04/24/2015 10:23 AM
BATON ROUGE – The LSU Office of the Dean of Students is proud to present the Tiger Twelve Class of 2015 at a ceremony to be held on Saturday, April 25, at 3 p.m. in the rotunda of the LSU Business Education Complex.
The Tiger Twelve Class of 2015 includes:
Major: Communication Disorders
Minor: Business Administration
Hometown: Abbeville, La.
While at LSU, Broussard worked as a captain of the LSU tour guides to introduce prospective students to the LSU campus. She was an active member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority, the Greek Board of Directors and the PanHellenic Executive Council, where she managed the budget, handled disciplinary issues with members and mentored recruitment counselors. Broussard was a member of the Leadership LSU Class of 2015 and served on the Division of Student Life and Enrollment Advisory Board in her last two years on campus.
Andree Nicole Comeaux
Hometown: Crowley, La.
Comeaux served as the president, vice president and founding member of the Economics and International Trade and Finance Club, where she helped students network with their classmates and potential employers as well as providing free tutoring services. She was a student senator in LSU Student Government, was an officer of Delta Gamma sorority and served Habitat for Humanity through the Greek Board of Directors’ Greek Week build. Comeaux interned at Taylor, Porter, Brooks & Phillips, LLP; the Louisiana House of Representatives; and the LSU Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering’s graduate admissions.
Philip L. Dempsey
Major: Interdisciplinary Studies
Minors: Biology, Business, Psychology
Hometown: Mobile, Ala.
Dempsey spent his time at LSU giving back to the community and working in the health sciences. He was an active member of Christ the King Catholic Student Center, serving in a half-dozen capacities. He was a volunteer with the Live 2 Serve Baton Rouge Poverty Mission; was a counselor at Camp Rap-A-Hope, where he helped children ages 8-11 diagnosed with cancer enjoy a “normal summer camp” experience; and spoke to high school students about hunger. He worked with patients at Springhill Medical Hospital as a summer surgery orderly and at The Orthopaedic Group as a summer cast technician.
Major: Mass Communication concentrated in Public Relations
Minor: Business Administration
Hometown: New Orleans, La.
During her time at LSU, Gross was an active member of the Greek community, serving as the president of Delta Gamma sorority, a delegate to the LSU PanHellenic Council and a facilitator at Greek EMPOWER Weekend, helping to develop leadership skills in fellow Greeks. Gross also served as a small group leader for S.T.R.I.P.E.S., LSU’s transition to college program, where she mentored incoming students and taught LSU history and traditions. Gross is also a member of the Leadership LSU Class of 2015, where she has spent most Fridays during the spring semester studying adaptive leadership with her cohort.
Minor: Communication Studies
Hometown: Houma, La.
Landry represented LSU in a number of capacities while on campus. She was a captain of the LSU tour guides, where she hosted information sessions for high school students and their parents as well as leading the tour guide team. She was a member of Chi Omega sorority. She served the LSU PanHellenic Council as director of extension, helping to bring a new sorority to campus, and as vice president of public relations. Landry developed a “Good to Great” leadership development program for Greeks. She was the only LSU and Louisiana student selected to study abroad in the International Business Seminar Tour Program.
Arenn Marie Brickhouse Martin
Majors: Business Management and Sport Administration
Hometown: Fairfax, Va.
Martin represented LSU to incoming students by serving as an LSU Ambassador, where she completed more than 40 service events, as the head parent orientation leader and as apresenter at the 2013 Southern Regional Orientation Workshop, where she talked about marketing one’s college experience to be better positioned for post-graduate careers. She served as the associate director of Geaux BIG Baton Rouge, one of LSU’s biggest single days of service and was the assistant director of finance for LSU Student Government. Martin was a development associate with the LSU Tiger Athletic Foundation and was an intern with the Kansas City Chiefs, where she helped develop game day schedules and new promotions.
Major: Landscape Architecture
Minors: Environmental Studies and Business Administration
Hometown: Verona, N.J.
Percevault has spent her LSU career giving back, particularly in roles that allow her to use the specialized knowledge she is acquiring in her coursework. She is the president of the American Society of Landscape Architects LSU Chapter, where she completes service projects, advocates diversity nationally, delivers conference talks and organizes student tutoring. Percevault has also served Volunteer LSU in a number of capacities and has organized and facilitated more than 20 service events for LSU students. She is a technical team intern in the Coastal Sustainability Studio where she creates maps and gives feedback for economic, ecological and social proposals to combat land loss and protect communities in the Lower Mississippi Delta. She is a volunteer with Better Blocks Baton Rouge and is the Louisiana/New Jersey representative for the American Society of Landscape Architects.
Major: Kinesiology concentrated in Human Movement Science
Minors: Biology and Spanish
Hometown: Grand Lake, La.
Richard helped new students transition to LSU throughout his years on campus. He was an LSU Ambassador and orientation leader, where he assisted with advising, recruiting and scheduling incoming students. He also worked as a resident assistant with LSU Residential Life to develop educational and social programs to help residents grow in their first year on campus. Richard was a member of the CHANGE Break team and served 13 days in Quito, Ecuador teaching English and completing minor construction work. He was also an executive board member of SHAPE America, where he coordinated convention events for future professionals who will promote healthy lifestyles.
Major: Biological Sciences
Hometown: Covington, La.
While at LSU, Rougelot was exceptionally active with the Greek community. He served as president of the Greek Board of Directors, where he advised the planning and execution of four major events for the Greek community. He was the director of Greek Week, a Habitat for Humanity partnership, during which LSU Greeks built two homes for families in Baton Rouge. His roles with Greek Life expanded into service on the Student Life and Enrollment Advisory Board and the Student Advocacy and Accountability Code of Student Conduct Review Committee. Rougelot was also vice president of communication for his fraternity, Sigma Phi Epsilon.
Hometown: Metairie, La.
Suffern helped new students transition to LSU as a small group leader for S.T.R.I.P.E.S., LSU’s college transition program, where she taught LSU history and traditions. She served as assistant director of programming for LSU Student Government, where she helped to plan and implement one of LSU’s best traditions, the annual Groovin’ on the Grounds concert. Suffern was an active member of the Greek community as president of the PanHellenic Association at LSU, as a member of the Greek Leadership Institute and in a number of roles with Phi Mu sorority. She also coordinated a beach volleyball tournament with Triumph Over Kid Cancer to raise money for the philanthropy.
Clayton Dreuil Tufts
Major: Political Science
Minors: Business Administration
Hometown: Metairie, La.
Tufts served as the LSU Student Government president, the capstone experience of four years of leadership roles within the organization, including as a group leader for Freshman Leadership Council. Tufts was an active member of the LSU Greek community, serving as a facilitator of the Greek Life EMPOWER Weekend leadership program and as a judicial board representative and public relations chair for his fraternity, Sigma Chi. He is invested in protecting historical landmarks as a member of the Landmark LSU student organization and as a member of the Baton Rouge Area Foundation Lakes Advisory Board, where he represents the LSU student body.
Major: Biological Engineering
Hometown: Baton Rouge, La.
Williams has served as a team member for the LSU Community Playground Project, where she joined other LSU engineering students and faculty to design fun, safe and accessible playgrounds for schools in the Baton Rouge area. Williams is also the teaching assistant for Marybeth Lima, who leads the project. She is an academic tutor with the LSU Center for Academic Success and a member of the Academic Advocates at LSU, where she participates in a variety of volunteer experiences with other tutors and student supplemental instructors. She is a volunteer head cheer coach at St. Louis King of France School and is a volunteer with the Muscular Dystrophy Association.
Tiger Twelve is an honor that has been presented to 12 seniors by the Office of the
Dean of Students since 2003. Students selected as members of the Tiger Twelve are
current, full-time students, who have maintained at least a 2.5 GPA and best exemplified
the seven tenets outlined in the LSU Commitment to Community, a statement of LSU’s
basic principles as an academic community. It was crafted by a committee of students,
faculty and staff in 1995 and states the expectations for each LSU community member.
This year’s recognition coincides with the 20th anniversary of the LSU Commitment to Community.
The Office of the Dean of Students transforms lives by facilitating opportunities and experiences to discover, engage and learn in a diverse, inclusive and just community while promoting social responsibility. For more information about the Tiger Twelve, visit www.lsu.edu/tigertwelve.
Media Note: Professional portraits of each member of the LSU Tiger Twelve can be obtained by contacting Margo Jolet at firstname.lastname@example.org. A group photo of all honorees will be available Tuesday, April 28.
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