Leanna Mouton is a senior majoring in management with a communication and honors studies minor in the McCoy College of Business Administration at Texas State University in San Marcos. A native of Houston, she graduated from Summer Creek High School.
In addition to her studies, Leanna volunteers her time in different organizations within Texas State University and her community. She is the former Student Foundation president, where she assisted the university president, dean of students, and other administrative staff in building tradition, spirit, and respectability for Texas State. She served as director of Annual Bobcat Pause Memorial Service, helping plan a presidential memorial service honoring Bobcats. She served as a residential advisor, mentoring residents on social, health, and education issues.
Leanna is a McCoy College of Business Administration Ambassador and a Servant Leader for the Cru Organization. She has volunteered with the A.W.A.R.E. therapeutic horse riding center, Morgan’s Wonderland, and the Meals on Wheels Birthday cakes for free program. She is also the marketing and social media specialist for the Circle of Change National Leadership Conference.
Leanna was a legacy intern for McCoy’s Building Supply; she worked in the Hardlines Merchandising Department on various projects to maintain market competitiveness. In this position, she also served as student advisor to business students and lead development training in self-awareness, conflict resolution, team building, and exceeding customer expectations.
Leanna has earned multiple awards; following is brief list of her accomplishments: Academic Honor Student; Student Foundation Crest Award – Legatus – Ambassador; Circle of Change “America’s next top leader” award; National Honor Society inductee; Dean’s list; Laurel Honors Living Learning Community – Outstanding Leader award; Educator of the year RA award; Community Builder of the year” RA award. Leanna brings with her to the Board a strong work ethic and passion for serving others as evidenced in her service as a student leader at Texas State University.