I came to College Station from Orange Grove, Texas in 1986 to attend A&M University. I graduated and moved to Austin for several years, returning to the area in 2009. I am married and have two children as well as one spoiled dog Johnny (named for Johnny football). I own my own company designing and installing rainwater systems located here in College Station. In addition to serving on the board for Keep Brazos Beautiful, I am a founding member for the Wienerspiel board. I am very passionate about the environment, conserving rainwater and educating the community about these issues.
I am proud to be a member of Keep Brazos Beautiful. I have seen many changes come to our community in my 36 years here. The importance of how big an impact we make on our environment is a growing concern for me. KBB has so many avenues of support and teaching for our community and I am proud to be involved with it. It is important to help educate and assist our community in the involvement we each have to do our part for conservation and environment. I believe if you plant a seed, it will grow, be it a real tree or a seed within us.
I’m on the KBB board because I believe a greener and cleaner community adds to our quality of life here in the Brazos County. KBB promotes these goals through education and outreach.
Regional Manger of Solid Waste Management & Planning for the Brazos Valley Council of Governments
* Native Texan – Born in Brenham, Texas
* 1991 Graduate, Texas A&M University
* 1992 — Employed by Brazos Valley Council of Governments
* 1999 – Began position of Program Manager for the BVCOG Solid Waste Planning Department
* Active Class A Municipal Solid Waste License from the Texas Commission on
* 2004 – Keep Brazos Beautiful Board Member of the Year
* 2001-Present– Keep Brazos Beautiful Board Member
* 2005- Vice President of Keep Brazos Beautiful
* 2006 – President of Keep Brazos Beautiful
* 2001 – 2005 Chairperson of the Waste Minimization & Recycling Committee of KBB
* 2007 – Brazos Valley Council of Governments 15 Year Service Award
* 2009 Environmental Leader of the Year – NUCOR Steel
* Other professional memberships: Texas Association of Regional Councils’ Solid
Waste Planners Association, Solid Waste Association of North America, and the Texas Chapter
* Hobbies include: gardening, writing, and amateur acting
* Serve on committees at my Church and leadership in volunteer service clubs and activities
Bobby Mirza is an Aggie, class of ’78. He has a degree in Engineering.
Bobby started his electronic business in late 70’s, by the mid 80′s it was one of the most admired businesses in Bryan, TX.
Bobby has worked as a registered financial adviser at Wells Fargo Financials. He is also an Insurance and a Real Estate Broker. He is a licensed pilot and enjoys entertaining his family and friends to airport restaurants in Texas and neighboring states.
Bobby maintains a busy public service schedule, from volunteering at George Bush Presidential Library, supporting and volunteering at KAMU, a Public Television since late seventies, and MSC Opera and Performing Arts Society at Texas A&M.
Sara Mirza started her electronic business in late 70’s by mid 80′ s it was one of the most admired business in Bryan, TX. Sara has been a volunteer at George Bush Presidential Library and Museum before the grand opening ceremony took place on November 1997. Currently she is a volunteer and also a part time employee of the Bush Museum. She has served on the cemetery advisory committee of Aggie Field of Honor and College Station Memorial Cemetery. For many years she has been a loyal supporter of KAMU, a Public Television, and is currently their volunteer coordinator. She also gives her time to Opera and Performing Arts Society with MSC. She is an Aggie wife and Aggie Mom. Her mission is to work on the beautification of Bryan / College Station.
The reason for me becoming a member of Keep Brazos Beautiful, came after being honored at your 2017 Awards Luncheon Ceremony. I was then asked if I would consider becoming a Keep Brazos Beautiful board member, I accepted. One of the greatest things in life we can do is to give. This giving can be done through volunteering in our community, church or just helping through different organizations. I saw in Keep Brazos Beautiful, a bunch of beautiful professionals volunteering their efforts and taking time to serve in their community.
Want to become a board member? All you need to do is fill out the form below! Keep Brazos Beautiful currently has open seats on the board and will be accepting applications until filled.