Texas A&M Corps of Cadets Announces 2021-2022 Leadership
Thirteen students representing four states and nine Texas cities will assume senior leadership roles in the Corps of Cadets next year.
COLLEGE STATION, Mar. 3, 2021 – The largest, oldest, and most visible student organization at Texas A&M University— the Corps of Cadets — has selected their senior leadership for the 2021-2022 school year.
Three cadets were identified to fill the most senior leadership positions of Corps Commander, Deputy Corps Commander and Chief of Staff:
- Corps Commander: Connor Fortier, Flower Mound, Texas. Industrial Distribution.
- Deputy Corps Commander: Andrew Bainbridge, Dripping Springs, Texas. Electrical Engineering.
- Chief of Staff: Anthony Roman, Ewa Beach, Hawaii. Nuclear Engineering.
Cadets complete a thorough selection process that consists of an application and an interview with a panel of peers and staff. All applicants are evaluated on academic performance, performance in the Corps, success in previous leadership positions, peer/staff evaluations, and their leadership vision for the future.
Ten cadets were also selected to serve as Major Unit Commanders for the Corps’ ten major units:
- 1st Brigade Commander: Anderson Tittle, Houston, Texas.
- 2nd Brigade Commander: Brendan Ertle, Manasquan, New Jersey.
- 3rd Brigade Commander: Thomas Gibbs, San Antonio, Texas.
- 1st Regiment Commander: Grace Pick, Owatonna, Minnesota.
- 2nd Regiment Commander: Madison Beall, Katy, Texas.
- 3rd Regiment Commander: Hayley Konecny, Weslaco, Texas.
- 1st Wing Commander: Grant Kirby, Katy, Texas.
- 2nd Wing Commander: Hannah Limburg, McKinney, Texas.
- 3rd Wing Commander: Mark Hill, The Woodlands, Texas.
- Aggie Band Commander: Jacob Abell, Keller, Texas.
Media contact: Amy Thompson, Texas A&M University Corps of Cadets, 979-862-1922, email@example.com.