315 Tauber St, College Station, TX 77840, USA
Meet the Team
Terry is responsible for overseeing staff, working with the local Advisory Board, and raising funds to support an outstanding mentoring program. She has been with the Brazos Valley branch since 2001. Born and raised in New Jersey, she worked as a pastor, teacher, and counselor in Rochester, New York before moving to College Station, Texas in 1996. She has a B.S. in Chemistry from Fairleigh Dickinson University, a M.A. in Counseling/Theology from Houston Graduate School of Theology, and she was ordained in 2003 by the United Methodist Church. With her husband Ed, she has three sons - Russell, John, and Edward. She is the proud grandmother of Townes, June, and Emer.
Originally from Kerrville, Texas, Terri has been with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Brazos Valley since October of 2015. She has a B.A. in Psychology from the University of Texas at Austin and a M.S. in Psychology from Utah State University. She has previously worked as a high school counselor and stay-at-home mom to her 3 sons she has with her husband Daryl - Martin, Spencer, and Stuart.
Clotilde was born and raised in France. After receiving her PhD in Chemistry in 1985, she moved to College Station to work in research in the field of bioorganic chemistry at Texas A&M, where she met her husband, Patricio Santander. In May 2008 she changed careers and started working for Big Brothers Big Sisters of Brazos Valley in Customer Relations and Enrollment Specialist. In January 2010 she joined the pastoral staff of St. Mary’s Catholic Center in College Station as Campus minister in charge of Prolife, Social Justice, Community Services and Missions, and Hispanic Ministry until May 2019. Clotilde returned to work for Big Brothers Big Sisters as Parent/Youth Manager in August 2019.
Karen has been with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Brazos Valley for over two years as volunteer manager. In this position she cultivates and sustains relationships with our community volunteers, monitors and supervises the matches, and works with our volunteers to discuss and encourage the building and maintaining of developmental relationships and building the 40 Assets in our “Littles.” Karen has extensive experience with children in both a professional and volunteer basis. She has worked in youth ministry, with Girl Scouts of Central Texas, and volunteers as a chapter advisor for Gamma Phi Beta sorority at Texas A&M. Karen and her husband moved to College Station five years ago from Kentucky, and are the proud parents of Alex (fighting Texas Aggie Class of ’18), Zack, and Kate.
Marketing and Communications Manager
Maggie attended Texas A&M University where she earned a bachelor's degree in Biology with a minor in Psychology. After interning with Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Brazos Valley during her undergrad, she joined the team as a full time employee. As the Marketing and Communications Manager, Maggie oversees the social media platforms, website development, community outreach, and recruitment events. Maggie has always had a passion for uplifting her community and is excited to continue working in a field where the undeniable impact is seen and felt through every mentoring match made.
Mentoring Services Manager
Leslie K. Davis graduated from Hearne High School and received her bachelor’s degree in business from the University of Phoenix. Leslie is a Mentoring Services Manager for Robertson County. She works directly in the schools with students during their after-school program and oversees the HS Bigs Program and the community-based mentoring program. Leslie enjoys working with children. She is the Founder and President of A Reason to Dream, which is a non-profit youth organization. A Reason to Dream’s mission is to promote healthier life skills, improve education skills and build character in young people to help them sustain a successful life. Leslie has always had a passion to serve the welfare of others she is also a team member of I Heart Hearne, whose goal is to bring love and unity through community events. When Leslie isn’t working, she enjoys spending family time with her husband and their 4 daughters. In her spare time Leslie enjoys writing. She is one of the Co-authors of “Impact of Influence” Volume 6, written by Chip Baker and other powerful influencers.
Shaquicia (Qui) is the Parent Youth Manager in Brazos County. Her true calling has always been working with children and families. During her undergraduate career, she attended Cisco Junior College. She transferred to LeTourneau University where she received her bachelor’s degree in Psychology. She furthered her education and received her master’s degree in Parent/Child Adolescent Development from Liberty University. She strives daily to have an impact in someone’s life in a positive way.