Robert J. Trulaske Sr., College of Business, University of Missouri
Camp Trulaske leaders

Leadership Team

Jennifer Barnes, Camp Trulaske Coordinator

Jennifer has been with the University of Missouri for five years, working in various capacities. She holds degrees in business administration and educational studies from Columbia College and William Woods, respectively. She was previously a teacher and coach in the public school system for 7 years, including a stint as an FCCLA advisor for three years. She is a mother of 3 children, and while these children keep her busy, when she does have free time, she enjoys spending time at the baseball field or walking and biking on the Katy Trail.  

Jordyn Gier, Lead Director

Jordyn is a sophomore and aims to graduate in 2020 with a Bachelor’s and Master’s of Accountancy. She is from Carthage, Missouri, home of Leggett & Platt's Harry Cornell (also the namesake of the Trulaske College of Business’s main academic building). Aside from serving alongside Adam as the Lead Director of Camp Trulaske, she is a member of Delta Sigma Pi (professional business fraternity), Trulaske College of Business Ambassadors, and a proud member of Mizzou's Love Your Melon Crew (a non-profit organization for pediatric cancer research). Outside of Cornell, she spends most of her time with friends she made here on campus exploring downtown and Columbia's beautiful hiking trails. She loves spending time outdoors and at the lake with family, so she is pumped for Camp Trulaske 2017 at Lake of The Ozarks this summer!

Adam Gentry, Lead Director

Adam is a sophomore studying finance and banking from Kansas City, Missouri. He is well-incorporated in the business community from being a class coordinator in the Cornell Leadership Program and vice president of fundraising for Alpha Kappa Psi (professional business fraternity). He also is involved outside of the Trulaske College of Business as a member of the Student Fee Review Committee and the student chair for the Student Fee Capital Improvement Committee. He enjoys playing Rec basketball and soccer with Brennan, and also enjoys eating and spending quality time with family and friends. Adam can’t wait to team up with the amazing Jordyn Gier and run the inaugural Camp Trulaske.

Brennan Rausch, Director of Communication

Brennan is a sophomore studying marketing and psychology. He is from Saint Louis, Missouri, and went to Valley Park High School. Aside from serving as the director of communications for Camp Trulaske, Brennan is involved with the Cornell Leadership Program and Alpha Kappa Psi. He is a two-sport athlete at Mizzou playing Rec basketball and soccer. Though mediocre at both, he’s proud to wear the “M” on his chest. In his spare time, he has his own sports podcast and can be found near a bonfire with friends.

Anthony Lupo, Director of Marketing

Anthony, a freshman from Saint Louis, is double majoring in marketing and textile and apparel management. He aims to live in New York City and work in apparel marketing or merchandising. A member of the Cornell Leadership Program, he is also a Trulaske College of Business Ambassador and a re-founding father of the Missouri Alpha Chapter of Phi Delta Theta Fraternity. He serves on Phi Delta Theta’s finance and judiciary committee and also as the event coordinator. Previously, he served as the 68th Missouri DECA State President. On breaks from school, he likes to travel and ski the slopes of Colorado.

Megan Conrad, Director of Campus/Corporate Relations

Megan is a freshman from Saint Louis, studying accounting and Mandarin Chinese. She is a member of the Cornell Leadership Program, and serves on the Student Fee Review Committee, Student Fee Capital Improvement Committee, and as vice chair of the Residence Halls Association Operations Committee. She is involved with the Alpha Kappa Psi business fraternity and plays on the Mizzou club racquetball team. Megan loves to cook in her free time – however, the ability to make something other than grilled cheese continues to elude her. She is an avid reader and can usually be found suspended between two trees in a hammock with a good book.