Spring Branch Education Foundation Style Show and Luncheon Planned for September 15

Co-Chairs Stephanie Pancioli and Kristin Thomas invite you to join them for the Spring Branch Education Foundation Style Show and Luncheon Una Giornata di Moda on Friday, September 15 at the Marriott Marquis Downtown. Last year’s sold-out event set records as a crowd of more than 670 joined together to raise more than $138,000 for the students and staff members of Spring Branch ISD.

Stephanie Pancioli looks forward to another successful event, “the SBEF Style Show and Luncheon kicks off the school year with an opportunity for the community to come together to support our teachers and kids. Friends celebrate the end of summer while shopping and getting a preview of great fall fashions modeled by SBISD staff and other familiar faces.”

In addition to vendors selling unique fashion and home items, members of the SBISD community will hit the runway with pieces from talented designers. Current models include Laura Anderson, Jay Beasley, Nadine Boutros, Gina Coulter, Tom DeBesse, Melissa Gibbens, Jocelyn Good, Annie Ickes, Dana Johnson, Jamie Kelley, Nick Luton, Stevi Maytubby, Heather Morse, Kelly Nolan, Tam Osentowski, Rich Pancioli, Lacey Dalcour Salas, Monica Sanchez, Gloria Seeberger, David Slattery, Selina Stanford, Pam Townsend, and Melissa Treadway.

Visit or call 713-251-2381 to learn more about the SBEF Style Show and Luncheon or to support the event. Tables and event sponsorships are available now and will be sold out quickly.

Since 1993, Spring Branch Education Foundation has worked alongside Spring Branch ISD to support both students and educators. SBEF partners with Spring Branch ISD and the community to fund programs that enhance education and prepare our students for the future. For the last eight years, SBEF has given more than $1 million to Spring Branch ISD annually. In 2023, SBEF also funded every SBISD teacher grant request, provided school supplies for each economically disadvantaged student at every SBISD Title I and non-Title I pre-kindergarten, elementary, and middle schools, and awarded $319,500 in scholarships to graduating SBISD seniors.









Photo: Anne Moran