In the fall of 2022, Gay Gaddis was a recipient of the University of Texas’s highest honor, the Distinguished Alumnus Award. Listen to Gay’s as she accepts this award and shares her story about the importance of blazing trails, embellishing the work that has been done before us, and leaving the world a better place than we found it.
PechaKucha Night Austin is part of the global PechaKucha Night phenomenon. Together with Art Alliance Austin, DJ Stout and Lana McGilvray present the Austin edition of “PechaKucha Night,” a controlled creative convergence.
A few years after T3’s acquisition by the LRW Group in 2019, a committee of T3 alumni reunited to ‘get the band back together.’ Hosting an epic party for past employees from around the country, the reunion celebrated over 30 years of the T3 legacy of “kick ass work for clients who want to kick ass.”
The University of Texas bestowed its highest honor to Gay Gaddis with a Distinguished Alumnus Award. This tribute video profiles her journey as a small town girl to building the largest independent female-owned advertising agency in the country.
From the defining the term “power” and common ways we consciously or unconsciously disempower ourselves, to how to strategically kick ass as a leader, The Third Way podcaster Justin Foster and Gay Gaddis share their insights on questions every entrepreneur asks themselves in their business journey.
Gay Gaddis was honored by the Texas Business Leadership Council with the Richard W. Weekley Public Policy Leadership Award. This tribute video shares her journey in building and leading the largest female-owned advertising in the U.S. and her entrepreneurial leadership and efforts in advancing business in the state of Texas.
Gay Gaddis shares experiences early in her career and how learning how to leverage personality assessment tools was the key to her personal success and in building innovative teams as the founder of T3, an award-winning digital advertising agency.
Founder, Author & Artist, Gay Gaddis joins Executive Director of Entrepreneurship and Innovation at the University of Texas, Jan Ryan for a fireside chat with University of Texas College of Fine Arts students. Together they discuss how to take cues from the business world when building an art
Texas Country Reporter’s Bob Phillips reports on-location at the Gaddis’ Double Heart Ranch to view the newly-restored 1964 Glastron boat, previously owned by the 36th President of the United States, Lyndon B. Johnson.
Gay Gaddis welcomes mothers and daughters and shares her lessons learned as a working parent of three. Hosted by the National Charity League, the event brings families together for community services projects, leadership training and cultural experiences.
Gay Gaddis was inducted into the McCombs Hall of Fame as the 11th female and only fine arts graduate to be accepted. This tribute video shares her journey in building and leading the largest female-owned advertising in the U.S. and the secrets to her success.
A bird’s eye view of Double Heart Ranch, home to Gay Gaddis’s private gallery and art studio. Gay and her husband, Lee manage the Double Heart Ranch in the Texas Hill Country, raising Texas Longhorn cattle, Boer goats and Border Collies.