TAMUC Names 2023 Alumni Ambassadors

The Texas A&M University-Commerce Alumni Association honored 16 new Alumni Ambassadors at the 2023 Alumni Ambassador Forum and Luncheon held Tuesday, March 7 on the university campus.

An Alumni Ambassador is the highest honor an academic department may bestow upon its alumni. The annual award recognizes alums for their accomplishments and for the value they bring to the university through professional achievement.

During Tuesday’s forum, newly appointed ambassadors connected with the university community, sharing information and insights with students, faculty and staff. Over the past 37 years, 980 Ambassadors have returned to campus to participate in the Annual Alumni Ambassador Forum.

“The alumni we recognized this year epitomize the quality of graduates this university produces,” said Derryle Peace, director of Alumni Engagement. “Their availability and willingness to share their expertise with students is commendable and enhances our university’s transformative experiences,” he said.

2023 Alumni Ambassadors

College of Agricultural Sciences and Natural Resources

Caitie Holtzman, Agricultural Sciences

College of Business

Tatiana Chamorro, Marketing and Business Analytics

Matt Cremeans, Accounting and Finance

Shae Green, Management and Economics

Summer Spurlock, Accounting and Finance

College of Education and Human Services

Rickey Brown, Health and Human Performance

Lauren Greer, Curriculum and Instruction

Stephen Southern, Counseling

Sergio Rodriguez, Nursing

College of Humanities, Social Sciences and Arts

Micha Flowers, History

College of Innovation and Design

Terrance Horn, Innovation and Design

Tim Miller, Innovation and Design

College of Science and Engineering

Heather Gantt-Evans, Engineering and Technology

Sarah Schroeder, Mathematics

Stephanie Wagoner, Chemistry

Arthur Houff, Computer Science and Information Systems

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Photo: Alumni Ambassador Heather Gantt-Evans speaks to the audience at the Alumni Ambassador Forum.