Officers & Advisors
Mrs. Medley has worked for TTU since 2006 with a passion for student success and a gift for mentoring. She is also a wife, mother of 4,and a Red Raider with a Master’s in Education.
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- Major: Scholarship Office, Assistant Director
Ty is a Junior Engineering Major from Shallowater, Texas. He is a member of the Engineering Ambassadors and president of the Shallowater Collegiate Scholars.
Kwasi Buahin was born and raised in Ghana. He is the current TTU Golden Key's chapter Vice President and is a transfer student from Tarrant County College with an Associate's of Science degree. He is currently pursuing his bachelor's degree in Petroleum Engineering. He loves being a team player and has the great natural ability to be a good listener. He believes the whole essence of human existence is sharing: putting our talents knowledge and skills at the disposal of other people in our community and humanity at large. This philosophy of life motivates and drives him to seek leadership roles with passion and zeal, not only to be in a better position to serve, but also to have the opportunity to acquire new knowledge and skills. Watching and playing soccer is his favorite hobby.
Tyler Seale is a junior anthropology major (no, that’s not the one where you look for dinosaurs—but those are her favorite thing ever) with a concentration in forensic anthropology and minors in English and Psychology. Tyler is a Texas Tech Terry Scholar and involved in many organizations on campus. She started at Tech in the fall of 2015 from Navasota, TX, and is the oldest of 8 (yes, 8) kids. Her passions include, but aren’t limited to— people watching (I mean look at her areas of study), binge watching Longmire, Bones, the Office, Jane the Virgin, and Parks and Rec, hanging with her cat Dixie Lou when she should be doing homework, and cheering on her Red Raiders at baseball and football games.
Cassidy is a Senior Mathematics major, with a double minor in Political Science and Economics. She graduated from Clarendon college with an Associates degree in Mathematics before transferring to Texas Tech in the Fall of 2016. Along side her role in Golden Key, she also serves as a Student Government Ambassador. She hopes to work in data analysis for the public sector, especially as a part of economic and budget committees. For fun, she enjoys math jokes, binge watching Gilmore Girls and attending Tech sporting events to cheer on our Red Raiders!
Jenna Jurecky is a senior from El Paso, TX. She is a Biology major, minoring in Chemistry and Addictive Disorders and Recovery Studies. Currently, she is on the Relay for Life Event Leadership Committee, is the Secretary for the Honors College Bayless Elementary Board, and is involved in research on campus. She has plans to attend medical school after graduation.
Evan is a Senior Microbiology major with a minor in Chemistry. He is a College of Arts & Sciences ambassador and is working towards a career in primary care medicine for rural or underserved areas. He is originally from Nigeria and now resides in Austin, TX. He is also a student supervisor for Texas Tech University's Information Technology department.
Academics Director - Tutoring
Marshal Wigwe is from Port Harcourt, Nigeria. He is a graduate student pursuing his Ph.D in petroleum engineering. He is a mentor with Mentor Tech and also belongs to the Society of Petroleum Engineering. He has served on the Editorial committee for the American Association of Drilling Engineers, organizing and setting up interviews for the magazine.
Academics Director - Recognition
Heritier was born and raised in the Democratic Republic of Congo. He came to America for higher education and is currently a junior, majoring in Petroleum and Mechanical engineering. His goals in life are to be helpful to the community, fight for the people who are not able to fight for themselves, and preach justice and equality for all human. His strongest skill is his ability to learn and apply his knowledge. His favorite quote is “the importance is not to do what you love, but to love what you do. To not count days, but to make sure that every single day counts for you and for your country” (Gen. Bindu).
Trystin Morales is junior at Texas Tech University from Round Rock, Texas. He is studying Wind Engineering through the National Wind Institute and is pursuing two minors in Computer Science and Mathematics. Following completion of his degree, he seeks to get his Master of Science in Data Science and integrate the two disciplines. Trystin is the SPARK a Change director for Texas Tech. He has a passion for unlocking the potential in at-risk students and directing them towards success.