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Meet the Recruiters
Phone: (254) 519-5497
Roger Anderson hails from Roseland, Louisiana and has lived in Killeen for the past 10 years. He holds a bachelors and masters degrees in Management from the University of Phoenix. In the past three years as a Recruiter with TAMUCT, he finds his position rewarding because it allows him a "Way of giving back to the community and promoting the importance of higher education."
"I am proud to be a Warrior. It is my goal to enable future and current students the ability to improve their wellbeing through pursuing an advanced education." Roger, an avid golfer, shared this piece of advice from Arnold Palmer, "Always make a total effort, even when the odds are against you."
Phone: (254) 501-5834
Joseph Staton is a North Carolina native who was born in Pinetops and grew up in Rocky Mount, NC. He is a proud military spouse and the father of two boys. The family moved to Fort Hood in summer of 2012. Joseph received his Bachelors in Health and Recreation from Voorhees College and is currently working towards a Masters in Enrollment Management thru Capella University. He saw the growth and vision of TAMUCT and is proud to be a part of Warrior Nation.
Joseph was eager to work at TAMUCT because of his past experiences. "I've been working in the field of admissions for eight years on and off now, and I love it! I'm passionate about helping others achieve their educational goals." He wants people to look at their education as "the foundation for achieving whatever you set out to do. Education is something that can never be taken away from you. Never settle. Always strive to be better." That goes along well with his favorite inspirational quote: "Be Phenomenal, Or Be Forgotten."
Phone: (254) 519-5453
Stacy Garrett Suhre is an 8th generation Texan, born and raised in Georgetown, where she currently lives with her twin daughters. She has also lived overseas and worked with military students in Japan and Kuwait. She received a BA in History and Political Science at Texas A&M University and earned her masters degree in Higher Education Administration from Texas Tech University. Stacy has been at the university since September of 2012. "I am excited to be a part of a unique, growing university. I am proud that our institution is the most diverse university in the entire TAMU system."
The one thing she wants students to know is that, "It is never too late to learn --- Many students are concerned that they are either too old or have been out of school for too long to learn, but they need to realize that non-traditional learners often make some of the best students because of their life experiences. Like Winston Churchill said, 'Never, never, never give up!'"
Steven Cowell hails from Kingsville, Texas and like most, came to the area via the Army in 1989. Fort Hood was his second duty station and where he served 13 of his 20 years, before retiring. Proud Warrior, Steven Cowell, completed his MBA, with a concentration in Management and Leadership, in 2012 through the College of Business Administration at TAMUCT, where in 2009, he graduated with a Bachelor's in Human Resource Management. In 2007 he graduated with his Associate's from Central Texas College.
"I am proud to witness the vision of having an affordable, quality, and public university begin to take physical shape," said Steven. "TAMUCT stands like a beacon of hope and opportunity on the very highway that used to be regularly deemed dangerous and off limits because there was no light on the narrow and curved 2-lane highway. Now, the highway has more lanes and better lighting, with TAMUCT standing like a lighthouse beacon directing people safely toward better opportunity through education."
Although Steven is a part-time employee, he views this as another opportunity to tell people about the high-quality, but affordable, educational opportunities available locally. "I think it is important that I am able to communicate as someone who has served at Fort Hood, used tuition assistance, the Montgomery and Post 9/11 GI Bills, and Hazelwood exemption, to graduate from our local public institutions; CTC and TAMUCT. It may become more evident in a more austere government budgeting process that the letters after ones name matter as much or more as the letters before ones name; 1SG(Retired) Steven Cowell, MBA. The obstacles that may have to be overcome to obtain a college education provide a level of learning that can't be measured. The willingness to face and overcome obstacles is what can separate the good from the great; the will to prepare to win may be what separates the hired from the interviewed."