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Texas A&M University-Kingsville Foundation Announces Newest Trustees


Jenilee Rollefstad

Texas A&M University-Kingsville Foundation



April 24, 2024 (Kingsville, TX) –The Texas A&M University-Kingsville Foundation begins the new year pleased to announce the addition of two influential members to its Board of Trustees – Roxanne Ramirez ’80, and Dr. Roger Campos ’81.   

“Both Mrs. Ramirez and Dr. Campos are outstanding examples of alumni who have not only committed themselves to personal and professional excellence and success but have also prioritized giving back to the next generation of Javelinas,” remarked Dr. Robert Vela, Texas A&M University-Kingsville President.

“I am proud to work alongside selfless visionaries to move South Texas forward.”


Ramirez held the post of Chief Executive Officer at CNF Technologies, a San Antonio-based cybersecurity company, for five years; beginning in 2016. She currently serves as Principal and Board Member for CNF. In 2017, San Antonio Business Journal recognized Ramirez as one of the city’s top CEOs. Last year, Ramirez was honored at the SABJ Women’s Leadership Awards, among twenty-five of San Antonio’s most accomplished business and industry leaders. Despite her success, Ramirez is most proud of her community projects.

At her alma mater, she helped established the CNF Technologies & The Ramirez Family Scholarship in 2022. 

Dr. Campos has held a dedicated career in dentistry, currently serves as President for Campos Family Dental, P.C., one of the largest private dental employers in San Antonio. Dr. Campos previously served as a Texas A&M-Kingsville Foundation Board Trustee in 2005 until 2008, and again in 2010 for one year. He is a member of the Legacy Society and in 2011, was a Distinguished Alumni Award recipient.


Dr. Campos has been a generous supporter of Javelina Athletics and university efforts for many years. He has been a leader in the recruitment and mentoring of students, in particular, with the National Natural Toxins Research Center.

“We’re thrilled to welcome a dynamic duo of new Trustees to the Board. Each brings tremendous talent to the university’s Foundation and they are leaders in their chosen professions,” remarked Brad Walker, Vice President of Institutional Advancement and Texas A&M-Kingsville Foundation CEO.

“To have the likes of Roxanne Ramirez, and Dr. Roger Campos, working directly with Chairman Sanchez and President Vela will mean great things for our students. They are wonderful representatives of our alumni and supporters.”


About Texas A&M University-Kingsville Foundation, Inc.

Since 1972, the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Foundation, Inc. has been serving the mission of Texas A&M University-Kingsville to aid in support of scholarship, research and service through private funding. To learn more, visit www.javelinagiving.org/about


About Texas A&M University-Kingsville

Texas A&M University-Kingsville is the first comprehensive public, research institution of higher learning in South Texas. Founded in 1925, Texas A&M University-Kingsville transforms lives and creates well-rounded leaders through a commitment to excellence in teaching and learning and the pursuit of research and discovery. With a focus on student success, the University offers high-quality undergraduate, graduate, and doctoral education. Our graduates advance the vitality of their communities, both locally and globally, with courage and integrity. To learn more, visit www.tamuk.edu