as a director for the Texas Lyceum.
Brad Tegeler is among the 16 Class of 2022 selections for the 96-member Texas Lyceum board, which includes members from around Texas to focus on state and national issues. The Texas Lyceum, which was founded by Brenham native Tieman H. “Skipper” Dippel Jr. in 1980, seeks to identify and develop the next generation of top leadership in the state.
The Texas Lyceum welcomed the 2022 Class of Directors, along with new president Sarah Jackson, during its annual investiture ceremony Friday.
Tegeler serves as the general counsel for the Tegeler Family Auto Dealerships, where he oversees and manages all legal matters related to three franchised automotive dealerships across the state. He previously spent 13 years working for members of the Texas Senate and Texas House of Representatives in various leadership roles.
In 2020, Tegeler was appointed as a member of the Texas State Library and Archives Commission. He is also a member of the South Texas College of Law Alumni Board and the Texas Masonic Lodge, and serves as a volunteer for the Ronald McDonald House in Austin.
Tegeler received a bachelor of arts in political science from St. Edwards University, a Juris Doctor degree from South Texas College of Law, and a Masters of Laws in international commerce business from University of East Anglia – Norwich, United Kingdom.