University Services Center, Rm. 108
Luisa is a high-performing professional communicator with 13 years’ experience who is proactive, assertive, deadline-driven, effective, accountable, and focused. She has experience communicating across all levels and managing multiple projects with varied deadlines. She is an independent worker who leads, directs, assists, coordinates, design systems, and facilitates projects that maximize efficiencies. Luisa enjoys promoting a culture of service excellence, collaboration, diversity, respect, and contributes to a positive work environment.
With assistance from senior leadership, Luisa manages University-wide communications and public relations efforts, including external media relations and internal communications. She aggressively seeks opportunities to generate local, regional, and national media coverage with informative, compelling stories about the University, its programs, students, faculty, alumni, events, and institutional initiatives. She also prepares and councils University representatives for public appearances, including media interviews and public speeches.
In 2005, Luisa earned a Bachelor of Science in Biology from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi and began working at the Island University in 2015.
Following the 100th anniversary of the 1919 Hurricane and as part of Hispanic Heritage Month at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi, the largest volume of the Windward Review features Hurricane Harvey narratives created by Islander history graduate students and four of Dr. Octavio Quintanilla's frontextos, a blend of poetry and visual media that celebrates frontera Spanish and resists anti-immigrant rhetoric and practices.
To commemorate the 1919 storm, which played a large influence in the city's current civil engineering, the Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi Historical Forum and the Mary and Jeff Bell Library will host "100 Years After the Storm," on Friday, Sept. 13, from 1-3 p.m. outside of Special Collections and Archives.
From the Galvan Ballroom to Selena Quintanilla, and from the House of Rock to the Corpus Christi Chorale, a new podcast series by Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi students has chronicled a selection of South Texas musical history.