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August Breakfast Meeting

Tuesday, August 7, 2018, 6:45 AM until 8:30 AM
The Junior League of Houston
1811 Briar Oaks Lane
Houston, TX  77027
Breakfast Meetings
Registration is required
Payment In Advance Only


Ten-time Emmy Award winner Ernie Manouse is a native of Binghamton, NY, and a graduate of Loyola University Chicago. Manouse started his broadcasting career split between television (with NBC News) and radio (producing for iconic Chicago radio station WLS-AM). In 1996, Ernie joined HoustonPBS (now Houston Public Media), as an anchor and producer.

His wit, natural curiosity, and ability to help people tell their stories have been hallmarks of Ernie’s many television projects, such as
InnerVIEWS with Ernie Manouse, an Emmy-nominated and nationally-broadcast interview series, which ran for 15 seasons; his weekly program Arts InSight, which explored issues of importance to Houston arts lovers; and his nationally-syndicated and widely successful Downton Abbey-inspired talk show Manor of Speaking.

Additionally, Ernie has moderated numerous televised debates for Council, Mayoral, and U.S. Senate candidates. Outside of television, Ernie dedicates tremendous time and expertise in support of the arts, education, and equality. He has served on numerous boards, including terms as vice president for Stages Repertory Theatre, Dominic Walsh Dance Theater, USO of Greater Houston, PRIDE Houston, and Q Fest.

For the last seven years, Manouse has been touring with Al Pacino in PACINO: One Night Only, a live show where Manouse interviews the acting icon to help raise money and awareness for various arts organizations across the country.

Ernie and his cats Champ & Scout make their home in Houston’s historic Fourth Ward.