Caitlin "Cait" Shields '11 June 14, 2021 4:07 PM updated: June 14, 2021 4:54 PM
The Brazos Valley Chapter of the Texas A&M Hispanic Network hosted the 16th annual Texas A&M Hispanic Network Summit on April 16. This one-day conference is for Hispanic/Latinx former students working to engage in community and impact the university experience for current and future Aggies.
This year’s summit featured remarks from chairman of the board of The Texas A&M University System Elaine Mendoza ’87, a student leader panel discussion and a story of legacy from Dr. Felipe Hinojosa, director of the Carlos H. Cantu Hispanic Education and
The Texas A&M Hispanic Network is a Constituent Network of The Association of Former Students, which provides communications and organizational support. Learn more and get involved at AggieNetwork.com/TAMHN.