Jennie L. LambJennie L. Lamb – President + Senior Delegate (+ Chapter Membership Responsibilites)
Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences | Texas A&M University
IABC Member since 2010

As a graphic designer at the Texas A&M College of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Science (CVM), where she’s worked since 2007, Jennie has been responsible for art direction, layout, and design of  the college magazine, CVM Today, and the development of the new research-focused magazine, CVM Impact. She also edits and designs marketing and informational pieces for various departments, programs, and centers within the college and the Veterinary Medical Teaching Hospital. She coordinated editorial, design, and production of the CVM’s Centennial Commemorative Book and associated social media campaign. She also coordinates email marketing, social media, and web duties related to news and information at the CVM, in addition to her design work. Her expertise in scientific figure preparation and data visualization allows her to help faculty members and clinicians illustrate key concepts related to their teaching and research. Most of Jennie’s 20+ years as a professional communicator has been in support of science in higher education.

Jennie co-produces the weekly radio show Brazos Valley Gold, on KAMU-FM 90.9, and has a freelance graphic design business, Just a Little Laugh Productions. Prior to working at the CVM, she was as a graphic specialist for the Integrated Ocean Drilling Program at Texas A&M, where she started in 1999. Her work has been recognized with multiple IABC awards at the chapter and regional level and by the Society for Technical Communication. In 2016, IABC Southern Region named her “Communicator of the Year.” She holds a Bachelor of Journalism degree from The University of Texas at Austin.

In her second consecutive term as BVIABC president, Jennie manages and provides leadership development for the board of directors, provides strategic direction for the chapter, and acts as the senior delegate and liaison with IABC Southern Region and IABC International. Her prior chapter service includes two terms as Awards Chair and two terms as Vice President of Finance (one of which she also served as President-Elect).

Jennie has attended multiple IABC Leadership Institutes, IABC World Conferences, and IABC Southern Region conferences. She has also served as member/chair/director of various committees at the regional and international level. This year, she continues to do so as the Awards Director for IABC Southern Region’s Silver Quill Award Program and starts a two-year term as a member of IABC’ International Ethics Committee.

When not at work, Jennie likes to collect Monopoly games, scrapbook, and support causes she’s passionate about through pro bono and freelance graphic design work and participation in social media. She also enjoys fishing, cooking, and spending time with her husband, Martin, and their dog, Logan.


Courtney CoufalCourtney Coufal – Vice President of Finance, Administration + Communication
Freelance Marketing Communications Consultant
IABC member since 2013

Courtney is a freelance marketing communications consultant with more than 15 years of experience in communications. She began her freelance career in January 2016 and currently works with her clients to meet their business goals through strategic integrated marketing communications. This includes writing marketing communication plans, building brand recognition, social media management, website design, search engine optimization, graphic design, sales promotions, and photography.

Prior to this, Courtney worked for the Texas A&M Department of Animal Science as a communications coordinator. She was the lead communicator for the department for more than six years and promoted their teaching, research and extension efforts. She produced both an internal and external newsletter, managed the departmental website and social media, and was the point of contact for media relations.

Courtney also has worked for Agricultural Communications at Mississippi State University and the Blue Bell Advertising Associates in Brenham, Texas.

Courtney’s finance responsibilities include paying chapter bills, processing reimbursements, receiving chapter income, maintaining the chapter’s accounting records, bank accounts and online payment accounts, preparing and submitting an end of the year fiscal report to IABC Headquarters, preparing and maintaining a chapter budget for the calendar year, and advising the chapter’s board of directors and executive committee regarding financial issues facing the chapter. Her administration responsibilities include recordint the minutes, scheduling board meetings, and archiving chapter documentation. In addition, she helps coordinate our chapter’s efforts when judging for other IABC chapter and regional awards competitions and leads research efforts when warranted for board initiatives. Courtney’s communication responsibilites include maintaining the chapter’s website (, social media channels, and email marketing efforts. She joined the board in July 2016.

Courtney graduated from Texas A&M University in 1999 with a degree in journalism. She and her husband Craig call Aggieland home, along with their four young children. Courtney finds joy in baking cookies, playing golf and spending time with her family and extended family.


Courtney L. BosquezCourtney L. Bosquez – Vice President of Professional Development Programming
Center for Retailing Studies | Mays Business School | Texas A&M University
IABC Member since 2015

Courtney joined the Center for Retailing Studies as a Communications Specialist in May 2014. Her responsibilities include promoting the Center across Texas A&M University and to a national audience of retailers through visual, print, e-mail and social communications, including all design and marketing efforts for the annual Retailing Summit in Dallas. She also provides communications support for the Dallas/Fort Worth Retail Executives Association.

A graduate of Trinity University in San Antonio, Courtney was a 2013 International Radio and Television Society Fellow. She has spent time at KBTX-TV Channel 3, Clear Channel Media + Entertainment, KGBTexas.communications and AMC Networks in New York City. Prior to Mays Business School, Courtney was a Corporate Communications Fellow at global communications firm, Hill + Knolwton Strategies in Austin, Texas where she conducted market research and provided crisis communication assistance for Fortune 500 companies across industries, including retail, technology, and healthcare; managed a daily media intelligence report; assisted with digital promotion at the 2014 SXSW Interactive Festival; and, contributed social media monitoring for a major U.S. manufacturing company.

As Vice President of Professional Development Programming, Courtney brings exciting and relevant programming to the chapter through professional development and networking events. This is her second consecutive term in this role.

Originally from the Bryan/College Station area, Courtney is also the 2016–17 President of the Young Professionals of Aggieland (YPA).


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