Aggie Women Mission
Aggie Women – formally recognized as the Women Former Students’ Network – seeks to enhance the excellence of Texas A&M University by promoting the active engagement of women in the educational, charitable, and cultural life of the institution. To accomplish this, Aggie Women strives to increase engagement of women former students in academic, research and service activities through their expanded role as mentors of current women students and future generations of women students in addition to increased philanthropic ties to the university and The Association of Former Students. In the representation of its membership and in all its activities, Aggie Women strive to value and promote inclusiveness and diversity.
A Message from the President
As 2019 begins, I can’t help but reflect and appreciate all of the growth and connection with the Aggie community we experienced in 2018. We celebrated newly elected female student leaders, high performing Aggie faculty, and inspirational women former students. We held networking events, led panel discussions and sponsored scholarships for Aggie students. And on top of all of that, we participated in university sponsored conferences and councils and furthered our outreach beyond College Station to Dallas and Houston.
However, having just enjoyed a year which was defined by increased participation in our events… that does not mean we can rest. Our outreach efforts need to remain constant to ensure we continue on our mission to connect the Aggie community and support the university we love so dearly. That is truly the one thread that runs throughout our membership and compels us to keep up the work.
I am excited to plan for 2019 with our newest board of directors and will aim to set an example to not only take our commitment seriously but remember to enjoy and have some fun with the journey.
The Aggie Women Network will strive to keep you informed throughout the year, so please stay connected through our website and on social media. We love to hear from you.
Mary Ewing Miller ‘87