Rachel Myers Hi, my name is Rachel Myers and I am a senior finance major from Wills Point, TX. Over the past several years, I have enjoyed being a part of various student organizations on campus including Sigma Phi Lambda, the Rawls Business Leadership Program, Student Government Association, and the Women's Leadership Institute. I also currently serve as the president of President's Select, the official student ambassador group on campus. I have also had the opportunity to work as a student assistant in the Office of the President. I am most proud of being selected as a 2014 Terry scholar and am grateful for the blessings and opportunities the Terry Foundation has provided over my college career After graduation, I plan on pursuing a career in the banking industry.

Rachel Myers

Hi, my name is Rachel Myers and I am a senior finance major from Wills Point, TX. Over the past several years, I have enjoyed being a part of various student organizations on campus including Sigma Phi Lambda, the Rawls Business Leadership Program, Student Government Association, and the Women's Leadership Institute. I also currently serve as the president of President's Select, the official student ambassador group on campus. I have also had the opportunity to work as a student assistant in the Office of the President. I am most proud of being selected as a 2014 Terry scholar and am grateful for the blessings and opportunities the Terry Foundation has provided over my college career After graduation, I plan on pursuing a career in the banking industry.

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Colton Davis Hi, my name is Colton Davis and I am a Senior Chemistry major from Mansfield, Texas. I currently serve as the apple-polishing chair for Mortar during the 2017-2018 school year. Outside of Mortar Board, I am involved in multiple other organizations. I currently serve as the Vice President of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. I also serve on the Interfraternity Council as the Vice President of Recruitment, where I oversee the entire week of Formal Recruitment for the Men’s Fraternities. I am currently a Senator for the College of Arts & Sciences for the Student Government Association. During my time at Texas Tech, I have worked in undergraduate research for Dr. Michael Mayer researching specifically the synthesis of mechanically interlocked molecules. I am excited to begin my graduate school applications during the fall semester, where I hope to eventually earn my Ph.D. in pharmaceutical science. My time at Texas Tech has been incredible, and I am excited to see where my future takes me. Wreck ‘em!!

Colton Davis

Hi, my name is Colton Davis and I am a Senior Chemistry major from Mansfield, Texas. I currently serve as the apple-polishing chair for Mortar during the 2017-2018 school year. Outside of Mortar Board, I am involved in multiple other organizations. I currently serve as the Vice President of the Alpha Tau Omega Fraternity. I also serve on the Interfraternity Council as the Vice President of Recruitment, where I oversee the entire week of Formal Recruitment for the Men’s Fraternities. I am currently a Senator for the College of Arts & Sciences for the Student Government Association. During my time at Texas Tech, I have worked in undergraduate research for Dr. Michael Mayer researching specifically the synthesis of mechanically interlocked molecules. I am excited to begin my graduate school applications during the fall semester, where I hope to eventually earn my Ph.D. in pharmaceutical science. My time at Texas Tech has been incredible, and I am excited to see where my future takes me. Wreck ‘em!!

 
Abby Rhynehart My name is Abby Rhynehart. I am a senior psychology major from Amarillo, Texas. I am minoring in addictions, and one day hope to become a family therapist specializing in addiction and art therapy. I have a huge passion for kids in need so I hope to one day travel to third world countries while integrating my major in psychology. I am very involved in a sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma. I served on executive council as a Panhellenic Delegate and I now serve as the President. It is an honor to be apart of Mortar Board and I can't wait to group with this group of people.  

Abby Rhynehart

My name is Abby Rhynehart. I am a senior psychology major from Amarillo, Texas. I am minoring in addictions, and one day hope to become a family therapist specializing in addiction and art therapy. I have a huge passion for kids in need so I hope to one day travel to third world countries while integrating my major in psychology. I am very involved in a sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma. I served on executive council as a Panhellenic Delegate and I now serve as the President. It is an honor to be apart of Mortar Board and I can't wait to group with this group of people.  

Lauren Pert HI!!! My name is Lauren Pert and I am a Biology major from Wichita Falls, TX. Currently, I serve as the President of a Panhellenic Honor Society, Rho Lambda, and am the Vice President of Organization for my sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Also, I serve as the Initiation Chair for this next year’s Mortar Board class (hopefully some of you !! ) and am an Honors Ambassador! Additionally, I work as tutor for the SOAR office. Lastly, I serve as an undergraduate Free Clinic Leader; working at the Free Clinic has been my most cherished and beneficial opportunity I have had as an undergraduate. The Clinic has taught me copious amounts of information about the Lubbock community, the intricate patient-physician interaction, and how I can make an impact in my role as a future healthcare provider. I have been passionate about pursuing medicine since a young age, and I am so fortunate to say this past year I was accepted to TTUHSC School of Medicine! I am ecstatic to continue to call Lubbock my home as I begin the journey into becoming an OB-GYN!

Lauren Pert

HI!!! My name is Lauren Pert and I am a Biology major from Wichita Falls, TX. Currently, I serve as the President of a Panhellenic Honor Society, Rho Lambda, and am the Vice President of Organization for my sorority, Kappa Kappa Gamma. Also, I serve as the Initiation Chair for this next year’s Mortar Board class (hopefully some of you !! ) and am an Honors Ambassador! Additionally, I work as tutor for the SOAR office. Lastly, I serve as an undergraduate Free Clinic Leader; working at the Free Clinic has been my most cherished and beneficial opportunity I have had as an undergraduate. The Clinic has taught me copious amounts of information about the Lubbock community, the intricate patient-physician interaction, and how I can make an impact in my role as a future healthcare provider. I have been passionate about pursuing medicine since a young age, and I am so fortunate to say this past year I was accepted to TTUHSC School of Medicine! I am ecstatic to continue to call Lubbock my home as I begin the journey into becoming an OB-GYN!

Brenda Guardiola My name is Brenda Guardiola, and I am a first generation college student starting my fourth year as an undergraduate student at the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. I am double majoring in Finance and Accounting, along with a minor in Spanish. I am a well rounded individual that has been involved in numerous organizations, including Pegasus, Hispanic Scholarship Fund chapter at Texas Tech, Hispanic Student Society, Rawls Diplomats, Association of Latino Professional Finance and Accounting, and Alpha Lambda Delta/Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society. I currently hold the position of community chair and speaker liaison in Unidos por un Mismo Idioma and Mortar Board, respectively. My proudest moment was being award the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, as this gave me the opportunity to study abroad at the Texas Tech Center in Seville, Spain. After graduation, I desire working a few years at a big four accounting firm as an auditor. Then I plan to transition into the oil and gas industry, where I aspire to eventually become the chief financial officer or senior business analyst. During my free time I enjoy hiking, traveling, kayaking, and spending time with loved ones. 

Brenda Guardiola

My name is Brenda Guardiola, and I am a first generation college student starting my fourth year as an undergraduate student at the Rawls College of Business at Texas Tech University. I am double majoring in Finance and Accounting, along with a minor in Spanish. I am a well rounded individual that has been involved in numerous organizations, including Pegasus, Hispanic Scholarship Fund chapter at Texas Tech, Hispanic Student Society, Rawls Diplomats, Association of Latino Professional Finance and Accounting, and Alpha Lambda Delta/Phi Eta Sigma National Honor Society. I currently hold the position of community chair and speaker liaison in Unidos por un Mismo Idioma and Mortar Board, respectively. My proudest moment was being award the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship, as this gave me the opportunity to study abroad at the Texas Tech Center in Seville, Spain. After graduation, I desire working a few years at a big four accounting firm as an auditor. Then I plan to transition into the oil and gas industry, where I aspire to eventually become the chief financial officer or senior business analyst. During my free time I enjoy hiking, traveling, kayaking, and spending time with loved ones.