Jeremy Gamez smiling at the camera with Christmas trees behind him.

If you’re looking for an institution where people get to know you and where you don’t feel like you’re just a number, then A&M-Commerce is the place.

Jeremy Gamez
Chief Information Officer

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Sidney, NE
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A native Nebraskan, Gamez moved to Texas in 2006. He earned his bachelor's degree in communications in 2011 from A&M-Commerce. To date, he has accumulated 15 years of higher education experience in the areas of instructional, educational and information technology. Before stepping into the role of interim chief information officer at A&M-Commerce, Gamez served as an LMS system administrator, instructional technology coordinator, technical analyst for the Office of the Provost, and space planning and utilization manager. While operating in those roles, he developed, implemented, and oversaw numerous technology integrations and implementations for the university.

When he's not elbow-deep in tech projects, Gamez enjoys cooking, golfing, watching college football, spending time outdoors, and most importantly, hanging out with his family.

A Conversation with Jeremy

What would you tell a student who is thinking about attending A&M-Commerce?

If you're looking for an institution where people get to know you and where you don't feel like you're just a number, then A&M-Commerce is the place. Here, you can you find an academic program that will set you up for professional success, and you can foster relationships with fellow students, staff and faculty. While you're here and once you move on, you will always feel like you're part of the Pride!

What do you like most about your career?

The “tech world” is fast-paced and pretty much in a constant state of change. As a result, it is unpredictable and never dull. That's what I like about it. I enjoy taking on new opportunities and challenges that benefit our society. Whether it is on the front lines or behind the scenes, there are countless women and men making a difference.

What is one thing that people may not know about you?

I am one of the youngest recipients of the “Best Radio Shows” award by the Wyoming Association of Broadcasters. For a couple of years, I was an FM DJ/sportscaster for a small market radio station in Wheatland, Wyoming, about an hour north of Cheyenne. I hosted the morning show, but I also wanted to find ways to engage the youth. So, I created and hosted the weekly “Hip-Hop Homework” program where I would invite student leaders and student organizations to help build out and broadcast the show.

Educational Background

  • B.S., Speech Communication, Texas A&M University-Commerce, 2011
  • AAS, Radio/Television, Northeast Community College, Norfolk, NE, 2004

Awards and Services

  • The National Society of Leadership and Success, Sigma Alpha Pi, Honorary Member
  • A&M-Commerce President Search Advisory Committee, Jan. 2018-July 2018
  • A&M-Commerce Staff Council, Sept. 2015-Sept. 2019 (President, 2016-2018)
  • Quality Assurance Taskforce (A&M System initiative), June 2017-Present

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