About Us

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Raquel Masco

Howdy! I am Raquel Masco - native Texas girl and resident of Bryan/College Station! I am Founder & CEO/Parenting Consulting Facilitator of SingleMoms Created4Change
Advocacy and Empowerment Center a nonprofit for single mothers and married
mothers functioning as single parents established in 2011. SMC4C serves women and
their families in the Brazos Valley and beyond. I am also Founder & CEO of Raquel
Produces Productions (est 2020) which published CultureMark Magazine a Black
culture publication for the Brazos Valley. Raquel Produces Productions also hosts a
LiveChat on Facebook BlackVoicesToday as well as Podcast - Culture Chatter. In May
of 2021, I took on a full time position as Graduate Program Assistant in the Department
of Biochemistry and Biophysics at Texas A&M University! I help run the department's
Ph.D. program. I am still active with SMC4C on a part-time basis. I am the proud mother
to my beautiful son Tré who has been my co-host on a monthly podcast episode Mom &
Son Chat featured on Culture Chatter. Tré lives in Denton with his partner Jordan and
my 4 fur grandkids (2 dogs 2 cats). I am active within the community through acting and
directing with one of the local community theaters and with various organizations
including Elder Aid Board of Directors and on national level with the Patient Leadership
Council of the Arthritis Foundation. Supporting the Aggie LGBTQ is also a passion of
mine. I am honored and excited to have been given the opportunity to serve as the
2022-2023 President of the wonderful TAMU Women's Club! I look forward to an
amazing and progressive year.

Magen Jordan
Programs First VP / Co-Chair of Community Outreach

Howdy! I joined TAMU in August 2021, coordinating the Child Psychiatry Access Network in the Department of Psychiatry and Behavioral Health! I graduated in ’17 with my BS in Public Health from Sam Houston State University and my Master of Public Health in ’21. I previously coordinated six doctoral programs for the College of Education at SHSU and served as the president of the Population Health Graduation Organization. After living in Huntsville for over eight years, I am thrilled to have made my way to Aggie Land, where I am building new friendships with amazing women in our community. In addition to all the busyness in my life, I am a boy mom to rambunctious full-of-life kiddo, KJ, who keeps me on my toes! I have a heart of service and could not be more excited to serve on the board as the First VP/Programs and Co-Chair of the Community Outreach interest group!

Kay Fitzpatrick Simmons
2nd VP/Membership

Howdy TAMU Women’s Club. I earned both a BS and MS from Texas A&M University in the 1980s and then returned several years later to work for the Texas A&M Transportation Institute.
That job, along with raising four children, kept me very busy until the kids started leaving the nest. As an empty nester, I decided to take on new challenges and activities, and joined the Women’s Club Gourmet Club and Book Club. I am honored to serve the organization this year as the Membership Chair.

Anna Stepanova

I moved to College Station in 2008, and have been working at Texas A&M University since 2011. I am currently an associate research scientist at the Department of Computer Science and Engineering. I joined TAMU Women’s club in 2015, and have been a member of the Contemporary book club, and the Arts & Culture groups since then. I have been the chair for the Arts & Culture group for the last four years.
I have made great friends through the TAMU Women’s club and enjoy meeting new members every year.
My hobbies are reading, sports, traveling with my family, and I enjoy art.

Marcy Moorhead

Howdy! I’m Aggie Class of ‘95. I received a BBA at Texas A&M University with an emphasis in Business Management. I reside in Fulshear, TX, outside of Katy. I am married to my husband of 24 years, David, and children, Lauren (21) and Kyle (17). I am a 2nd generation Aggie.

In 2012, my husband and I began our work in India to help rescue children from different forms of slavery: rock quarries, brothels, brick kilns, street begging. Those in our care we give the child a new life, a safe home, food, basic education, medical care and age appropriate vocational training. Over the last 9 years, we have helped support the rescue of over 25,000 children. Through our vocational training program, we have graduated over 900 into the workforce in India. We have personally given back over 1M from their salaries to help the mission. Aggies want to help Aggies in any way possible! It’s so amazing to see donations that come in from Aggies across the country, even the NFL.

Kim Hagerty

You can change my bio to having moved here almost 6 years ago. Married to Paul, Class of '80, with 2 Aggie kids, Meghan, '08 and Kyle '13. Aggieland is a great place because lots of our friends are moving back, thanks to my personalized and customized real estate services.

Maria Teresa Reynolds

I met my Aggie husband in 2010.  We moved back to BCS in 2014.  I still enjoy the occasional adventure.

Susan Smith

Susan earned a Bachelor’s Degree in Education from University of Texas at
Austin in 1975, and a M.Ed. in Educational Leadership from University of
Houston in 1993. She worked as a teacher and Elementary School Principal for
29 years and retired in 2007. Susan’s volunteerism experience includes the
following: Voices for Children of the Brazos Valley, member of the board for 7
years; Kappa Alpha Theta Facility Corporation Board for 11 years; Brazos County Master Gardener since 2009.

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