Kyle Gammenthaler

Lecturer, Special Programs Office

Biography

Kyle coordinates the Certificate in Nonprofit and Social Innovation and is intimately involved in the development of new and innovative service-learning initiatives at Mays Business School. Every semester, Kyle teaches multiple courses on the nonprofit sector, resource development, and strategic philanthropy.

He has secured over $600,000 in funding from The Philanthropy Lab and private donations to teach undergraduate students about philanthropy. This experiential learning course gives students the opportunity to research and evaluate local nonprofits to determine how to distribute $50,000 – $100,000.  For more about this program, please visit this website: http://mays.tamu.edu/strategic-philanthropy

In addition to his regular teaching and administrative duties, Kyle also serves as a Faculty/Staff Advisor for four campus-wide student organizations (180 Degrees Consulting, Net Impact, Brotherhood of Christian Aggies, and The Wells Project). He is a Gallup StrengthsFinder Strengths Educator and a former member of the National Academic Advising Association (NACADA). Kyle was also recognized by Mays Business School with the Star Performer Award in 2016

Kyle spends his free time with his wife and two kids by investing in the local community as members at Grace Bible Church. He also serves as a board member for The United Way of the Brazos Valley and in an advisory capacity for Ronald McDonald House Charities of Central Texas. Prior to joining Mays Business School, Kyle worked as a non-profit fundraiser and volunteer coordinator for a local nonprofit in Bryan/College Station.