Ann Louden leaving TCU, heading to Adelphi University in NY


Ann Louden at a 2014 Frogs for the Cure event (TCU360).

By Makenzie Stallo

Ann Louden is leaving TCU.

An email from the office of the Chancellor confirmed Louden will be leaving her position as the Chancellor’s Associate for Strategic Partnerships in February.

She will be taking a position at Adelphi University in New York as a special assistant to its president, according to the email.

Louden will also be starting her own consulting company where she will be working with the Gladney Center for Adoption, the Chancellor’s office said.

Louden spent more than three decades at TCU where she worked in the offices of Alumni Relations, Advancement, and the Office of the Chancellor.

She is also the head of Frogs for the Cure, an on-campus organization that coordinates events to raise money for cancer research.

This year the organization expanded its efforts to benefiting all cancers instead of just breast cancer.

Louden’s last day on campus will be Feb. 28.