Funds raised by the TTUHSC El Paso Employee Giving Campaign are exclusively dedicated
to initiatives on our campus. Participating in this campaign sends a powerful message
to the community that employees not only work here, but also truly believe in our
mission to serve all people through exemplary patient care, education and research.
Every gift, of any amount, makes a difference. Give to what you love at TTUHSC El
Paso, one time or monthly. Join your colleagues in supporting our mission of improving
access to qualify health care for our community and educate the next generation of
researchers, physicians, and nurses.
To make a one-time contribution or sign up for payroll deduction, click here:
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Employee Highlight Stories
Gretchen Ruiz Supports the Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing Excellence Fund
Talk to almost any alumni of the Gayle Greve Hunt School of Nursing, and they’ll tell
you about the ways Gretchen Ruiz helped them on the path to becoming a nurse. Getting
through nursing school can be difficult, and Ruiz has always been inspired to guide
students through any obstacles they face.
Dr. Jerzy Sarosiek Supports the President's Excellence Fund
Dr. Jerzy Sarosiek’s eyes light up, his voice grows louder, and his hands move like
an orchestra conductor’s when he talks about the future of medicine and how it is
tied to each person’s genome.
Steve and Bonnie Weber Support the PLFSOM
Steve and Bonnie Weber both started working for Texas Tech University Health Sciences
Center El Paso (TTUHSC El Paso) in late 2016 and started giving to the Employee Giving
Campaign when it was launched in 2017. They both donate to the Paul L. Foster School
of Medicine. Learn More
Librarian Corina Bustillos Supports the Student Excellence Fund
Corina Bustillos has seen big changes at the Texas Tech University Health Sciences
Center El Paso libraries in her 27 years working here.
Gone are the days when the shelves were packed with books. Today, research is done
primarily with computers. But to Bustillos, the libraries remain vital to the university.
General Service’s Ana Alvarado Supports the PLFSOM
If Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center El Paso had a cheer squad, Ana Alvarado
would definitely be the captain. She started wearing red and black, the university’s
colors, as a daily uniform, and soon her coworkers followed suit.