Tabatha Renz

Director of Alumni Programs

Tabatha Renz serves as Warrior-Scholar Project’s director of alumni programs. Here, she is responsible for developing, executing, and assessing programming to cultivate a robust alumni community.

Tabatha brings extensive experience in the nonprofit sector, having spent most of her career within Veteran Service Organizations. Her previous roles in Iraq and Afghanistan Veterans of America, City of New York, and the Pat Tillman Foundation have allowed her to focus her efforts on the veteran and military family community in a variety of ways.

As a first-generation college student, Tabatha proudly received a Bachelor of Science degree in Health Science Studies from Boise State University. During her undergraduate tenure, she was appointed by the Governor of Idaho as a Commissioner to Serve Idaho, a special commission on service and volunteerism. She also holds a Master of Public Administration degree from New York University, where she was named a Tillman Scholar. 

Originally from the small town of Dillon, Montana, Tabatha moved to New York City to live the big city life in 2013. When she isn’t strolling through the streets of her home in NYC, she can typically be found attending a Boise State Broncos football game on the Blue Turf with her mom.

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