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Mayborn MuseumAmanda Walker is a junior professional writing major from Justin, Texas. In her spare time Amanda enjoys reading and binge-watching political comedies. She is very passionate about human rights, women’s rights, and equality, and hopes to work in a field advocating for such rights after graduation. Amanda is excited to have the opportunity to intern with the Mayborn Museum because she values learning and hopes to share this enthusiasm with others through her work with the institution.
Human ResourcesBriyana Butler is a senior human resource management and real estate major from Mansfield, Texas. When she is not busy tending to school matters, she works part-time as a jewelry consultant at Zales the Diamond Store. Briyana is honored by the opportunity to intern for the university. She looks forward to learning valuable information in the field of human resources in the hopes of applying it to her future occupation.
Career and Professional DevelopmentBrighton Charles is a senior human resource management and corporate communications major from Irvine, California. On campus she is involved with the sorority Zeta Tau Alpha, where she serves on the executive council. After graduation, she hopes to work in recruiting and staffing. She is excited to contribute to the Office of Career and Professional Development this semester, and working with the employer relations team.
Campus RecreationCaroline is a senior journalism new media major with an emphasis in advertising from Longview, Texas. On campus she is involved with and is a member of Alpha Chi Omega. In her free time, Caroline enjoys traveling and photography. She plans to pursue a career in either the advertising or marketing field where she can utilize both her creative and business skills. Caroline is excited to gain experience and contribute to projects with Campus Recreation.
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Facilities, Planning, and Construction ServicesJames Courtright is a senior biology major from El Paso, Texas. His extracurricular activities include Baylor Student Court, Beta Beta Beta Biological Honor Society, Baylor Undergraduate Research in Science and Technology, as well as the Student Health Advisory Council. He is an active member and officer in each of these student organizations. He is excited to take his experiences to Baylor’s Facilities, Planning, and Construction Services department, while gaining new and insightful exposure to the department.
Provost Office-Commencement and Facilities PlanningJordan Strickland is a Sport Management graduate student from Princeton, TX. She has loved her Baylor experience and is looking forward to her time working with the Provost Office! Jordan has spent a majority of her time at Baylor on the softball field playing for the Bears and getting involved with various athletic activities and events. She has a love for animals and spends a lot of time hanging out with her cute dog, Tucker. She is hoping to one-day work in the sport industry with facility and event management and is excited with how the provost office can help teach her what she needs to know to get there!
Campus RecreationKelechi Fletcher is a senior bioinformatics major from Puyallup, Washington. During his free time, Kelechi is a competitive downhill skater and enjoys writing phone and web applications. He is also currently the Vice President of Bears on Boards, Baylor’s official longboarding club. Kelechi wants to continue his education after gaining an undergraduate degree and pursue a Master’s or Ph.D. in bioinformatics, genomics or machine learning. His greatest aspiration is to start his own software company to provide software solutions to genetic researchers. He is extremely excited to work with Baylor Campus Recreation.
Mayborn MuseumKimberly Parr is a senior marketing major from Southlake, Texas with an interest in marketing, advertising, sales, and social media. She is excited to be interning with the Mayborn Museum. Kimberly’s goal is to work for a company with a creative work environment that fosters community growth, both personally and professionally. While at Baylor, Kimberly has been involved in a number of organizations such as: Baylor Track and Field, Delta Delta Delta sorority, and the Professional Development Program of Hankamer School of Business.
Financial FoundationsLauren Moser is currently an MBA/M.Div candidate at Baylor University. Prior to pursing her MBA at Baylor, Lauren worked as an organizational development intern for OtterBox in Fort Collins, CO where she also received her undergraduate degree in business management from Colorado State University. She has served as the community service chair for the Graduate Business Association and competed nationally with the Baylor MBA case competition team. Lauren entered seminary in the Fall of 2015 and hopes to pursue a career in community development after graduation.
Human ResourcesSarah Law is a junior human resource management major from Edmond, Oklahoma. The past two years, she has served on the philanthropy committee of Tri Delta. In her free time, she leads a small group at Highland Baptist Church and she enjoys traveling to new places. She is passionate about serving others, and is looking forward to serving Baylor while gaining real world experience in human resources.
LibrariesSarah Lesikar is a junior English major from Tulsa, Oklahoma. During her time at Baylor, Sarah has been blessed with the opportunity to be a member of Delta Delta Delta sorority, and to study abroad in the Netherlands during the fall of 2015. After graduation, Sarah hopes to attend law school, where she will focus on environmental law. She is grateful for this opportunity and looks forward to working with the BCPM team!
Summer and Strategic InitiativesTaylor Stroman is a senior medical humanities major from Clute, Texas. She has devoted her time to being a student mentor with the Baylor Buddies organization, as well as volunteering at the local Salvation Army. When she is not tending to school endeavors, she works at HEB as a part-time customer service representative. Taylor is more than excited to have the opportunity to intern with Summer and Strategic Initiatives. She hopes to gain meaningful experience to help her grow professionally, as well as personally, so that she may use her skills towards her future career.