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Jamie Thomas, President
Jessica Williams, Vice-President
Amiee Fitzgibbon, Treasurer
Cynthia Delaney, Secretary

JamieJamie Thomas, President

Town where you live: Hurst, Texas

Degree you are earning: Bachelor of General Studies

Major: Business & Government

What do you want to do with your degree? Work in the federal government or similar legal environment.

If you have free-time, how do you like to spend it? I spend what little free time I have playing guitar, going to the movies, or going to concerts. I also go back and forth to Midland/Odessa a lot to visit my fiancé’s family.

Why did you want to be an EOE Officer? I wanted to be an EOE officer because I love being a part of a student organization that promotes the importance of education. I also have really missed being a part of a student organization in my first years in College.

What advice do you have for distance learners? The most important thing you can do for an online class is to login everyday and read the syllabus thoroughly. As long as you know what is expected of you, I think there-in lies the key to success.

Share anything else you’d like us to know about yourself: Other than being a full-time student, I’m planning a wedding, working full time at the Securities & Exchange Commission, and trying to learn the tools to become a great step-mother for when my seven year old step-daughter is around. I also hope to jump right into my Master’s degree when I finish my Bachelor’s degree in the spring.

Jessica Jessica Williams, Vice-President

Town where you live: Ft. Worth, Texas

Degree you are earning: MS in Health Studies

Major: Community/Population Health

What do you want to do with your degree? I would like to work with medically underserved populations

If you have free-time, how do you like to spend it? Sleeping or spending quality time with family and friends; watching Disney movies

Why did you want to be an EOE Officer? I chose the Vice President position because I wanted a challenge of becoming something more than simply being a member. I wanted to make my experience in EOE purposeful for myself and others.

What advice do you have for distance learners? Always plan ahead and stick to a schedule that works well for you. Time can be your friend if you manage it well.

Amiee Amiee Fitzgibbon, Treasurer

Town where you live: Bedford, Texas

Degree you are earning: Bachelor in General Studies

Major: Emphasis is in Government and Business

What do you want to do with your degree? Getting my degree opens a lot of doors for me. I have contemplated applying for an internship as a Contract Specialist with the Federal Government, taking the LSAT and going to Law School, getting my teachers certificate or using it to advance in my paralegal career.

If you have free-time, how do you like to spend it? In my free time between semesters I enjoy hanging out with my husband, family and friends. I have an adorable boxer that I enjoy playing with. I enjoy reading, cooking and movies. My husband and I would like to have children in the very near future!

Why did you want to be an EOE Officer? I enjoy mentoring people and thought this would be a great opportunity. I also thought it would look good on my resume!

What advice do you have for distance learners? Time management is crucial. Mark off time in your schedule for “class.” Mark important pages with post-it’s and name the post it, with the subject that relates to that post it, this is a great tool when taking an open book test.

Share anything else you’d like us to know about yourself: I’m excited to be a part of Epsilon Omega Epsilon and can’t wait to get to know you all.

CynthiaCynthia Delaney, Secretary

Town where you live: Denton, Texas

Degree you are earning: EMBA

Major: Business Administration

What do you want to do with your degree? I would love to be an administrator in the higher education field.

If you have free-time, how do you like to spend it? I enjoy spending time with my husband and 3 year-old son, reading and crafting.

Why did you want to be an EOE Officer? To help ensure the success of EOE in its flagship year and to support fellow members in their distance learning experience.

What advice do you have for distance learners? Time management and organization skills are critical. As soon as a syllabus is available, I schedule my assignments on a shared calendar that combines my work, personal and school schedules. I can access this calendar to make adjustments at work, home or on my blackberry phone. I would be lost without it!

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