Minita Ramirez

Vice President for Student Success
Texas A&M International University

Minita Ramírez is Vice President of Student Success at Laredo’s Texas A&M International University (TAMIU), and responsible for TAMIU’s recruitment, enrollment and graduation programs. Ramírez holds a BS in Secondary Education from TAMIU, an MS in School Administration from Texas A&M University-Kingsville and a PhD in Higher Education Administration from Capella University. She became part of the TAMIU family in 2001. Prior to joining TAMIU, she was an academic consultant and sales representative for Silver Burdett Ginn, a division of Simon and Schuster Publishing. She enjoyed teaching History and Government at Laredo middle and high schools and directed United Independent School District’s Technology Innovation Challenge Grant — better known as Project Millennium.