Corey D. Stone

Program Coordinator
Lecturer

Biography

Corey Stone is a Program Coordinator for the Office of Diversity & Inclusion at Mays Business School.  He earned his BBA in Business Honors and Information and Operations Management from Mays Business School in 2013 and his MS in Higher Education Administration through Texas A&M University’s College of Education and Human Development in 2019.

As a program coordinator, Corey’s work focuses primarily on undergraduate access, inclusion, and retention.  He oversees undergraduate recruitment and serves as learning community coordinator for the RAP First-Gen Scholars.  In his work with RAP, Corey leads the Global Challenge Spring Break Field Trip to Little Rock, Arkansas and the Global Leadership Field Trip to Paris and London.  Additionally, Corey serves as program manager for the Mays Transformational Leadership Academy (MTLA), a staff director for the Leadership Initiative Conference (LINC), and a student organization advisor for Freshmen Reflecting While Developing (FRWD) and Black Wall Street (BWS).

In 2017, he was recognized as a Namesake for Fish Camp Session B Blue and received the MSC SCOLA Henry T. Bosquez Memorial Award.  In 2015, he was recognized by Mays Business School with the Star Performer Award.  He was a founding member of the BTHO Harvey campus community response to Hurricane Harvey.

Outside of work, Corey enjoys photography, travel, and spending time outdoors.  Born and raised in the small East Texas town of Henderson, he now lives in Bryan, Texas with his wife Liz and their dog Leia.