Club Officers

Leo Mathers ’14
President

Hometown: Keller, TX
Email: dcaggiepresident@gmail.com

Matt Rossiter ’01
First Vice President

Hometown : Oil City, PADC
Email:  dcaggiefirstvp@gmail.com
Favorite Aggie Tradition: The Big Event

Meredith Mendoza ’19
VP of Communications

Hometown: Plano, TX
Email:  dcaggies.comm@gmail.com
Favorite Aggie Tradition: Aggie Ring

Rex Rhyne ’06
VP of Finance

Hometown: Houston, TX
Email:  DCAggieFinance@gmail.com
Favorite Aggie Tradition: Silver Taps

Matt Fransted ’10
VP of Military & Veteran Affairs

Hometown: Arlington, Texas
Favorite Aggie Tradition: Muster (and Aggies at Arlington once it becomes a tradition next year!)

Jared Reese ’17
VP of Activities

Hometown: Houston, Texas
Favorite Aggie Tradition: The Corps of Cadets

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Board of Directors

Emmanual A. Guillory

Emmanual currently serves as the Director of Student and Institutional Aid Policy at the National Association of Independent Colleges and Universities. In this role, he serves as the lead policy expert on Title IV federal student assistance programs and institutional aid programs in Titles III and V of the Higher Education Act. He is responsible for developing NAICU’s policy positions on student and institutional aid, in conjunction with the association’s member college, university, and association presidents. Guillory also represents those policy positions on the behalf of NAICU to the United States Congress, the White House, the Department of Education, and other agencies as warranted. Previously, Emmanual served as the Director for Public Policy and Government Affairs at UNCF (United Negro College Fund, Inc.) for two years and served a decade in the House of Representatives, most recently as a Professional Staff Member on the Committee on Education and the Workforce. He is a 2020 and 2021 recipient of the Hill’s Top Lobbyist recognition, a recipient of the Top Executive Award from Marquis Who’s Who of America, and he was elected to serve as President of the Committee for Education Funding, the largest educational coalition in our country. 

Bridger Roy

Bridger Roy ’02 is originally from Richmond, Texas. He currently serves as a Lead Associate for Booz Allen Hamilton, supporting the U.S. Department of Defense and Intelligence Agencies. He also does part-time independent consulting and advisory roles for various start-up industries, including construction technology and FinTech. He served as a White House Presidential Appointee for the U.S. Department of Agriculture for the George W. Bush administration (2005-2009). Bridger currently serves as a 2002 Alumni Class Agent. He has held prior DC Aggie Club Officer positions (2005-2008). While at Texas A&M University, he was involved in various organizations, including Aggie Bonfire, Corps of Cadets Company A-1, 2002 Class Council, and the Aggie Orientation Leadership Program. He also served as Class Gift Chair. Bridger holds a Bachelor of Science in Agricultural Development from Texas A&M University and a Certificate in Homeland Security from the George Bush H.W. School of Government & Public Service. He also holds a Master of Arts in Global Policy from Johns Hopkins University and a Master of Public Administration from Syracuse University. In his spare time, you can find Bridger either at the gym, outdoor venues, BBQing, hiking, traveling, or attending Nats games. He also is an Alumni Ambassador for Syracuse University and a Mentor for current Hopkins Graduate Students.

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Gig ‘Em!

Come back soon!

Gig ‘Em!