TCU: Chancellor Victor J. Boschini, Jr.

Chancellor's Student Assistants

 

Sara Babineaux

Sara Babineaux

Sara Babineaux is a junior English major with a philosophy minor from Lafayette, Louisiana. She is on track to attend law school, possibly taking some time off to work and travel in between. She is a member of the John V. Roach Honors College and is also part of the Chancellor’s Scholars Program. As chair of the Outreach Committee, she is on the executive team of the Student Government Association and is also a member of the Frog Aides Executive team. She is also an active member of Chi Omega. In addition to her participation on campus, she also volunteers with Catholic Charities of Fort Worth, helping to tutor refugee children. Go frogs!

Matthew Brown

Matthew Brown

Matthew Brown is a sophomore political science and economics double major and international relations and Chinese studies double minor from Tulsa, OK. He is a member of the John V. Roach Honors College and an active member in the Eta Eta Chapter of Beta Theta Pi. He is involved with Young Life student ministries, Chancellor’s Leadership Program, Exodus Retreat, and volunteers in a refugee mentorship program with The NET. Upon graduation from TCU, Matt plans to move to China for a few years to start his career as a missionary.

Maddie Curran

Maddie Curran

Maddie Curran is a senior from Draper, Utah. She is a movement science major with a child-development minor on the physical therapy track. She is a member of the John V. Roach Honors College and is a recipient of the Provost Scholarship. She works with prospective TCU students through her membership with Student Foundation and Student Ambassadors. Maddie also serves as the current Assistant Hall Director for the Tom Brown Pete Wright campus apartments.

Katelin Kluge

Katelin Kluge

Katelin Kluge is a senior accounting major with a minor in communication studies from Azle, Texas. She is involved in Turning Point USA, Women In Politics, Knights Who Say Knit, And TCU’s ASL Club, as well as being an officer in her sorority Alpha Omicron Pi. After graduating in May, Katelin hopes to earn her Masters of Accounting before attending law school.

Diego Padilla

Diego Padilla

Diego Padilla is a senior mechanical engineering major from San Salvador, El Salvador with interest in Formula 1, entrepreneurship, and exploring the world. He speaks Spanish, English and French. He is an active member of Lambda Chi Alpha Fraternity Iota Pi Zeta and also an involved student in the Leadership Scholar’s Program. His passion for making TCU a better place by elevating its community standards is what motivates him to serve as the Interfraternity Council (IFC) president.

Matthew Rose

Matthew Rose

Matthew Rose is a senior economics major with a minor in finance from Tinley Park, Illinois. His involvement on campus includes having worked for the Government Affairs office for three semesters as well as being a member of the only professional fraternity on campus, Delta Sigma Pi. Upon graduating from TCU, Matt is hoping to stay in the DFW area.

Cosmas Rutto

Cosmas Rutto

Cosmas Rutto, is a sophomore biology major, from Eldoret, Kenya. He is a member of TCU International Student Association and also a member of African Students Organization at TCU. He is a student-athlete on the track and field team. His dream has always been to study abroad and now he is at TCU. Coming from a developing county has given him a challenge to work hard and to represent his society. His aim is to pursue a degree in the medical field. He has a passion to help the community; and through a career in the medical field he will be able to serve the community. Through these he will be able to help people back in his country. Cosmas speaks three languages, Swahili, Kalenjin, and English.

Jordan Sheppard

Jordan Sheppard

Jordan Sheppard is a senior finance and entrepreneurial management double major from Bentonville, Arkansas. He is a member of the Neeley Fellows honors business program at TCU and an active member of the Texas Gamma Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon. Jordan is a member of the John V. Roach Honors College, as well as a Chancellor’s Scholar. After TCU, he hopes to pursue an MBA and begin a career in business. His favorite activity at TCU is being able to facilitate Frog Camp every summer.

Ali Smith

Ali Smith

Ali Smith is a sophomore early childhood education major with a minor in psychology. She is from Richardson, Texas, and is a member of the Gamma Psi chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta sorority. Ali is interested in TCU’s Accelerated Master’s Program, and hopes to be accepted in the spring of her junior year.

Akhmed Tagaev

Akhmed Tagaev

Akhmed Tagaev is a junior international student with finance and entrepreneurship majors. He came from Tashkent, Uzbekistan. Akhmed arrived at TCU as a student of the Intensive English Program and upon finishing it, he was accepted to the undergraduate program. He is a member of Delta Sigma Pi business fraternity, Financial Management Association, and Global Youth Initiative at TCU. Akhmed’s main objective is to successfully graduate from Neeley School of Business which he believes will help him to get a qualified business education and grow as an individual. Akhmed speaks four languages, including English, Russian, Uzbek and Tatar.

Connor Vaccaro

Connor Vaccaro

Connor Vaccaro is a senior entrepreneurial management major with a leadership emphasis from San Diego, California. He is a member of BNSF Neeley Leadership Program, Frog Shadow Program co-founder, Student Foundation member and tour guide, Frog Camp facilitator, Connections Mentor, and an active member of the Texas Gamma Chapter of Sigma Phi Epsilon. He is in the John V. Roach Honors College and is a Dean’s Scholar. His experience at TCU has been positive due to the other students and faculty that continually pour into his life to make him a better leader.