A select group of highly involved student leaders at Texas A&M University, the Maroon Coats serve as the student ambassadors of the Texas A&M Foundation. The group enhances the impact of the Foundation through stewardship and service. Their duties include interacting with donors at special events, providing a student perspective during fundraising meetings, writing thank you notes to donors and hosting donors or friends of the Foundation on campus visits.
As part of an executive council that comprises four Maroon Coats, Bosse will serve as president in the 2014-2015 academic year. In her role, she will lead executive council meetings, guide the selections process for Maroon Coat prospects, facilitate training and increase campus awareness about the group.
“Being a part of the Maroon Coats organization is one of the most amazing experiences I have had as a student at Texas A&M,” said Bosse. “It is extremely humbling to be selected to lead this impressive group of students, and I know we will accomplish great things together.”
The daughter of Ricky and Melisa Bosse, Deanna Bosse received her bachelor’s degrees in 2013 in agricultural economics and agribusiness. She is now pursuing a masters in agricultural communications and journalism, and will graduate in May of 2015. Story and photo courtesy of the Texas A&M Foundation.