OUR BOARD

United Way of the Brazos Valley is a volunteer-directed organization and is governed by a local, volunteer Board of Directors that represents many sectors of the region.

 
 

Officers of the Organization

  • Board Chair
    • Joe Hegewood, City of Bryan
  • Chair Elect
    • Kyle Gammenthaler, Texas A&M University Mays Business School
  • Secretary
    • Cady Aukerman, Texas A&M University AgriLife
  • Treasurer
    • Teresa Horn, American Momentum Bank
  • Past Board Chair
    • Steve Fullhart, Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation

 

Board of Directors

  • Hector Acevedo, Wells Fargo Bank
  • Cady Auckerman, Texas A&M University AgriLife
  • Austin Bryan, First Financial Bank
  • Amber Cox, HoM Realty
  • Max Crawford, KBTX
  • Anita Dorsey, City of College Station
  • Steve Fullhart, Brazos Valley Economic Development Corporation
  • Kyle Gammenthaler, Texas A&M University Mays Business School
  • Chuck Glenewinkel, College Station ISD
  • Katerina Hall, Community Volunteer
  • Dr. Jeffrey Hatala, Texas A&M University School of Public Health
  • Joe Hegwood, City of Bryan
  • Frank Hidalgo, H-E-B
  • Martin Hooper, Drift
  • Mary Teresa Horn, American Momentum Bank
  • Sally Hughes, Blinn College
  • Matthew LeBlanc, Bryan ISD
  • Tanika Morais, Bush Board Fellow
  • Matthew McKay, Briaud Financial Advisors
  • Johnny McNally, Navasota Grimes County Chamber of Commerce
  • Sara Mendez, Brazos County Health District
  • Allison Pennington, Greater Texas Foundation
  • Melanie Prescott, Bush Board Fellow
  • Colby Street, Mathnasium
  • Judge Celina Vasquez, Brazos County

 

Ex-Officio Members

  • Liz Dickey, Health for All, Inc. (Partner Agency Representative)
  • Andy York, Bryan College Station Habitat for Humanity (Agency Representative)

Directors are nominated to the Board each January and serve up to two, three-year terms. To learn more about serving on the Board of Directors to United Way of the Brazos Valley, contact Alison Prince, President & CEO at aprince@uwbv.org.

The United Way of the Brazos Valley fights for the health, education and financial stability of every person in the Brazos Valley.