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Epsilon Omega Epsilon Board of Trustees

EOE Advisors

AnnieAnnie Phillips Newton
Assistant Director of Commuter & Distance Education Student Services

Annie has a Master's degree in Communication Studies from the University of North Texas and a Bachelor's degree in Broadcast Journalism from Angelo State University. She began her career at TWU in the Fall of 2007 teaching Public Speaking. In addition, she has contributed to TWU as the Advisor of The Lasso, TWU’s student run newspaper. Today, Annie focuses on helping off-campus and online students connect with each other and TWU through the use of social networks and other new media. After careers in television news, public relations, and software training, Annie now enjoys using her skills and life experiences to help students find success at TWU and beyond.

Jessica Burchfield
Program Coordinator of Commuter & Non-Traditional Student Services

Jessica earned a Master’s Degree in Counseling Psychology and a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology from Texas Woman’s University. She began her career at TWU in the Summer of 2012. Jessica worked as a TWU graduate assistant in various Student Life departments while pursuing her education. In addition, Jessica has experience working with troubled youth as a counselor. Today, Jessica coordinates the Holiday Gift Program, the Apartment Fair, Veterans Day as well as National Non-traditional Student Week. Jessica also advises two honor societies and assists with the oversight of the Empowering Women as Leaders scholarship. She looks forward to helping any and all students in need to exceed their own personal, professional, and educational goals here at Texas Woman’s University.

Other Board Members

BrandieBrandie Golleher
BGS Program Director

Brandie has been at Texas Woman’s University since 2001. She has a Master’s degree in Government and a Bachelor’s degree in Government with an emphasis in Legal Studies.  As a student, Brandie served in organizations such as Partners for recruitment, Student Government Association, Pi Sigma Alpha Honor Society, Phi Alpha Theta Honor Society, Barristers pre-law club, Alpha Theta Omega Sorority, and was a TWU Outstanding Campus Leader recipient. Brandie currently holds the position of program director within the Bachelor of General Studies Program, and teaches as an adjunct instructor for the History and Government department. Prior to working with General Studies, she worked within the departments of History and Government, the TWU Academic Advising Center, and the Law Enforcement Management Institute.   


Amy O'Keefe
Director of Commuter & Non-traditional Student Services

Amy earned a Master's degree in Educational Administration from Southern Illinois University, Carbondale, IL and a Bachelor's in Philosophy from Miami University, Oxford, OH.  Prior to working in higher education, she worked in the field of child abuse and neglect. She has served commuter and nontraditional students over 6 years, including founding the TWU Office for Commuter & Non-traditional Students (2006) and serving on national commuter student organizations.  Amy is passionate about meeting the unique needs of commuters, student parents, veterans, adult learners, online and transfer students. 

AnneAnne Scott
Director of Alumni Relations

Anne began her responsibilities at TWU in November, 2007. Anne came to TWU from the OSU Alumni Association at Oklahoma State University – Stillwater, where she had been for 10 years.  She holds two degrees from Oklahoma State. Anne is active in CASE (Council for Advancement and Support of Education), the professional organization for Alumni Relations and Development professionals.  At TWU Anne is responsible for alumni communications and programming for all of the TWU campuses – Denton, Dallas and Houston.  She advises the STARS Council, a student alumni relations group that assists with alumni events, and with other affiliated alumni groups including the Association of TWU Black Alumni.


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