Hey, Red Raiders! My name is Kendall Toelle and I am extremely honored and humbled to serve as your External Vice President for the 2023-2024 academic year.
I am a senior studying chemistry with a double minor in mathematics and biology on the pre-dental track. I was born and raised in Lubbock as a second-generation Red Raider. When deciding where to go to college, I didn't even think of Tech as an option because I believed to have the true college experience you had to move far away from home. However, after taking my tour, I knew that nowhere else would open as many doors as possible to me, and Tech has done just that. Tech has given me endless opportunities.
Throughout the past three years as a Texas Tech student, I have had many opportunities to become involved on campus. Within Student Government Association, I began as a member of First Year Council, then the following year as an Arts & Sciences Senator, then the next as an At-Large Senator. Now I have the privilege of serving alongside my amazing team as an executive officer.
Additionally, I serve as the President of my sorority, Chi Omega. I am a member of Mortar Board, one of the most prestigious senior honor societies on campus surrounding the pillars of scholarship, service, and leadership. I am a member of the President's Select organization and work as a campus ambassador through this organization. Alongside these things, I participate in undergraduate research studying the properties of pharmaceuticals and their ability to co-crystallize.
I am so happy to have the opportunity to continue my work in the Student Government Association alongside some of my closest friends. We all have a great love for our university and will work extensively to make meaningful changes to better the college experience for all Red Raiders. I am ready to work for you and ready to make things happen.
As External Vice President, my role will be to work with the university, the city of Lubbock, and the state and federal government to ensure the safety and success of our students both on and off campus. This year, I look forward to not only maintaining existing relationships between Texas Tech and surrounding partners but bettering them. I am excited to magnify the voice of every student and to strive for excellence during this term.
If you ever have any questions, concerns, or would just like to talk, please do not hesitate to reach out to me at email@example.com. My office doors are always open in Room 302