Crystal Spruill Carter is a Program Coordinator II – Outreach for Texas A&M Innovation where she is responsible for leading outreach initiatives for Texas A&M Innovation across the Texas A&M University System, and increasing awareness and understanding among faculty, staff, and students about the commercialization process. Her prior experience includes working for Texas A&M University as a communications specialist in the Office for Diversity and the Division of Marketing and Communications focusing on writing, website updates, social media content, and branding of promotional materials, presentations, and special events, and working as the director for the Brazos Valley African American Museum in Bryan, TX.
Crystal received her B.S. in Agricultural & Environmental Engineering from North Carolina A&T State University, M.S. in Biological & Agricultural Engineering from University of Kentucky, and her M.Ed. in Instructional Design & Technology from West Texas A&M University. She is currently a doctoral candidate in curriculum & instruction specializing in educational technology at The University of Texas at Rio Grande Valley.
Crystal is married to Seaborn Carter ‘18 and they have three children, Ariel ‘20, Aaron, and Amaya.