Lyndsey Aguilar is currently the Residential Life Coordinator for upper class students at Trinity University. Lyndsey studied Art and Communication at Trinity then joined the professional staff in 2014. In her current role, Lyndsey oversees all facilities, housing operations, and educational programming impacting juniors and seniors living on campus. Lyndsey was responsible for designing and developing the Game of Life Financial Literacy Initiative which received a NASPA Excellence Award in the Student Health, Wellness category.
Melissa Flowers serves as the Director of Residential Life at Trinity University in San Antonio, Texas. A native of New York, Melissa studied computer science and Chinese at Grinnell College before receiving her MBA from Sage Graduate School. Melissa has been working in the field of higher education for twelve years in the areas of residential education, student conduct, and program assessment. In recent years, four initiatives that Melissa has designed or developed have received NASPA Excellence Awards for their contributions to the field. Melissa has presented at SWACUHO, ACUHO-I, and NASPA and has served as a program reviewer for NASPA, SACSA, and the National Conference on the First-Year Experience.
Rachel Boaz joined the Trinity University team in 2013 and currently serves as the Coordinator for Residential Life and Experiential Learning. Rachel studied Comparative/International Political Science and Music at Trinity and graduated with her Master of Education in Adult and Higher Education from the University of Oklahoma. Rachel has been responsible for designing and developing Trinity’s first-year area programming model and has presented at SWACUHO and NASPA.