Don Crawford ’64  
Executive Director                                                                                                                                       

A former member of Squadron 2, served 30 years in the Air Force on active duty and reserve status.  He has owned multiple manufacturing firms in Texas, Louisiana and New Mexico.  Establishing the Corps Leadership Outreach Program in 1988 that became the Aggie Corps Recruiting Program, he was instrumental in establishing the Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association in 1993 and has served as the Executive Director since establishment.  He serves as a member of the Texas A&M President’s Board of Visitors and a member of the Corps Hall of Honor.  

Julie Pontikes ’95
Associate Director

After graduation, Julie was employed by The Nestle Corporation in the Marketing Department. She became the first official employee of the Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association, in the fall of 1998. She is currently responsible for the Association database and Membership Program to include member gifts and the association plaque program. During her tenure, Julie has performed all operational functions. 

Dawn Ament '95
Publications Coordinator

After graduating in '95 with a B.A. in Journalism, Dawn received her teaching license in Secondary Education and taught high school English. She married Steve '94, H-1 Raider, and after his tour in the Marine Corps ended they lived in the Indianapolis area for 10 years. In 2010 they jumped at the chance to move back to Aggieland! Dawn now serves on PTO Boards within College Station ISD where her son, Tristan, and daughter Audrey, attend school. She is a founding board member of the Young Men’s Service League Aggieland Chapter and the National Charity League Aggieland Chapter where she volunteers with her children. She is the Managing Editor for the CCA magazine--the Guidon--and edits CCA publications and correspondence. 

Jill Kizer Bright '91
Membership & Development

Jill has returned to College Station after a 15-year leave of absence when she married her active duty Marine husband.  She has been a branch manager for an advertising agency, marketing director for a publishing company, and most recently a sales/marketing manager for a fitness center.  Jill has spent numerous hours mentoring Marine spouses and volunteering in the past 15 years.  She and her husband James have three children: Maggie, James and Jeb.  Jill will be responsible for all the Association's membership, including recruitment, retention and providing support to members.  

Pamela Loupot Brummett
Administration & Development Coordinator

Pam is a third generation Aggie, married to an Army Officer for almost twenty-five years, and the mother of Toby ’19 D-2, and two future Aggies, Cody '22 and Kaylee '24. Formerly, she has owned two businesses, volunteered with Army Family Readiness Groups, Army Family Team Building, Army Family Action Plan, and Officers Spouses Club Board. She and her husband, Kevin '93, have returned to Aggieland to properly enjoy his retirement. Pam is passionate about Aggie Football, Women’s Basketball, and the Corps of Cadets, believing “all Aggie Traditions will continue to live on as long as we have the Corps.”

Amy Hohlt Corcoran ’96
Communications Coordinator

After graduating from Texas A&M, Amy married Kelly Corcoran ’95, E-1 Jock. They moved to the Dallas area, where Amy taught 4th grade and was a Technology Specialist for Irving ISD.  In 2005, they made their way back to College Station.  She is now responsible for keeping our members up to date of what is going on around the Quad and on Campus.  She has two boys, AJ, Class of ’24 and Cade, Class of ’29.

Dennis Davenport ’01
Outreach Coordinator

From 1988 until his retirement in 2005, Dennis Davenport was either a member of/or led the team that (attempted) to manage the Corps Dorms. He considers it his retirement privilege to be a member  of the CCA Staff. He assists in the projects or events at hand, writes for the Guidon and dedicates time to membership and outreach. He has penned and published two books. When he isn’t working, he enjoys spending time with his grandchildren, fishing, working out and regaling the rest of the staff with good bull.

Joe Hinojosa ’14
Merchandise Coordinator  

Joe was a proud member of Company H-1 Roughriders. He is the oldest of four brothers and hails from Springtown, TX. As the manager of the Texas Aggie Corps of Cadets Association Warehouse, all purchases make their way through Joe’s office. He is a first generation Aggie and the first in his family to attend an university. Currently, Joe is working to save up for his last few semesters at Texas A&M, making plans to join the Marine Corps upon graduation.  He is the staff member responsible for processing all merchandise orders that are shipped by the CCA. 

Carey Jamison
Divisions Coordinator  

Carey joined the Corps of Cadets Association in December 2012, and currently works out of the Frisco office. She is responsible for the financial processing of Merchandise Sales and Event transactions, as well as managing Membership Gifts and Event Payments for the Corps Alumni Divisions managed by the CCA. Prior to her work with the CCA, Carey served for 15 years in the finance industry, most recently serving as the Chief Credit Officer for a commercial lending institution.

Jessica Jordan Pany '96
Administration Coordinator

Jessica graduated from Texas A&M in 1996. She married her husband, Bart '95, and began a career in education that spanned 22 years. During this time she has served on various committees for the youth of Bryan/College Station. She currently enjoys volunteering for Young Men's Service League & the National Charity League and is a member of the Zeta Tau Alpha Alumnae Association. She and her husband have three children Garrett, Meghan, and Faith.   

Chris Sullivan ’98
I.T. Director

Chris was in the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, B Company, Class of  98, where he played saxophone and was the Infantry Band Drum Major his senior year. After graduation, he worked for a consulting company in Houston and San Antonio over the course of ten years focusing on IT audit and security. When his wife, Kelly, was offered a job as a pediatrician at University Pediatric Association in 2009, they decided to move to the Bryan/College Station area.