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Marty Sepulveda Named as Scout Executive

Martin “Marty” Sepulveda started his duties as Scout executive of the South Texas Council, Corpus Christi, Texas in August 2017.

Marty began his Scouting career as District Executive at the Gulf Coast Council in Corpus Christi, Texas.  He moved on to become a Senior District Executive and later Field Director with the South Texas Council, Corpus Christi, Texas. He was promoted to Field Director of the Capitol Area Council, Austin, Texas and on to Director of Support Service of the Capitol Area Council, Austin, Texas. He was promoted to Assistant Scout Executive of the South Texas Council, Corpus Christi, Texas, and move on to Assistant Director of Field Service of the Sam Houston Area Council, Houston, Texas. He was promoted to Director of Field Service, Sam Houston Area Council, Houston, Texas.

Marty is an Eagle Scout who enjoys reading, Texas History, hiking, kayaking and going to the beach.

Marty and his wife, Liz, have three children.


Martin Sepulveda, BSA Scout Executive
Jan 10, 2018


Tracing its history back to 1925, the organization now known as the Harbor Playhouse Company began with a newspaper advertisement for performers interested in being on stage. Producing an average of four plays a year until the Depression, the group reformed in 1935 under the name Little Theatre Corpus Christi. On August 4, 1948, the Little Theatre Corpus Christi was incorporated, and in 1976, the name was officially changed to the Harbor Playhouse Company.

Today, the Harbor Playhouse, a 501(c) (3) non-profit organization, operates out of a space in the Bayfront Plaza, which includes a proscenium theatre that seats 454 and a studio theatre which can hold up to 150. Annually, more than 250 volunteers are actors, technicians, and support staff. Volunteers range in age from 8 to 80 and reflect the cultural diversity of the area. With a diverse schedule of contemporary and classic musicals, non-musicals, and children’s plays, Harbor Playhouse truly presents exceptional works of art by the community for the community. To foster learning, excellence and pride among volunteers and audiences, the highest artistic standards are always maintained in productions.

We are proud to be a part of the artistic heritage of the Coastal Bend, and as we look to our future, we know that we must depend on the support of our community in order to remain an integral part of the arts in South Texas.

Bob Pritchard, Director
Jan 17, 2018
Jan 24, 2018

W. Bryan Davis has worked in education for over ten years, seven as an English teacher and three as a counselor.  He is in his second year at Veterans Memorial High School and the Corpus Christi Independent School District.  He holds a Bachelor's Degree in English, Master's Degrees in English and Counseling, all from Texas A&M University - Corpus Christi.  He and his wife have two children.  In his spare time he enjoys reading and volunteering in community theater productions.

He looks forward to serving his students and parents to help guide them through the struggles and confusion of high school.

W. Bryan Davis, Counselor
Jan 31, 2018