Communication Specialist III
University Services Center, Rm. 110
As a Communication Specialist, I work to elevate the level of prestige of the University by creating content and stories that reach students, faculty, and community members alike. Through working closely with local media outlets and supportive University faculty and staff, I create opportunities for each college, organization, and department to successfully promote stories of success and the Islander way.
A native of Corpus Christi, I earned an Associates in Radio & Television Production in 2014 from Del Mar College and earned a Bachelor of Arts in Communication from Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi in 2017. Previous to my position at the University, I was a News Producer for KIII’s First Edition Morning Show and served as a Public Information Officer for the City of Corpus Christi.
In my spare time, I serve as an Alumni Advisor to the Xi Delta Chapter of Sigma Lambda Gamma National Sorority, Inc., listen to music, read, and play with my two dogs Drogo and Duke.
From Tarpons to Islanders, each alumnus is a line in the storied past of our University’s history. Since 1947, the Island University has undergone multiple name changes, mascot changes, and a major reconstruction following the wrath of Hurricane Celia. Through all these changes, generations of Islanders have come and gone with each alumnus holding one sentiment true – the Island is home.
Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi acknowledges and appreciates its student veterans in many ways and has continued to increase its resources and offerings, thanks to support from the local business community.
Established in fall 2019, the Islander Alumni Mentorship Program aids undergraduate students by connecting them with successful alumni who were once in their shoes. The program is currently in a pilot phase with 18 mentors/mentees participating.