List of University of Texas at San Antonio people

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The list of University of Texas at San Antonio (UTSA) people includes notable alumni, faculty, and affiliates of UTSA. The term UTSA is used more commonly than University of Texas at San Antonio and the term Roadrunners is commonly used to refer to students and alumni of UTSA.

UTSA alumni[edit]

Academia, science, and technology[edit]

Name Notability Reference
Dr. Ahmed Abelmawgoud Named to Tucson 40 Under 40 for 2021, Senior Engineer at Raytheon Missiles & Defense and adjunct professor at the University of Arizona. Research focus in Distributed Estimation theory. [1][2]
Fatema Basrai Named to Forbes 30 Under 30 in Education list for 2018, Assistant Director of InnovateHealth at Yale University [3][4][5][6]
Dr. Howard Benoist Professor of English at OLLU, ACE Fellow in Academic Administration and a National Endowment for the Humanities Fellow. [7][8][9]
Dr. Robert Bryant 96, ’99 Director of Educational Technology at the United States Air Force Academy and first published researcher in the world to apply predictive analytics using machine learning to address completion rates in massive open online course. [10][11]
Rafael C. Castillo professor of English and Humanities at Palo Alto College [12]
Lionel Cantú professor of sociology at the University of California, Santa Cruz, who focused on queer theory, queer issues, and Latin American immigration. His dissertation The Sexuality of Migration: Border Crossings and Mexican Immigrant Men was posthumously published by New York University Press in 2009. Cantu is widely regarded as opening up a new area of research: the impact of sexuality on migration. [13][14]
Dr. Ruben “Mike” Flores Chancellor of Alamo Colleges, Former President of Palo Alto College [15][16][17]
Sister Maria Eva Flores P.h.D. Professor of History and Mexican American Studies at OLLU from 1979 to 2018 and Co-Founder of Center for Women in Church and Society [18][19][20][21]
Kathleen Franz B.A. American Studies, 1990, Historian, Author, Chair and Curator in the Division of Work & Industry at the National Museum of American History, Smithsonian Institution and Distinguished Public Historian in Residence at American University [22][23][24][25]
Dr. Robert Garza seventh president of Alamo Colleges District-Palo Alto College and previously served as president of Mountain View College in the Dallas County Community College District from 2015 to 2018 [26][27][28]
Amy Hardberger Associate Provost for Academic Operations for St. Mary's University. Served as the Associate Dean for the St. Mary's University School of Law 2016–2019. Board of Trustees - San Antonio Water System, Appointed by San Antonio City Council (2018–present) and Capital Improvements Advisory Committee, Appointed by San Antonio City Council (2013–present) [29][30][31]
Meredith Hay biomedical researcher, professor, and former provost for the University of Arizona [32]
Farnam Jahanian President of Carnegie Mellon University [33]
Tris Jahanian B.S. Computer Science '86 Patented the algorithms that allow banks to communicate with one another during ATM transactions [33][34]
Sarah Luna P.h.D. '03 Professor of Anthropology at Tufts University and author of Love in the Drug War: Selling Sex and Finding Jesus on the Mexico-U.S. Border [35][36][37]
Kelly Nash Ph.D. in physics `09 Professor at UTSA [38]
Burcu Özsoy P.h.D. 2010. Turkish Scientist and Director of the Istanbul Technical University Polar Research Center (PolReC), the first Turkish polar research center. [39]
Xianwei Wang Ph.D. '08 Professor at Sun Yat-sen University [40]

Athletics[edit]

Name Notability Reference
Elva Adams Olympian 1988 Summer Olympics, Seoul, Korea – Bronze, Team USA athlete, Inducted into the San Antonio Women Hall of Fame in 2011, first female international referee representing the US for the 2016 Summer Olympics, and member of the original San Antonio Spurs Silver Dancers. [41][42][43][44]
Justin Anderson MLB pitcher for the Los Angeles Angels [45]
John Bormann MLB catcher for the Pittsburgh Pirates [46]
Bruce Bowen former NBA player for the San Antonio Spurs, attended and received credit for public relations classes [47]
Devin Brown Former NBA player for the San Antonio Spurs and NBA Champion (2005) [48]
Michael Connell professional golfer
Marcus Davenport football player, selected in the first round of the 2018 NFL Draft by the New Orleans Saints [49]
Johan Edfors professional golfer [50]
Richard Fröhlich German basketball player
Liza Hunter-Galvan Olympian in the 2004 Summer Olympics (Athens) and 2008 Summer Olympics (Beijing) [51][52][53][54][55][56]
Derrick Gervin former NBA player (brother of George Gervin), 1995 Israeli Basketball Premier League MVP [57]
Alexander Hernandez professional Mixed Martial Artist, currently in the UFC's Lightweight Division [58]
Phil Hui professional poker player and the winner of the $50,000 Poker Players Championship at the 2019 World Series of Poker. Played golf at the University of Texas-San Antonio and professionally before turning to poker. [59][60][61]
Leroy Hurd professional basketball player currently with the Italian team Sebastiani Rieti [62]
Ben Lectome B.B.A. Marketing '95. First to swim across the Atlantic Ocean from Cape Cod to the French shore of Quiberon without the aid of a flotation device or kickboard. Lectome later made a historic swim across the Pacific Ocean which is chronicled in the full-length documentary The Swim by Discovery. [63][64][65][66][67]
Ashaad Mabry American Football defensive tackle in the NFL. Played for the New Orleans Saints and Carolina Panthers [68][69]
Les Maruo Professional American Football Player; 4th overall pick in the 2021 CFL Draft [70][71][72]
David Morgan II Tight end for the Minnesota Vikings. Became UTSA's first draftee in the NFL when the Vikings selected him in the sixth round of the 2016 NFL Draft [73][74]
Bill Peters NHL head coach of the Calgary Flames [75]
Brian Price football player, signed by the Green Bay Packers as an undrafted free agent in 2016. [76][77]
María José Rojas Class of '14, Chilean professional footballer and has played for the Chilean National women's soccer team on several occasions but most notably in the 2019 FIFA Women's World Cup. Rojas is also the first Chilean female player to be contracted internationally. [78][79][80]
Kevin Strong NFL Player, Defensive Tackle for the Detroit Lions [81]
Josiah Tauaefa NFL Player, Linebacker for the New York Giants [82][83][84][85]
Triston Wade NFL Player, Free Safety for the Seattle Seahawks [86][87]
Teddy Williams NFL Player for the Carolina Panthers, played in Super Bowl 50 [88][89]

Arts and literature[edit]

Name Notability Reference
Susan Budge M.F.A. '99 Internationally known ceramic sculptor artist with works included in the permanent collections of the Smithsonian, the Honolulu Museum of Art, the Daum Museum of Contemporary Art, the San Antonio Museum of Art, the San Angelo Museum of Art, the Art Museum at Northern Arizona State University, the Art Museum of South Texas, and the New Orleans Museum of Art. [90][91]
Rolando Gomez B.A. '01 Professional photographer, author, and Defense Meritorious Service Medal recipient. [92]
Marcia Gygli King '80 M.F.A. Artist with works in the Guggenheim Museum, Brooklyn Museum, Newark Museum, Cleveland Museum of Art, San Antonio Museum of Art, McNay Art Museum and National Museum of Women in the Arts [93]
Janet Krueger Master of Fine Arts; artist of south Texas ranching life [94]
Juan Mora B.F.A '09, M.F.A. ’11; Senior Lecturer and artists whose work has been acquired by the Smithsonian American Art Museum [95][96][97][98]
Deanna Raybourn Award winning New York Times and USA Today bestselling novelist [99][100][101]
Dario Robleto B.F.A. '97 Award winning conceptual artist with works profiled in numerous publications and media including Radiolab, Krista Tippet's On Being, and The New York Times. [102][103]
Jimmy Kuehnle American contemporary artist and professor at the Cleveland Institute of Art [104][105]
Kathy Vargas '84 Internationally acclaimed American artists with works in the Smithsonian American Art Museum's permanent collection. [106][107][108]
Marilyn Lanfear artists with works in the permanent collections of the San Antonio Museum of Art, the Art Museum of South Texas, and the Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art

Business and law[edit]

Name Notability Reference
Roxanne Austin President and Chief Executive Officer of Austin Investment Advisors, former president and Chief Operating Officer of DirecTV, and sits on the Board of Directors for Target and Crowd Strike. [109][110][111][112]
Danielle DiMartino Booth B.B.A. '92, CEO & Chief Strategist for Quill Intelligence LLC, author, full-time columnist for Bloomberg View, business speaker, and commentator frequently featured on CNBC, Bloomberg, Fox News, Fox Business News, BNN Bloomberg, and Yahoo Finance [113][114][115][116]
James Bodenstedt '96 President/CEO of MUY Companies [117][118]
David Brolsma Chief Financial Officer of WP Engine [119]
Ernest Bromley founder and Chief Executive Officer of Bromley Communications [120]
Mark Carmona E.M.B.A., '07 Haven for Hope's president and CEO [121][122][123]
Jesse Carrillo Senior Vice President, Chief Information Officer of Hines [124][125]
Jeff Clarke Vice Chairman and President of Dell [126]
Walter Downing Chief Operating Officer and Executive Vice President at Southwest Research Institute [127][128][129]
John Engates Chief Technology Officer of Rackspace [130][131]
Mike Garcia Chief Financial Officer and Senior Vice President of Omni Hotels & Resorts [132][133]
Brent R. Given President and Chief Executive Officer of The Bank of San Antonio [134][135]
Arlen Glenewinkel Jr. Vice President and Controller of Tesoro [136]
Mark Hammer Chief Executive Officer of Bloomfire [137][138]
Dan Karam Chief Information Officer at MUY! Brands [139][140]
Clay Killinger Senior Vice President and Controller of Valero Energy Corporation [141][142]
Tim Morrow Chief Executive Officer of the San Antonio Zoo [143][144]
David Mikkelson Founder of Snopes.com [145][146]
William E. Morrow founder of Grande Communications [147]
George Muller Vice President of Imperial Sugar [148]
James Mbowe Nyondo Malawian lawyer; development worker; Presidential candidate of Malawi [149]
Paul Rivera President and Chief Executive Officer of Def-Logix [150][151][152]
Emma Faye Rudkin ’18 | San Antonio's 40 Under 40 Woman of the Year in 2018, Miss San Antonio 2015 and 2017 and Founder of Aid The Silent [153][154][155][156][157][158]
Suraj Shetty Vice President of Cisco [159][160]
Mario Vazquez President and Chief Executive Officer of KLRN (PBS San Antonio), secretary of San Antonio River Foundation [161]

Film, journalism, television, and theatre[edit]

Name Notability Reference
Michelle Beadle sports TV host for ESPN [162]
Alayah Benavidez Miss Texas 2019, Miss USA Contestant, and The Bachelor Contestant (Peter Weber's season) [163][164][165][166][167]
Nirav Bhakta Director and HBO APA Visionaries Competition First Place Winner [168][169][170][171]
Cristina Blackwell Emmy-nominated weather reporter for Despierta América on Univision [172]
Peter Burns ESPN SEC Network Studio Anchor, ESPN Radio Host: Best Week Ever, Sirius/XM Host: SEC This Morning. [173]
JC Caylen is an American YouTube personality who has amassed millions of followers. Nominated for Best Ensemble Cast in Escape the Night. Caylen has also starred in other movies such as Boo! A Madea Halloween and Boo 2! A Madea Halloween [174][175][176]
Matthew Cothron also known as "Chaps" is a United States Marine, Purple Heart Recipient and host of Zero Blog Thirty, Hi Haters, and Podfathers at Barstool Sports. [177][178][179]
Jared Cruz-Aedo journalist and digital content producer at KIII [180]
Dayna Devon journalist and co-host of the infotainment show Extra [181]
Julian S. Garcia retired school teacher; short story writer; former Associate Editor of ViAztlan, international journal of arts and letters
Deandra Kanu B.A. Communication '18, ABC's The Bachelor (American TV series) contestant. [182][183][184]
Freddy Lockhart comedian, actor, writer, and producer
Robert Rivard Robert Rivard is CEO, founder, editor and publisher of the San Antonio Report formerly known as the Rivard Report. Served as the editor of the San Antonio Express-News since 1997. He was awarded the 2002 Maria Moors Cabot Award from Columbia University and the Society of Professional Journalists' top prize for foreign correspondents in 1982. [185][186][187]
Saagar Shaikh B.B.A. '11, Los Angeles-based actor known for portraying Amir Khan in the Disney+ series Ms. Marvel [188][189]
Kim Spradlin CBS' Survivor: One World winner [190]
Michael Valdes news anchor on KABB FOX San Antonio [191]

Military[edit]

Name Notability Reference
Jimmy Canlas Brigadier General and Commander of the 618th Air Operations Center. Former Commander of the 437th Air Lift Wing at Joint Base Charleston, SC. [192][193]
Lloyd E. Dodd Brigadier General in the United States Air Force and Command Surgeon for the North American Aerospace Defense Command and U.S. Northern Command [194]
Dr. Gar S. Graham Major General and Commander, 79th Medical Wing, Andrews Air Force Base, Md. He also serves as the Air Force Assistant Surgeon General for Dental Services [195]
Melissa A. Rank Major General in the United States Air Force [196]
Anthony J. Rock United States Air Force Inspector General [197]
Sarah E. Zabel Major General in the US Air Force, Director of the Information Technology Acquisition Process Development, Office of the US Air Force, and former Vice Director of the US Defense Information Systems Agency. [198]

Music[edit]

Name Notability Reference
Julian Acosta '12 Musician and Founder of Austin-based music label Capitol City Records [199][200]
AJ Castillo Tejano artist [201]
Travis Scott rapper and record producer [202][203][204][205][206][207]

Politics[edit]

Name Notability Reference
María Antonietta Berriozábal American activist, Harvard Fellow, and author in San Antonio, Texas. In 1981, she became the first Hispanic woman to serve on the city council of San Antonio, where she served District One for ten years before running for mayor in 1991. Her 1991 campaign for Mayor attracted national attention. Maria is currently serving on the Mathematical Sciences Education Board at Harvard University and previously worked on the committee on the Mathematical Sciences in the Year 2000 [208][209]
Jay’Len Boone 2019-2020 Youth Observer to The United Nations. [210][211][212][213][214]
Rosie Castro M.P.A. '83 Civil Rights activists, Educator, and published Poet. Former Interim Dean of Student Affairs at Palo Alto College. Member of the San Antonio Women's Hall of Fame. Mother to former Presidential Candidate Julian Castro and House Representative Joaquin Castro. [215][216][217]
Elisa Chan The first Asian-American and first immigrant member of the San Antonio City Council. [218][219]
Philip Cortez Democratic member of the Texas House of Representatives. Previously served as a State Representative for House District 117 during the 83rd Legislative Session. Serves in the United States Air Force Reserve. [220][221][222]
John Courage Earned a B.A. in American Studies '82 at UTSA. San Antonio City Councilman District 9, U.S. Air Force veteran, served on the Alamo Community College District Board of Trustees, helped create Palo Alto Community College, and served on the San Antonio Teachers' Council Board [223][224][225]
Trey Martinez Fischer Democratic member of the Texas House of Representatives who represents the 116th District, serving since 2019. He previously held this seat from 2000 through 2017. Representative Fischer was named one of the "10 Best Legislators" by Texas Monthly magazine in both 2013 and 2015. [226][227][228][229][230][231]
Christopher Garcia White House Senior Legislative Affairs Advisor for the Joe Biden Administration. [232]
Roland Gutierrez (politician) Member of the Texas State Senate from the 119th district. Gutierrez formerly served in the Texas House of Representatives and was the driving force in establishing Texas A&M University at San Antonio (San Antonio's second public university). UTSA class of '95 [220][233][234][235]
Melissa Cabello Havrda M.B.A. '13, San Antonio City Councilwoman District 6 [236][237][238][239]
Ken Mercer B.B.A.; Republican member of the Texas State Board of Education since 2007 [240]
Tammy Morales B.A. Member of the Seattle City Council from District 2 [241][242]
Rolando Pablos Former Texas Secretary of State by Republican Governor Greg Abbott, class of '94 [243][244][245]
Leo Pacheco M.P.A. Democratic member of the Texas House of Representatives, representing District 118 [246][247]
Howard W. Peak Former Mayor of San Antonio, class of 1975 [248][249][250][251][252]
Judge Mary Roman First elected Hispanic female district judge in Bexar County [253]
Sylvia Romo Tax assessor-collector for Bexar County; former member of the Texas House of Representatives. She is the first elected female to hold this position [254]
Emmy Ruiz 2006 graduate, White House Director of Political strategy and Outreach for the U.S. President Joe Biden administration [232]
Adrian Saenz 1997 graduate, White House Deputy Director of the office of Public Engagement for the administration under U.S. President Joe Biden and former Special Assistant to the President, Deputy Director of Intergovernmental Affairs, and Senior Advisor for Intergovernmental Affairs in the Obama administration. [232][255][256]
Mario Marcel Salas African-American civil rights leader [257]
Christian Menefee B.B.A. 2010, youngest person and first African American elected County Attorney of Harris County, Texas. [258][259]

UTSA faculty and affiliates[edit]

Name Notability Reference
Arleigh B. Templeton First university president of The University of Texas at San Antonio .[260]
Peter T. Flawn Second university president of The University of Texas at San Antonio .[260]
Samuel A. Kirkpatrick Fourth university president of The University of Texas at San Antonio .[260]
Ricardo Romo Fifth university president of The University of Texas at San Antonio .[260]
Taylor Eighmy Sixth university president of The University of Texas at San Antonio .[260]
Guy Bailey former UTSA Provost; current President of Texas Tech University.
Rena Bizios Fellow of the National Academy of Inventors. Lutcher Brown Chair and professor of biomedical engineering at UTSA. Elected charter member of the UTSA Academy of Distinguished Researchers (2015); the AIMBE Excellence in STEM Education Award by the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering (2018); and the Excellence in Biomaterials Science Award by the Surfaces in Biomaterials Foundation (2019). Fellow of the American Institute for Medical and Biological Engineering, International Union of the Societies for Biomaterials Sciences and Engineering, Biomedical Engineering Society, American Institute of Chemical Engineers, and American Association for the Advancement of Science. Member of the National Academy of Medicine, the Academy of Medicine, Engineering and Science of Texas, International Academy of Medical and Biological Engineering, and now, the National Academy of Inventors. [261][262][263][264][265][266]
Susan Budge Ceramic sculptor, full professor, and Head of Ceramics [90]
Norma Elia Cantú author and professor of English
Henry Cisneros local activist; former professor; president of Univision; US Secretary of Housing and Urban Development [267]
Larry Coker former National Championship head coach of the University of Miami Hurricanes Football; First head coach of the UTSA football team [268][269][270]
Dr. Mansour Omar El-Kikhia Libyan activist, adviser, author, Chairman of Department of Political Science and Geography
Steven G. Kellman author and professor of English
Ken Little artist and professor
Bonnie Lyons poet and literary critic
Que McMaster former track and field coach
Mark Olberding former NBA Player and UTSA basketball coach
Zorica Pantic-Tanner former dean of the College of Engineering; currently the fourth president of Wentworth Institute of Technology
George Perry Alzheimer's disease researcher, dean and professor
Darhyl S. Ramsey author and former professor
Mario Marcel Salas lecturer of Political Science and African American Studies; author; civil rights activist; former City of San Antonio Council member, 1997-2001
Nikos Salingaros mathematician and polymath known for his work on urban theory
David J. Schneider psychologist and former professor
Nevil Shed Student Program Coordinator at the UTSA University Center; former NBA player; played for the 1966 Texas Western Miners, whose story was made into the movie Glory Road
Ivy R. Taylor public administration professor; former City of San Antonio Council member (2009-2014); former Mayor of San Antonio (2014-2017) [271][272]
Brooks Thompson former NBA player; Former UTSA head basketball coach
Jeff Traylor Third UTSA football head coach in program history. Big 12 Recruiter of the Year and former associate head coach and running back coach for the Arkansas Razorbacks and SMU Mustangs [273][274]
Rudy Davalos first Athletic Director at UTSA. [260]
Miguel José Yacamán physicist; chair of the Physics Department at UTSA
Frank Wilson current head coach of the UTSA football team. Took UTSA to their first FBS bowl game [275][276][277][278]

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