AVC Announcement

Amanda Stallings

Don Whelan, vice chancellor for university advancement, is pleased to announce that Amanda Stallings '97 '01 is the new associate vice chancellor for alumni relations at Texas Christian University.

For more than 20 years, Stallings has served the Fort Worth community in leadership positions, including most recently as executive director for the JPS Foundation and previously for Gill Children’s Services for 10 years. Stallings' breadth of executive leadership is coupled with understanding and success in the public and nonprofit sectors. She has extensive experience in organizational management, development and execution of strategic plans, fundraising, donor relations, public relations and marketing.

"We are excited to have Amanda join the team and bring her extensive expertise and experience to TCU," Whelan said. "With long-standing ties to the University, we know that Amanda will have a tremendous impact on the alumni community and provide exceptional vision, leadership and energy in this role."

"I am honored to be coming home to TCU and serving my fellow alumni as well as the Horned Frog community," Stallings said.

Stallings began her career with Fort Worth's Community Supervision and Corrections Department before serving as a probation and parole officer in Alexandria, Virginia.

She was recognized among the "Great Women of Texas" by the Fort Worth Business Press in 2015 and also tabbed "40 Under 40" by Fort Worth, Texas, Magazine in 2006.

A two-time TCU graduate, she holds a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice and a Master of Liberal Arts. Beyond her education, Stallings has a deep connection to the University through years of volunteer service, including serving as the current AddRan College Board of Visitors president. Stallings has been involved with the Alumni Association since 1997, serving on the National Alumni Board beginning in 2017 and playing an active role in the Fort Worth Chapter since 2006. In addition to her ongoing involvement with TCU, she is highly invested in the community, participating in a variety of philanthropic and advocacy associations and committees.

Stallings and husband, Tom '01 '08, have three children and reside in Fort Worth. She starts with TCU on March 12.