Lubbock Campaign | Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center
TTUHSC students walking through Lubbock campus courtyard.

Welcome to The Campaign

Since 2015, TTUHSC Lubbock employees have donated and pledged over $88,000 towards the Our HSC employee campaign, allowing us to provide many campus enhancements. The campaign committee funded the inaugural project which is the picnic area located east of the main entrance.

In addition to the Lubbock Project Fund, the employee campaign committee is pleased to offer you the opportunity to donate to three programs:

  • The Lubbock Impact Free Clinic 
  • The Stroke & Aphasia Recovery (STAR) Program
  • The Center for Superheroes

The Our HSC employee campaign is a fundraising initiative that gives employees the chance to make a contribution to Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center. The employee campaign is an exciting way to make a difference in our own facilities, providing for needs not covered by other sources of funding. Employee-funded and employee-administered, it allows you to directly impact your workplace in a very positive way.

Your gift to the Our HSC employee campaign shows your pride in your campus and the great work that is done here. Our employees give so much of their time and talents every day to the university to make a difference in the lives of students, patients and our friends and neighbors across West Texas and around the world. By choosing to donate to the employee campaign, you're saying that you believe so strongly in the work that we do here that you are willing to support it above and beyond your daily professional commitment by making a charitable gift as well. 

OUR HSC badge holder


Consider Giving
You may submit a pledge form or make a gift at anytime throughout the year. All employee campaign supporters will receive a donor identifiable badge holder. Donations equivalent to one hour of monthly salary will receive an Our HSC Employee Campaign vehicle sunshade. Give now.

Lubbock Committee

  • Teena Buie 
    Unit Assistant Director 
    Office of People Development
  • Karla Chapman
    Associate Academic Dean
    School of Nursing
  • Michelle Hunter
    Unit Manager
    Larry Combest Center
  • Lindsay Johnson
    Associate Academic Dean
    School of Health Professions
  • Sarah Looten
    Unit Associate Director
    Rural and Community Health
  • Robby McCasland
    Managing Director
    Information Services
  • Bryce McGregor
    Associate Dean
    School of Medicine
  • Shawn Olbeter
    Senior Director
    Purchasing Office
  • Katie Randolph
    Sr. Director of Accreditation and Distance Education Compliance
    Office of Institutional Effectiveness and Accreditation
  • Ashlee Rigsby 
    Assistant Director
    Graduate School of Biomedical Sciences
  • Veronica Lopez
    Garrison Institute 
  • Trace Moore
    Programmer Analyst III
    School of Health Professions
  • Rebecca Ramirez
    Senior Director
    Correctional Managed Health Care
  • Aaron Scherpereel
    Senior Director
    Building Maintenance and Operations

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dermatology team

Suzanne Alkul, MS3, Brenda Watkins, M.D. and Ashley Sturgeon, M.D., receive their certificate for dermatology medications to be used at the Lubbock Impact Free Clinic.

TTUHSC patient services

Representatives from Patient Services accept their certificate for three On-Demand Interpreting Stands, which will allow for enhanced communication services with our patients.