Everyone needs a little help from time to time!
Many thanks to the following alumnae (and a future alumna) who have graciously consented to be my “blog advisers.” Each brings a different viewpoint and expertise to the site. They’ll keep us on track with their good comments and advice! If you have an interest in joining the advisory team, just send me an e-mail and we’ll talk!
Angela Alford, Denton, TX – B. A. Library Science, 1980 — Angela is the department manager and Adult Services Librarian at the DeSoto Public Library, just southwest of Dallas. She has been a librarian in Dallas (Old City Park and Dallas Public Library), Bryan/College Station, Lancaster and now at DeSoto for nine years.
Erin Venable-Green – Plano, TX – B. S. Dance/English, 1989 — Now the owner a successful interior design business, EVG Designers, Inc., Erin is a member of the American Society of Interior Designers. She has used her dance background as a professional dancer, a Dallas Cowboy Cheerleader and a Dallas Mavericks Dancer. A wife and mother of a middle school son, she is passionate about nurturing and guiding young people through their educational pursuits.
Kay Goodman – Sanger, TX – B. S. Speech/Language Pathology, 1958 — Kay is a retired special educator who lives on the family ranch near Denton. For six years she served on the TWU Board of Regents, two and a half of those as chair.
Christina Wagoner – Carrollton, TX – B.A. English, B. S. History, 2012 – Christina is a current student working on two degrees. She commutes from Carrollton where she lives with her parents. She is the Secretary of Publications for the Honors Scholar Program, Secretary/Treasurer of the history honor society Phi Alpha Theta, and a member of the Leadership Institute.
Mandy Stanage Shoptaw – Little Rock, AR – B. S. Mass Communications/English, 1995 –Mandy is a photographer and the former TV producer of two nationally syndicated gardening and lifestyle shows. Mandy and her family live and work in Central Arkansas. She enjoys gardening, home improvement projects and travel. Mandy’s work can be seen at www.mandyshoptaw.com