Houston Baptist Alumnus Named Executive Director of Texas Radio Hall of Fame
Douglas B. Harris (Delta Sigma–Houston Baptist ’73) was named the Executive Director for the Texas Radio Hall of Fame by retiring Operations Manager Josh Holstead. The announcement was made on November 7th during the Hall of Fame’s virtual awards ceremony. Doug is Chief Creative Officer of Creative Animal International and President of Noisemaker Communications and was inducted into the Hall of Fame in 2012.
“We’ve been watching Doug Harris work for some time,” Holstead said. “Doug’s service to arts and professional organizations like The Houston Film Critics Society and Artists for Artists has helped these groups and others reach new levels, and that’s what we want our future to look like. In advance of our 20th anniversary, we’re ready to kick up some dust and he will be our ‘Dust Kicker-In-Chief.’”
Doug has served the Order as Chief Alumnus since 2015, and previously as the Walsh Province Commander since 2005. Doug is a member of the Mikell and Walsh Province Courts of Honor and a recipient of the Knight Commander’s Accolade. He is also a member of the Loyal Order and a 4-year member of the Crimson & Gold Society.