- Program Manager P12, Agricultural Economics, College of Agriculture and Life Sciences
As a teacher, since 1972 Wayne has been employed by the Texas A&M University System. His primary activities are in teaching and coordinating educational programs in estate and income tax management. In years past, he was involved in agricultural finance and other agribusiness educational programs.
As a lawyer, he specializes in business organization and estate and income tax planning. He works extensively with family owned businesses in developing plans for orderly administration and income and estate tax savings methods to pass operating businesses from generation to generation.
A sought after teacher and speaker throughout the state and nation, in the past several years he has discusses estate planning and other legal topics with many professional organizations and business owner groups. He was awarded the Faculty Distinguished Achievement Award from the Former Students Association of Texas A&M University and a Presidential Citation from the State Bar of Texas for his work.
- M.B.A. in Finance, Michigan State University - (East Lansing, Michigan, United States)
- B.S. in Agriculture, University of Illinois at Chicago - (Chicago, Illinois, United States)
- M.S. in Agricultural Economics, University of Illinois at Chicago - (Chicago, Illinois, United States)
- J.D. in , Southern Methodist University - (Dallas, Texas, United States)
- Ph.D. in Agricultural Economics, Michigan State University - (East Lansing, Michigan, United States)
- Hayenga, W. A., & Wilson, C. (2009). Estate Planning: A Complex Process of Critical Importance to Ranches. Rangelands. 31(2), 14-18.