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Alumni Relations to Host 33rd Annual Alumni Ambassador Forum

Alumni Relations to Host 33rd Annual Alumni Ambassador Forum

Texas A&M University-Commerce Alumni Relations and The Division of Academic Affairs will host the 33rd Annual Alumni Ambassador Forum on February 25.

Departments across campus have invited back a successful alumnus to serve as an Ambassador. These former students are invited back to campus to interact with current students and faculty. Over the past 32 years, 870 Ambassadors have returned to campus to participate in this event.

“The Alumni Ambassador Forum is one of Alumni Relations’ biggest events of the year,” said Rachel Mitchell, communications and events coordinator for Alumni Relations. “It’s a real pleasure to have the opportunity to invite these amazing alumni back to campus and have them share their experiences with our students, faculty, and staff. We look forward to honoring this year’s Ambassadors.”

Twenty-three alumni will return to campus for this year’s event. The list of Ambassadors includes: Barbie Termini (Nursing), Thomas Haygood (Music), Daniel Bandi (Economics and Finance), Dr. Billy Parkhill, Jr. (Chemistry), Craig Driggers (Applied Sciences), Zenetta Drew (Accounting), John Weatherford (School of Agriculture), Jordan Harper (Management), Mark Von Schwarz (Mathematics), Paul Feather (Marketing and Business Analytics), Dr. Jane Rowe (Curriculum and Instruction), Michael Burkett (Theatre), Fernando Gray, Sr. (Sociology and Criminal Justice), Doreen Rue (School of Social Work), Dr. Marcus Nelson (Educational Leadership), Dr. Dawn Weatherford (Psychology, Counseling, and Special Education), Jason Gann (Health and Human Performance), Kelly Jenkins (Physics and Astronomy), Todd Wynne (Engineering and Technology), Carlos Amaral (Computer Science and Information Systems), Tracy Adkins (History), Dr. Charlotte Larkin (Higher Education and Learning Technologies), and Bart Cleveland (Art).

The Alumni Ambassador Forum includes a luncheon at 12:30 p.m. on February 25 in the Rayburn Student Center Conference Rooms. Tickets are $15 and must be purchased by noon on February 19. Please contact Rachel Mitchell for tickets and more information at Rachel.Mitchell@tamuc.edu.

Sara Wray
sara.wray@tamuc.edu
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