JBS signs on new Advisory Council Members
JBS welcomes Brooks Landgraf and Shelby Levins as its newest Advisory Council members.
Brooks is the Chief Counsel and Director of Government Affairs, Medical Center Health System, Odessa, Texas. Prior to that, he served with Shafer, Davis, O’Leary & Stoker Law firm as Associate Attorney and Legislative Affairs Liaison. Brooks is very involved with community, serving as the Director of the Midland-Odessa Transportation Alliance, BSA – Comanche Trails District, Director of the Communities in Schools of the Permian Basin, and a member of the Youth & Government State Advisory Board. Mr. Landgraf earned a Juris Doctor degree from St. Mary’s University school of Law and BS in Political Science (cum laude) from Texas A&M University at College Station.
Shelby is the Evening Anchor at KMID-TV (Channel 2) in Midland. Growing up a proud “military brat,” Shelby lived all over the world, and graduated from high school in Germany. But one constant throughout the moves – coming home to West Texas.She has always had a passion for people, a love for story-telling and a thirst for knowledge. Shelby began her on-air career with KXII-TV in Texoma, as the Bureau Chief in Ardmore, Oklahoma. After a little more than a year, she was promoted to Weekend Anchor, working out of the main newsroom in Sherman, Texas. In November 2012, Shelby joined the Big 2 News team as the Good Morning West Texas Anchor. In less than a year, she was promoted to Evening Anchor. Shelby was graduated with honors from Trinity University with a Bachelors degree in Speech Communication and Business Administration.