Glynda Steele - Communications and Customer Relations representative
Glynda's primary responsibility is serving as a departmental customer relations and communications liaison to the University community. She also coordinates housing assignments, housing selection, and temporary housing when necessary. In addition, she serves as the key person responsible for the accuracy of the Housing and Residence Life database. Glynda also assists housing administrators in creating and maintaining move-in and move-out processes and is responsible for supporting the day-to-day leasing, marketing and conference activities.
Glynda took the road less travelled when it came to her education and ended her journey right where she is currently working, The University of Texas at San Antonio (B.S. in History). Upon graduation, Glynda became a middle school teacher. Her love of Texas History and the learning process as well as her ability to make learning fun made her job a joy. She is still in contact with many of her students as they are now in their early to mid 20s with children of their own and to this day they still call her "Miss G." After eight years of teaching, Glynda decided to pursue other opportunities. She began working as a U.S. Federal Government contractor in San Antonio. She worked for the maintenance contract as the Facilities Coordinator. After a number of years, the opportunity of coming back to UTSA presented itself and she leaped at the chance to return. She has been the Housing Operations Coordinator since March of 2009. Glynda advanced to her current position, Communications and Customer Relations representative, in the summer of 2012.
Glynda enjoys laughing and spending time with good friends and family. Her greatest joy is her son, Robert Steele III. "Trey" is a 2013 graduate of John Marshall High School in San Antonio, Texas. She has been married to her husband, Robert Jr. for almost 20 years. Robert Jr. holds two World Records at the Bonneville Salt Flats on his 1000cc motorcycle. Glynda and Robert Jr. are active members in a Jeep club and enjoy taking road trips through the hill country or to camping on the beach. They also have a two lovely Chihuahuas who celebrate their arrival home every evening like it's a parade. Miss Hope and Mr. Dutchy bring great laughter and excitement to their days.
Phone: (210) 458-6200
Office: San Saba Hall: C-104D