Texas Wesleyan Alumni Association

Membership in the Texas Wesleyan Alumni Association is extended to all graduates of the University.
The Association promotes the mission and vision of the University and encourages continued alumni involvement through reunion programming and a variety of social, philanthropic, travel, athletic and cultural opportunities. No dues are required so why not enjoy the perks of being a member?

Alumni Association Board of Directors

The Board of Directors is made up of 18 members of the Alumni Association. They not only govern the Texas Wesleyan Alumni Association, but they serve as ambassadors of the University and its mission. We are proud to announce that 100% of our board has given back to the University financially for the past five years. Their time and gifts are unmatched and greatly appreciated!

Board of Directors

Trista Allen '98
Sr. Advisor to the Regional Admin.,
U.S. General Services Administration

Barry Baker '84

Director of Mortgage Servicing,
Benmark Financial

Patsy Clifford '55
Retired Faculty

Perry Cockerell '78
Adkerson Hauder & Bezney, P.C.

Karen Cole '99 MBA '04, President
Controller, Mark's Plumbing Parts

Martha Cole '62
Retired Educator, Cleburne ISD

Julie Croft '98
Technical Consultant, Mary Kay Cosmetics Inc.

Sergio De Leon '98
Justice of the Peace, Precinct #5

Brandy Gonzales '97

Syndi Hillberry '86, Secretary
Chief Financial Officer,
RimAsia Capital Partners, Hong Kong 

David D. Martin MBA '04, Immed. Past President
President, Commercial Real Estate LLC

Emily Milutin '09
Executive Assistant, AutoStar Solutions

Gladys Moore '73
Retired Mathematics Coach, Fort Worth ISD

Lisa Ramos '06 MBA '06
Program Manager, BNSF Railway Co.

Glen Tuggle '85, Vice President
President, Service Associates Consulting

Jorge Vivar '76, Treasurer
President, International Trade,
Automotive Solutions LLC

Kathy Walker '97
Retired, Walker Texas Writer

Ben Younger '63
Retired Dean of Student Services
Texas State Technical College

Ex-Officio Member

Dr. Carl G. Schrader
Retired Faculty



University Mission & Vision

Mission Statement:

Texas Wesleyan University, founded in 1890 in Fort Worth, Texas, is a United Methodist institution with a tradition in the liberal arts and sciences and a focus on professional and career preparation. Our mission at Texas Wesleyan University is to develop students to their full potential as individuals and as members of the world community. The University is committed to the principles that each student deserves personal attention and that all members of the academic community must have freedom to pursue independent thought and to exercise intellectual curiosity. The University actively seeks and employs faculty and staff with commitment and dedication to teaching, inspiring, and serving students. Texas Wesleyan University recognizes its responsibility to the community by providing leadership and talent through programs that enable and enrich society.

The University endeavors to create a learning environment where each student is provided an opportunity to pursue individual excellence, to think clearly and creatively, and to communicate effectively. The University also strives to develop a sense of civic responsibility and spiritual sensitivity, with a commitment to moral discrimination and action. Texas Wesleyan strives to develop informed, responsible, and articulate citizens.

Vision Statement:

Texas Wesleyan aspires to be a values- and student-centered university where motivated students prepare for graduate school and leadership in professional careers.

This vision is premised upon the understanding that professional employers seek individuals who have attained the essential skills of critical thinking, analytical reasoning and creative problem solving. Texas Wesleyan believes that the best way for undergraduate students to learn these skills is in a liberal arts setting through intentionally small classes led by gifted faculty who are committed to student success. This vision also recognizes that most students will need graduate professional degrees to further their careers and that these same skills are required for admission to and successful completion of graduate professional programs.

Realizing that most students will enter the workforce before returning to graduate school, Texas Wesleyan University will maintain graduate professional programs of high quality in formats that are accessible to working adults. These programs will focus on deepening and broadening critical thinking, analytical reasoning and creative problem solving skills in the context of professional content.

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