We welcome the opportunity to highlight the accomplishments of our letterwinners and happily celebrate in their (your!) successes. If you have a personal recognition you would like to share with us, please send us an email and tell us about it. Join us as we congratulate these letterwinners on their noteworthy accomplishments.
Quincy Jenkins – Football (’03-’06)
Quincy Jenkins MBA, has been elected to Google’s Global business advisory board responsible for creating equitable opportunities for current employees and supporting the transformational growth of businesses through Google’s digital marketing efforts.
Jenkins joined Google in 2017 after returning to Baylor to receive his MBA in 2016. He currently serves as a Senior Manager in Google’s business organization residing in Mountain View, California. As a member of the board, he has been able to secure millions of dollars in support for startups and establish funds for Black+ and LatinX founders who have traditionally not been given equal access to funding critical to their success. Quincy states, “I want to continue to use my gifts to lift and support others on their growth journeys just as others have done for me.” In addition, Jenkins and his wife Ashley welcomed baby Benjamin Jenkins III to the family on November 4th. Congratulations on a growing family and successful 2021!
To read more about the Black Founders Fund, click here.
Andra Fuller- Football (’98-’01)
Congratulations, Andra Fuller, on your newest movie!
Premiering TONIGHT at 8:00pm CT on OWN, “A Christmas Stray,” is a feel-good Christmas movie, where a man (Fuller) finds himself hopelessly stranded in a small town on Christmas Eve, unable to shake the stray dog who ran him off the road, and is irresistibly drawn to the free-spirited, local veterinarian.
Fuller has enjoyed previous success working in dramatic roles on the big screen, television and stage with projects like You Can’t Fight Christmas, Another Man Will, True to the Game, Love by the 10th Date, Deuces and The LA Complex. Fuller came to Baylor in 1997 and was redshirted as a true freshman, getting his first start in 1998 against Notre Dame. He finished the year with six catches for 50 yards and 17 punt returns for 119 yards. After grabbing a 73-yard touchdown in the first game of the 1999 season against Boston College, Fuller led the team in receptions with 26 catches for 308 yards and returned 11 punts for an 8.6 average. In 2000, Fuller finished the season as the team’s fourth-leading receiver and returned seven punts for 99 yards with a long of 32 yards against North Texas.
To watch Fuller discuss his new movie, click here.
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