Director, University Marketing and Communications
mmccullo [at] trinity.edu
As the director of University Marketing and Communications, Michelle works with a team of professionals to expand the brand awareness for Trinity, engage alumni, drive enrollment, and build the Trinity brand. She also oversees the implementation of the university's marketing initiatives in alignment with the Trinity Tomorrow Strategic Plan. Michelle is a project management professional (PMP) and is originally from Scottsdale, Arizona. She is a Trinity alumna, college athlete, and proud supporter of the local art and music scene.
Associate Director, Creative Services & Editor, Trinity Magazine
jgoodri1 [at] trinity.edu
Jeanna Goodrich Balreira, a 2008 Trinity alumna, oversees the Trinity website and manages requests for creative services, including print and digital advertisements, event promotions, and online creative content. Jeanna is also the editor of Trinity magazine, and is always looking for creative and editorial inspiration--send some her way! She appreciates a punny joke, sings in German, and is always looking for new, delicious places to eat.
msaenz [at] trinity.edu
Monica L. Saenz is editor of LeeRoy and oversees its daily operation. She supports the director of marketing and communications and maintains all financial records for the office of University Marketing and Communications. She also supports the media staff with proofing and the distribution of news releases and is in charge of the media database. She has been at Trinity for 18 years and earned the Helen Heare McKinley Employee Excellence Award in Dec. 2008.
canchond [at] trinity.edu
Carlos Anchondo is the brand journalist for University Marketing and Communications and a 2014 Trinity graduate. He tells compelling stories in line with Trinity’s brand narrative in the form of web stories, editorial articles, and promotional marketing materials. Carlos writes for Trinity magazine, University newsletters, the University website, the Trinity Perspective magazine, and other University publications. He is also responsible for organization, editing, and dissemination of high-profile events information.
Web Communications Manager
dbullis [at] trinity.edu
Damon helps members of the Trinity community maintain their websites and provides training in Drupal, Dreamweaver, and Photoshop. Additionally, he designs and sends out the University's official newsletters: AlumNET, Tower News, President's Campus Update, Tiger Pride and Varsity-team-specific recaps/previews. He graduated from UTSA with B.B.A. in Infrastructure Assurance, Information Systems, and General Business. He has been a computer programmer since the Apple IIc and a web programmer since the days of Geocities.
Digital Content Producer
adinh [at] trinity.edu
Anh-Viet Dinh is the digital content producer in University Marketing and Communications. His role is to document campus events, organize and manage digital assets, and conduct photoshoots. He contributes to Trinity's website, the Trinity Magazine, and other marketing platforms. Anh-Viet graduated from Trinity University in 2015 with a B.S. in Biology.
vdubose [at] trinity.edu
Vee designs a wide range of publications for print and online, including brochures, posters, newsletters, ads, and e-vites to help University clients tell their story or publicize campus events. She oversees print production and advises on logo usage. Vee holds a B.F.A. from Stephen F. Austin State University. She is co-founder and current president of Cat Alliance | Trinity.
senoch [at] trinity.edu
Stephanie is originally a Marylander who joined the Trinity team as the front-end Drupal developer with a love of all things "web." She is responsible for building out highly efficient, user-friendly web and mobile experiences for the Trinity websites, and acts as a resource, supporter, and partner to the rest of the University Marketing and Communications team and University. Stephanie holds a B.S. from Towson University in Computer Information Systems.
Susie.Gonzalez [at] trinity.edu
Susie P. Gonzalez is senior manager of public relations in University Marketing and Communications. She handles media relations and writes and edits stories for the Tower News, the University's monthly newsletter, and for the AlumNet newsletter for alumni, and also contributes stories to the Trinity website and Trinity magazine. She is all about building brand awareness of Trinity University. She holds a B.A. from Louisiana State University and a master's degree from the University of the Incarnate Word and previously was a reporter and editor at the San Antonio Express-News.
jmoczyge [at] trinity.edu
Josh is the Sports Marketing Coordinator and co-producer of Tiger Network for University Marketing and Communications where he assists in website maintenance and updates, , action and still photography, publications, design, and promotions of student-athletes. Josh holds a B.S. in Business Administration from Trinity.
aramos2 [at] trinity.edu
Abel is the Marketing Analyst for University Marketing and Communications where he assists in data analysis, market research, and works closely with other members of the team to coordinate and implement marketing initiatives. Abel holds a B.A. in Communication from Trinity and worked in the eCommerce industry before returning to the University in 2015.
Video and Web Multimedia Content Developer
tstakes [at] trinity.edu
Taylor is the video and web multimedia content producer in University Marketing and Communications. He is responsible for all video production, editing, sound mixing, and motion graphics for the office, and assists with the Tiger Network. He has been behind the camera since he was in high school and holds a bachelor's from UTSA and a master’s in communication arts from The University of the Incarnate Word.
estumme [at] trinity.edu
Emily works with departments and offices across campus to update and maintain their content on the Trinity University website, including inside.trinity.edu; she also contributes work to T-SPACE. Emily is originally from Maryland, and holds a bachelor's degree in computer science from St. Mary's College of Maryland.