Brandi Scott, director of the Multicultural Student Center for Equity and Justice at UTSA, strives to make her campus more equitable and socially just.
BS ’18, MA ’23
COPE alumna Gladys Acosta burnished her own bilingual skills to empower multilingual children.
Anngienetta Johnson, who received the 2012 Chancellor’s Alumni Excellence Award, reflects on her 40-year, trailblazing career with NASA.
TWU enabled Muchinka Peele '22 to bring the profession of speech therapy to her home country.
Bernice Y. Sanchez
BA ’95, MA ’98
Bernice Sanchez discovered her passion for teaching while at TWU.
Weina Dai Randel
Randel looks back at her time at Texas Woman’s with great admiration.
MD, BS ’02
Dr. Seymour chose Texas Woman’s because of the quality education at an affordable cost, and as a student she appreciated the personal attention provided by TWU faculty.
Brett Dyer found Texas Woman’s University to be a source of inspiration and his ticket to a different life.
Melanie Denise Gibson
Gibson enjoyed the more personalized educational experience that was offered at Texas Woman’s University.
After a visit to Texas Woman’s, Sellers was certain that the university was the place she needed to be.
As senior vice president and CEO for TIRR Memorial Hermann in Houston, Abbott credits TWU’s curriculum and hands-on field work as a definite impact on her career success.
EdD, BBA ’14, MBA ’16
Dr. Raj was impressed by the strong sense of community that he found at Texas Woman’s University.
From advising students to supporting future women leaders, Felicha Stanley (MEd ’07) is passionate about helping people succeed in their professional pursuits.
MA Music Therapy ’19
As a music therapist for Plano Independent School District (ISD), Laurel Page serves special education students across the area.
Health Sciences, '78, '81
Burns credits TWU with creating a PhD curriculum tailored to her personal interests within her field.
Ms. Taylor chose TWU’s EMBA program because of the university’s strong reputation for a high-quality education.
Dr. Sterling L. Carter
Dr. Carter chose TWU’s School of Physical Therapy because of its reputation as a nationally recognized leader in professional and post-professional PT education.
Senior Designer, New York Post
I applied to work at The Lasso, and it quickly became the center of my TWU solar system. I learned how to design a newspaper in that office, and I did not even know it.
Matthews believes his TWU educational experience provides him with a different perspective.
Mary Lu Hare
BBA Marketing 2013
Mary Lu Hare’s TWU education not only reshaped her career but gave her the critical skills needed for success.
BA General Studies, 2010 & MBA, Management, 2020
Sarah is the current Chief Marketing Officer for Freedom Powersports, LLC implementing aspects of marketing, advertising, branding and online development for the company.
MLS, 1980 & PhD Library Science, 1984
Kerby's dedication to educating others began at TWU, which she says "just makes me proud to be a Texas woman."
BA Music 2005
Brown's experiences at TWU helped her develop into a leader for her students at West Mesquite High School and A.C. New Middle School.
BS Physical Education, 1975
Mentorship is a common thread throughout Dianne Baker’s career. Her story at Texas Woman’s University began with her high school coach encouraging her to attend TWU.
Jody Anne Popple
PhD Counseling Psychology, 2002
Jody’s desire to build her psychotherapy skills and focus on a practitioner-scientist model led her to TWU.
PhD, Counseling Psychology, 2005
David, Owner of Psynet Group, credits TWU with giving him a full scope of knowledge that often surpasses that of the Ivy League Ph.Ds.
MS. Biology 2018
Puckett credits her education at Texas Woman’s University with giving her the tools that now allow her to follow her passion of helping others be healthy.
Lawrencia B. Lockhart
Lawrencia Lockhart earned her MBA from Texas Woman’s University in 2015 because she believed in their purpose of educating a woman and empowering the world.
PhD, Kinesiology (Adapted Physical Ed.), 2001
Linda Hilgenbrinck came to Texas Woman’s University to complete her personal life goal to obtain a doctorate and calls herself “A Proud Pioneer.”
Agnes E. (Bracher) Barrett
BS Business Administration '44
Barrett was one of three women selected to work for Exxon, (then Humble Oil), and moved to Houston to work for them for 26 years.
BS Occupational Therapy '00, MBA '14
Varghese received both of her degrees from Texas Woman’s University graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Occupational Therapy in 2000 and her MBA in 2014.
Leslie L. Pearson
BS Health Studies ’01, MBA ‘07
After serving on active duty for the Army, and attending other universities, Pearson found a university home that shared her beliefs of empowering women and women leaders at TWU.
BS Interdisciplinary Studies '12
Courtney is working hard to improve staff retention and community relations as the Principal of H.L. Brockett Elementary School a part of the Aubrey Independent School District.
Adam Blair Golden
Golden was awarded D Magazine’s Excellence in Nursing Award in 2018 for his commitment to caring for patients and the North Texas community.
BA Physical Education ‘80
Graduating from Texas Woman’s University in 1980 with a B.S. in Physical Education, Stacie McDavid was a recruited javelin thrower for the track and field team.
BFA Graphic Design ‘12
Working in the marketing department at University of Texas at Dallas, Nitashia enjoys using her creative talents as a graphic designer and photographer in her busy daily schedule.
BA Sociology 2013, MA Sociology 2015
Felisha is the founder of The Patchwork Society. She works alongside agencies and professionals to provide resources and support for young adults who have aged out of foster care.