The TexVet Team
Carrie serves as Director of TexVet at Texas A&M Health & Science Center. TexVet is the number one trusted state agency for veteran information & resources. Carrie served for five years as the Texas Veterans Commission, Rural & Women Veteran Coordinator for the Veteran Mental Health Program ensuring Texas veterans were knowledgeable about the benefits and services they earned serving their country, and those benefits are equitable and provided with care. She also is the past President of the National Association of State Women Veteran Coordinators (NASWVC), where she led the national organization’s activities to include, executing the organization’s national strategic plan for training, strengthening partnerships, and conducting research that assisted state coordinators in providing the best care and services for women veterans nationwide. At the national conference in 2017, she orchestrated a historic strategic partnership with the Department of Veterans Affairs, Center for Women Veterans.
Carrie retired from U.S. Navy in 2011, and in these roles proudly continues to serve military members and veterans in Texas and across the nation. She utilized Tuition Assistance and the Post 9-11 GI Bill to complete her BA and MS in Workforce Education and Development from the University of Southern Illinois University Carbondale.
Micah Burnett is an Army veteran. In 2001, he deployed to Kosovo with the 10th Mountain Division. In 2003, Micah deployed to Iraq with the 173rd Airborne Brigade. He received the Army Commendation Medal for his time in service.
Micah is a graduate of The University of Texas at Austin.
Web & Information Designer
Amelia is a graduate of Texas A&M-Corpus Christi. Before coming to the veteran service industry, Amelia worked for more than five years in Texas Health and Human Services, specializing in the SSI disabled population. As a Web & Information Designer for TexVet, she works to index, architect, and maintain the data integrity of resources on Texas' biggest SMVF resource website. TexVet.org has seen over 450% growth in outbound referrals in the last 4 years, and leads the state in veteran resource traffic and referrals.
Soon, Texas will have the largest population of veterans in the nation. Help us be ready to serve them!
Your gift helps us provide the best service, information, and resources to Texas' service members, veterans, reservists, their families, and those that serve them.
covers one day of TexVet.org hosting – that's 1,300 visitors and 990 outbound referrals!
covers mailing 500 suicide prevention cards to a Military Veteran Peer Network coordinator.
covers educating 14 veterans about property tax exemptions, collectively saving them thousands of dollars in taxes.
covers one month of hosting TexVet.org – that's 39,400 visitors and 30,100 outbound referrals!
covers development of innovative veteran resources, like the Clickable County Resource Map.
Note: The values and results quoted above provide an accurate and representative example of some of TexVet's costs and activities. They do not indicate specific fund allocation.
TexVet accepts donations through the Texas A&M Foundation's website.