Thomasina Lee, President
Thomasina was initiated into the Zeta Mu chapter at the University of Texas at Arlington in the fall of 2005. While pursuing her Bachelors in Economics, she served in various roles during her collegiate years including Social Committee Chair, VP Finance, and Chapter President. Thomasina graduated in December 2008 and has been an active member of Cowtown since then. Professionally, she has worked in Finance and Accounting since graduation and is currently a Finance Manager in Dallas. Thomasina is also a proud mom of three children and during her off hours she with her husband are slowly but actively renovating their home.
Jessica Wold, Vice President Chapter Operations
Jessica was initiated into the Delta Upsilon chapter at Texas Christian University in Fall 2014 while pursuing her Energy MBA. Jessica happily accompanied her husband Jared Wold to UTA DSP chapter and volunteer events, met some amazing people in his chapter and local alumni chapters, and then decided to join herself while at TCU. Professionally, she has worked as a Petroleum Geologist since graduating with her M.S. Geology from Western Michigan University in 2008. In her free time, she likes to travel with her husband, listen to an excessive amount of audiobooks, and take her dog on car rides.
Charlie Kenney, Vice President Collegiate Relations
Charlie was initiated into the Delta Epsilon Chapter at the University of North Texas in the fall of 2011. While pursuing his Bachelors in Human Resources, he served as Senior Vice-President and VP Alumni Relations. Charlie graduated in December 2013 and has been an active member of Dallas Area Alumni Chapter where he served as Chapter President. Professionally, he is a HR Business Partner and is currently studying for his PHR Certification. Charlie enjoys volunteering for Optimist International, as well as visiting art museums and crossing locations off his travel bucket lists.
Amanda Wood, Vice President Finance
Amanda was initiated into the Delta Epsilon chapter at the University of North Texas in the spring of 2002. She has served in a variety of roles in the Fraternity, including Regional Vice President, District Director, Provincial Committee Chair, and Cowtown officer. Her favorite DSP memory was watching her home chapter receive a National Award at the 2009 Grand Chapter Congress. Professionally she has worked in accounting since graduating from UNT with a BS in accounting. She received her MBA in May 2011 from UTA, then went on to obtain her CPA license. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hanging out with family and friends, traveling, and various outdoor activities like hiking, swimming, and kayaking.