She now works as director of training and recruiting at Encore Live LLC, a full service event production company based in Fort Worth, coordinating private parties, music festivals, rock concerts and corporate events across the country.
Souers initially decided to apply to TCU’s Honors College because she wanted to challenge herself and take thought provoking classes taught by some of TCU’s most talented professors.
What kept Souers in the program was the lifelong family and friendships she accumulated along the way.
The most challenging part of Souers’ experience in the Honors College was maintaining balance and not over-committing to activities, student organizations and events.
Along with being a TCU Honors College Laureate, during her time at TCU, Souers was involved in the Chancellor’s Leadership Program, Ambassadors, Delta Gamma Fraternity, Order of Omega Greek Honors Society, Gamma Sigma Alpha Academic Greek Honors Society, and The National Society of Collegiate Scholars, just to name a few.
The most rewarding parts of Souers’ time in the Honors College were the lifelong friendships that were formed in dorm rooms, colloquia classes and Honors College breakfasts over the years.
“Of my four years at TCU, the discussions and debates that I participated in with many of my colloquia classes continue to stay at the top of mind and have greatly impacted my outlook on leadership and being a global citizen,” she said. “The best people I have known and the most thought provoking conversations happened in Honors. I cannot say enough great things about TCU’s Honors College!”