Grenique Brown - University of Houston
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Grenique Brown (she/her)

Instructional Assistant

Grenique was born and raised in the beautiful islands of The Bahamas. In 2017 she came to Houston, Texas where she obtained her Bachelor of Science degree, in 2021 at Texas Southern University in Industrial Technology Design with a minor in Computer Science. At Texas Southern University she was a part of many organizations like Collegiate 100, Women of Gold, and Campus Pals, just to name a few.

In Fall 2022, her master’s journey began at the University of Houston Gerald D. Hines College of Architecture. Her first job at UH was at the Campus Recreation Center where she was in training to be a Building Supervisor after working there for only 9 months. Currently, Grenique serves as the Instructional Assistant for the Center for Student Advocacy and Community. In spring 2025 she will be graduating with her Master of Architecture Degree.

“I pride myself on putting God first, spending time with my family, and striving to be successful. My motivation for growth is driven by the sacrifices, my parents had to make for me to get this far. I want to bring my motivation, positive attitude, and passion for helping others to this new center. I want to leave a legacy behind at University of Houston, by making an impact on student’s life!”