Raising funds for non-profits who help homeless, unwanted, and neglected animals as well as organizations who support the human/animal bond and advocating in city and state governments!
Judy LeUnes came to College Station from Frisco, Texas in 1971 to attend Texas A&M University. She is married and has 6 children as well as: 4 rescue dogs – Wienkie, Remy, B, Darth Vader and a cat named Charmin. Judy and her Board of Directors look forward to helping the animals of multiple organizations, and will continue her support of helping children learn about the humane treatment of animals and the human/animal bond through Wienerspiel.
Tyra Watts came to Bryan/College Station in 2005 to attend Texas A&M University from Giddings and never left. Tyra is a public school teacher, an animal lover, and active in the BCS fitness community. Tyra is the proud fur mama to Roper and Kowley. She is very excited about the plans Wienerspiel has for our community, children, and pets!
Stephanie Walker was born and raised in the Texas Panhandle and came to College Station in 1995 to attend Texas A&M.; She has since made Bryan-College Station her home and now works for the Texas A&M; University Libraries and is active in the Libraries’ Diversity and Wellness Committees. Stephanie loves to spoil her little, rescued princess, Stella, and is passionate about Wienerspiel’s mission for our community.
Arnold LeUnes graduated from Texas A&M University and the University of North Texas, served as an officer for three years in the US Army, taught Abnormal and Sport Psychology for fifty-three years at Texas A&M University, is a long-time supporter of human and animal rights, a “parent” to five rescue animals, and a twelve-year observer and supporter of dachshund races in the local community.
Martha Trotter was born in Groesbeck, Texas. She attended Sam Houston State University and came to Bryan-College Station in 1983. She is a retired teacher and is active in the B-CS Woman’s Club. Martha loves all animals. Her goal is to help as many animals in need as possible.
Our mascot name is yet to be determined, but will be decided on through our upcoming
Wienerspiel™ Mascot Naming Contest!
Stephanie Munson is a Political Science major, Economics minor from Sinton, TX and is a member of the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Class of 2022. When it comes to her studies, her area of focus is public and nonprofit administration, as well as diversity in public organizations and social welfare improvement. Stephanie has been with Wienerspiel since February 2019 and has loved every minute of it. She has an adorable calico cat named Ivy. Stephanie has a huge passion for people and animals alike, and wants to do everything to make the world a better place for everyone.
Mariangela Da Costa is currently studying biomedical science with a minor in business at Texas A&M; University with the hopes of attending their veterinary school after her undergrad. She has been an intern since August of 2019, and has loved giving back to the community and the animals that are constantly giving back to us.
Jazmin Diaz has been an intern for Wienerspiel since August 2019. She is currently a Junior at Texas A&M; and is pursuing her major in Allied Health to become a nurse. Jazmin was always torn between becoming a veterinarian or a nurse while growing up, but she believes that there needs to be more people out there helping each other who are in need, especially during times like this. Choosing the nursing field didn’t stop her from caring about animals though. Jazmin believes that animals are the greatest blessing on this earth and is very passionate about making sure they are being treated with love and care and nothing less than that. That is why she joined Wienerspiel: to help animals who deserve to feel loved.
Abby Dobbs is currently studying Animal Science at Texas A&M; University with the intentions of going to Veterinary School after she completes her undergraduate degree. She is the proud mom to one rescue dog, Maverick, and two rescue cats, Sassy and George. Abby has been an intern since October of 2019, and hopes to find more ways to improve the lives of animals all around us through this wonderful nonprofit.