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2017 TAA Board Nominees

Andrew Huf

Andrew Huf, Class of 2008 & 2013

I moved to Stephenville in summer 2005 to start Tarleton that fall. My four older brothers all attended Tarleton and, after my first visit on campus, I knew that was where I would get my higher education.

As an undergraduate, I was a lab assistant and lab supervisor for six classes in the computer lab and the machine shop. I was an active member of Sigma Alpha Pi, Alpha Chi, Delta Epsilon Iota and Phi Eta Sigma, and vice president for the Society of Engineering Technology. I graduated as the Engineering Technology Department Top Graduate with a 4.0 GPA, earning my B.S. in Industrial Technology in December 2008.

In 2007, I hired on at Fibergrate Composite Structures as the CNC Engineering Technician. I held this role for five years before advancing my career at TechnipFMC (formerly FMC Technologies, Inc.) as a System Designer for product engineering, and have now been with the company for five and a half years.

A few years after obtaining my BS, I returned to Tarleton to earn my Master’s in Quality and Engineering Management, which I completed in May 2013. That August, I was asked to instruct a couple of Tarleton courses as an adjunct faculty member, and now am in my fifth year.

Stacy Blevins

Stacy Blevins, Class of 1991

I graduated from Tarleton in 1991 with a Bachelor’s degree in Interdisciplinary Studies. I married a Tarleton graduate, Jason Blevins, and we have two sons. Jacob will graduate from Tarleton in May 2018. Garrett, a high school junior, is looking forward to attending Tarleton in Fall 2019.

Since graduation, I have attended several graduations at Tarleton for family and friends. I have returned for Homecoming events, tailgates, football, basketball and softball games, as well as two Galas.

As a school administrator, I have hired many Tarleton graduates and attended several on-site recruiting events for different school districts. I always look to hire TSU graduates whenever I can because I know they will come with a solid education.

Sena Leese

Sena Leese, Class of 1966

A 1966 graduate from Tarleton, I reside in Stephenville. While attending school at Tarleton, I was the Editor of the Grassburr. I was also a charter alumna of Alpha Gamm Delta #5 and was initiated in 1985.

I am a retired teacher and have served on the 2017 Centennial Celebration committee for Tarleton's membership in the A&M system.

I served previously on the TAA board, and I "bleed purple."

Tavanna Prince

Tavanna Prince, Class of 2011

I proudly graduated from Tarleton in 2011 with a Bachelor of Science in Biology. As a student, I participated in several campus organizations, such as Texan Reps, Residential Leader, and as both President and Vice President of Minority Student Leaders.

The more time I spend away from Tarleton, the more I value and cherish the traditions that I learned while being a student, and I make it my duty to help serve the others in my community through volunteer work as well as in my career.

Tarleton helped me go on to achieve a Master’s of Science in Biotechnology, which led to a Laboratory Manager position.

Marco Barrientes

Marco Barrientes, Class of 1993

Marco Barrientes graduated from TSU in May of 1993 with a degree in Ag Services & Development. His son was a 2012 Tarleton graduate and his daughter is currently a junior at TSU.

He has been employed with Sharyland ISD as an Ag Science Teacher for 25 years.

Brittni Favors

Brittni Favors, Class of 2013

I’m a 2013 graduate with a BSAS degree in Business Administration. I reflect a varied personality, including ambition, the qualities of generosity, and a big heart. I am also a determined, vigorous individual with a mind to fight for what I desire and believe in.

As a student at Tarleton, I held a position as Residential Leader for Co-ed on campus apartments and the all women dorms. I also was the President of the Minority Student Leaders organization, bringing awareness to diversity on campus.

Currently, I reside in Lancaster, TX, pursuing a MBA in healthcare administration at UT Tyler. I used my Tarleton education to accept a role at UT Southwestern Medical Center as an Education Coordinator of Medical Education.


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