By Alexis Lee COLLEGE STATION, TX (October 31, 2023) — The Bush School of Government & Public Service at Texas A&M University recognizes Krystle R. Beauchamp ‘07 and John D. White ‘70 as its 2023 Outstanding Alumni Award recipients. Bush School outstanding alumni are chosen for their exceptional career distinctions, continued commitment to service, and […]
Krystle Beauchamp is from Shreveport, Louisiana and a 2007 graduate of the Bush School of Government and Public Service. She earned her Master in Public Service and Administration with a concentration in State and Local Government. Interviewer: What are some of your favorite memories from your time at the Bush School? Beauchamp: I have so […]
On March 24-25, the Bush School of Government & Public Service hosted its Alumni Reunion Weekend to celebrate the 25th Anniversary. The event included remarks from Dean Mark A. Welsh III, former faculty, and alumni as they reflected on their experiences and growth over the past 25 years of the Bush School. On Friday afternoon, […]
Lindsey Garner was drawn to the Bush School of Government and Public Service because of the school’s emphasis on leadership, service, ethics, and management. Having a career that allowed her to serve the community was very important for Lindsey. “I’ve always had a deep desire to serve others,” Lindsey Garner said. This desire led her […]
This month, the Center for Nonprofits & Philanthropy is celebrating Nicole Pompilio for our #alumnispotlight. Pompilio graduated from the Bush School in 2018 with a Master’s in Public Service Administration degree and a passion for helping future public servants find their desired career paths. The Bush School was a great fit for her graduate education […]
Cherrelle Duncan, Bush School Class of 2013, was honored last week as the 2022 recipient of the Bush School’s Outstanding Alumni Award. She was recognized on October 6, 2022, in the Annenberg Presidential Conference Center dining room in front of an audience that included many family, friends, mentors, Bush School faculty, alumni, and students. “I’m […]
“By the time I graduated from the Bush School, I had lived in six different countries and nine different cities,” said Cristina Candia Lopez, reminiscing about her early years. In learning to develop a sense of belonging and connection in different places, Lopez built a foundation for her future career in corporate Diversity, Equity & […]
Kyle Cox, MPSA ’20, was born with muscular dystrophy. Now he will advise Texas legislators on disability issues.
Bush School graduate Mason Alexander-Hawk learned of her relation to Sen. Matthew Gaines while advocating for his statue on the campus he helped establish.
The Texas Lyceum made history on January 14 when it instated as president Sarah Jackson, Bush School ’11. Jackson serves as the first woman of color and only the fourth individual from Dallas to serve in the position since the organization’s inception in 1980. According to Jackson, the Texas Lyceum, a statewide nonprofit organization focused […]