Texas A & M University’s College of Agriculture & Life Sciences, Early Career Award
Exciting news! I’m flying to College Station, Texas this morning. Tomorrow I will be receiving an Early Career Award from Texas A & M University’s College of Agriculture and Life Sciences (along with Ms. Rachel Cutrer from Ranch House Designs, Inc.). I am incredibly humbled by this award and very thankful to all my friends and family who have supported me along with way. And of course, thank you to my readers, clients, and colleagues who have all made this possible. I am very proud to be a Fightin’ Texas Aggie (Class of 2002 – whoop!) and wouldn’t trade my experience there for anything. I have posted a few pictures from my college days at TAMU.
Livestock judging teammates at Dixie National
Livestock Judging Team at the Houston Livestock Show & Rodeo (1st Place Team!)
Meat Science (Honors Class - was a Smarty Pantz like that). We got to experience harvesting and processing all three species. One of my favorite classes at TAMU.
With my roommates - Tara and Shayla
With livestock judging team before visiting a swine facility taking biosecurity measures.
I was active in Texas Aggie Cattlewomen while at TAMU
With two of my best friends from TAMU at a Texas Aggie Cattlewomen Party
DC Internship Friends at the Dixie Chicken - Whoop!
"Farmer's fight... Farmer's fight..."
I will always love the Fightin' Texas Aggie Band... Whoop!
Interning in Washington DC through Texas A & M University's College of Agriculture & Life Sciences' program. At the Jefferson Memorial.
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