"Gage is a junior Urban and Regional Planning Major minoring in Public Administration, and receiving certification in GIS and Location Analysis. He grew up in San Marcos and when it came to choosing a University, Texas State’s Geography Department outshines all others. He is pursuing a career in Urban Planning because when he was a senior in high school, he served on the Steering Committee for the San Marcos Youth Master Plan and realized he had a passion for bettering his city. He currently interns at Town Creek Texas in New Braunfels, Texas."
"Yvonne is an Urban and Regional Planning major with a minor in Political Communication. She earned an Associate of Arts in GIS and GIS certificate from Austin Community College. Yvonne is a current intern at the Texas General Land Office. She has additional GIS experience with Texas Natural Resource Information System, Drilling Info, and Capital Area Council of Government. Yvonne studied government and economics in Lima, Peru this past summer. During her 5 weeks in Peru, she was able to visit to Machu Picchu, Lake Titicaca, La Huacachina, and the Amazon Jungle. Yvonne is member of Gamma Theta Upsilon. She is also Treasurer for SWIGGIS-Austin and President of Alpha Gamma Pi Alumni Association of Phi Theta Kappa International Honor Society."
"Molly is a junior Urban and Regional Planning major with a minor in Public Administration and Honors Studies. Besides her involvement in SUPO, she is the President of Supporting Women in Geography and is involved with the Honors College. Her interests include hiking, reading, and environmentalism."
Jeanette Mercado Chamorro
"Jeanette is a senior majoring in Urban and Regional Planning at Texas State University. She is currently a GIS Intern for the Planning Department in the City of San Marcos after serving in the military for 4 years. She enjoys spending time with her family, watching British TV shows, and good food."
Mr. Mark L Carter
SUPO Faculty Advisor
"Mr. Carter has taught urban planning courses, served as student organization advisor and mentored many successful urban planning students and alumni during his 15 years as a Texas State University Geography Department faculty member.
Mark practices a simple new-urbanist planning principle of living close to his work and using a bicycle as his primary form of transportation and encourages his students to think about building pedestrian and bicycle-friendly communities."