Executive Council

Grace Vaughn '23

| President
Grace is a second-generation Aggie from Katy, Texas. She is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Psychology and a minor in Russian. At Texas A&M, Grace is a member of 1st Wing Staff in the Corps of Cadets and has been involved in Aggie Muster Committee, Mays Business Fellows, and Ryllies Women's Organization. She works on campus for the Department of Student Activities and as a Teaching Assistant for the Department of International Studies. Upon graduation, Grace will be moving to Austin, Texas to begin her career as an Associate Consultant at Bain & Company.

Katie Patrick '22

| Vice President
Katie was born and raised in Cypress, TX and is a student in the Business Honors Program and Professional Program in Accounting. She is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Accounting and master’s in Entrepreneurial Leadership from Mays Business School. During her time at Texas A&M, Katie has served as the Songfest chair, academic development chair, and assistant new member educator for Tri-Delta, as a peer leader for the Business Honors Program, as the outreach coordinator the Gilbert Leadership Conference, as a Senior Fellow for the Mays Business Fellows Program, as a counselor at Pine Cove, and as a Sweetheart for the Aggie Men's Club. In her free time, Katie loves playing pickleball and tennis, running, and spending time with her friends and family. Following graduation, she hopes to pursue a career in the business field in a capacity that allows her to benefit, encourage, and advocate for others while serving her community and family.

Jacob Mathiasmeier '23

| Director of Internal Affairs
Born and raised in Katy, Texas, Jacob is a first-generation Aggie pursing a bachelor’s degree in Business Honors. At Texas A&M, Jacob is involved in One Army Men’s Organization, serving as Leadership Chair. Formerly, Jacob was a 2-time fish camp counselor; a member of the Freshman Leadership Organization, PREP; and was a delegate for the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference. Off-campus, Jacob is involved in Saint Mary’s Catholic Church and Windy Boxing Club. Jacob’s favorite thing about Texas A&M is the perspective he’s gained from the many Aggies who have impacted him. He occasionally volunteers as a script to help out one of his favorite professors, Dr. Berry. In his free time, Jacob enjoys mixed martial arts, snowboarding, spikeball, tennis and spontaneous travel with family and friends. After graduation, Jacob plans to pursue business roles that allow him to serve others with his relational personality.

Annie Notzon '23

| Director of External Affairs
Annie is a second-generation Aggie from San Antonio, Texas, pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Business Honors. Formerly, Annie served as a peer leader for the Business Honors program, a development committee member for The Big Event, a delegate for the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference and the Gilbert Leadership Conference, a member of Fish Aides, and served as a counselor for T Bar M Camps. Annie currently serves on staff for the Gilbert Leadership Conference as the Alumni Coordinator, is a member of Chi Omega, and a Sweetheart for the Aggie Men's Club. Off campus, Annie loves to serve as a Sunday school teacher for Grace Bible Church and is a Hot Shots soccer coach. Annie holds her future with open hands looking into consulting, non-profits, and a wide-range of other industries. Ultimately, she would love to help serve and support others, foster deeply rooted relationships in her community, and grow each day in gratitude and joy.

Logan Welsh '22

| Director of Marketing
Born and raised in San Antonio Texas, Logan Welsh is currently pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering with a minor in Project Management. Driven by his personal mission to build intentional relationships and contribute to organizations, Logan has found deep involvement at Texas A&M including serving as a Commanding Officer within the Fightin’ Texas Aggie Band, a member of the Ross Volunteer Company, and as Director of Content Development for the Intentional Leadership Conference. Shaped by his developmental experiences and bouts with medical hardship during his time at A&M, Logan has a strong drive to carry forward all that he’s learned in order to inspire positive change in the world around him. Logan's plan post-graduation is to either enter into a career in management consulting or dive into the world of startups.

Bush School of Government and Public Service

William Easton '23

Will is from Tomball, TX, and is a Master of International Affairs student at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, where he is concentrating his studies in Cyber Policy and Intelligence. During his undergraduate degree in Finance, Will was a member of Century Men's Society, served as an Impact Camp Counselor, and volunteered with various organizations such as Achievers by Choice and the City of College Station. He currently works as a Research Assistant for the Bush School's Economic Statecraft Program. Will enjoys good food, sports - especially Aggie football - and meeting new people. After graduation, he is pursuing a career in private intelligence.

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Sam Langenbahn '24

Sam is a second generation Aggie from Boerne, Texas, and is pursuing a degree in Agricultural Leadership with a minor in Religious Studies. During his time at Texas A&M, Sam has served as a member on the Fish Aides service committee, delegate for the Gilbert Leadership Conference, participant in the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference, Breakaway Ministires Reach-Team volunteer, S.O.S. Ministires volunteer, and the Philanthropy Chairmen and Alumni Chairman for The Brotherhood of Christian Aggies. Sam now serves on staff at Central Church as the College Men’s Associate and plans on furthering his education at Dallas Theological Seminary upon graduation. Sam is passionate about people and loves the story that Texas A&M has helped write in his life and hopes to participate in sharing that experience with both current and future students.

Mamie Hertel '24

Mamie Hertel ’24 is an Agricultural Communications and Journalism major and the first Aggie in her family from Moore, Montana, where she grew up on a small farm and ranch. As a transfer student from Montana State University, she began her journey as an Aggie after serving more than 750,000 FFA members as the 2019-2020 National FFA Central Region Vice President. On campus, Mamie is involved in the Student Government Association as the Chief of Staff as well as the Executive Director for the Conference and Student Government Associations. She is a member of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Student Council and is the managing editor for the Spring 2023 AgriLeader magazine. She is also a marketing writing student worker at the Texas A&M Foundation, a position that provides her with the opportunity to write about impactful donor in the Foundation’s publications. Previously, Mamie served as a 2022 Fish Camp Counselor for Camp Lippke, a 2022 Muster host and the 2021-2022 Executive Vice President of Operations for the Student Government Association. In her free time, Mamie enjoys reading, running and walking her miniature dachshund, Winnie.

College of Engineering

Noah Ferguson '22

Noah is a first-generation Aggie majoring in Industrial and Systems Engineering from Keller, Texas. During his time at A&M, Noah has been a member of the Corps of Cadets, Revelation Outdoors Men's Organization, and involved within Grace Bible Church. He has served the 12th Man as a Senior Yell Leader for the 2021-2022 school year. Noah is passionate about innovation that benefits people and the environment. Upon graduation, he hopes to go into the field of industrial design and engineering management. Outside of school you can catch Noah playing music, camping and backpacking, doing anything on the water, and just about anything else outside.

Cortland DeNisio '23

Cortland is a second-generation Aggie from Austin, Texas, pursuing both his Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering and Master of Science in Finance. On campus, Cortland is a proud member of One Army men’s organization where he currently serves as the Service Chairman, Chilifest Co-Chairman, and mentor at Still Creek Ranch. He has enjoyed serving multiple years as a Fish Camp Counselor, Staff Assistant for the Big Event, and as the Service Committee Chairman for the freshman leadership organization; FAST. Cortland spends his summers coaching middle and high school football players in Lake Travis, Texas. In his free time, he loves travelling with his friends and family and enjoys experiencing new things in new places. Upon graduation, Cortland plans to pursue a career in management consulting and hopes to one day return to his passion of coaching football.

Esu Ekeruche '23

Esu is a first-generation Aggie pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Electrical Engineering with a minor in Mathematics and a certificate in Holistic Leadership in Engineering. Born in Benin City, Nigeria, her family relocated to Houston, Texas in 2012. During her time at Texas A&M, she has served as a student blogger for Ingenium, a peer notetaker for Texas A&M University Disability Resources, and a student ambassador for the Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering. She is currently involved in the Craig and Galen Brown Engineering Honors Program, the National Society of Black Engineers, and the Zachry Leadership Program. After graduation, Esu plans to continue her interest in service and philanthropy, writing and communication, and problem solving.

Glory Oluwole '23

Glory is a first generation Aggie, born in Nigeria and based in Houston. He is a student under the College of Engineering pursuing a bachelor's degree in Aerospace Engineering. Glory is a member of the Corps of Cadets outfit, Gator 2 and serves as the co-captain of the Corps Men's Basketball Club Team. He is also a Platoon Leader in the Ross Volunteer Company. Furthermore, he is involved with the Aggie Club of Engineers and serves the organization as the Athletics Director. Upon graduation, he plans to work with an aviation company while seeking a master's degree and enjoy a long career in Aerospace Engineering.

Austin Gaskamp '23

Austin is a first-generation Aggie from Katy, TX. He is a President’s Endowed Scholar pursuing a degree in mechanical engineering with a minor in computer science. On campus, he is a director of the Horizons Consulting Guild, an officer for the Aggie Club of Engineers, a student of Titans of Investing Class XXXIII, and former member of freshman leadership organization, PREP. He enjoys reading, staying active, and spending quality time with friends. Upon graduation, Austin plans to pursue a career as a management consultant.

Reagan Isbell '23

Reagan is a first-generation Aggie, Brown Scholar, and President’s Endowed Scholar from Colleyville, Texas. She is majoring in biomedical engineering with a minor in Spanish and certificate in international engineering on a pre-med track. On campus, she has served as a Fish Camp Counselor, Big Event Staff Assistant, MSC Abbott Delegate, and member of Global Medical Brigades. She has also been involved with the executive team for Texas A&M National Scholar Ambassadors (TANSA), Ags REACH, and Engineering Honors. In her free time, Reagan has enjoyed her membership in Legacies women’s organization, Freshmen Reaching Excellence in Engineering (FREE), and a bible study. She has spent her summers working at Houston Methodist Research Institute and studying abroad in Rwanda. She is passionate about building relationships and hopes to continue empowering and serving others through both her future career and free time. Reagan is honored to have been selected for Texas A&M E2M Engineering to Medicine Early Assurance Program and, upon graduation, plans to attend Texas A&M EnMed campus in Houston pursuing a medical doctorate and master’s in engineering.

Jessica Johnson '22

Jessica is a second-generation Aggie from Plano, Texas, majoring in biomedical engineering with a minor in Spanish. She is a Brockman Scholar, and she will continue her education at Texas A&M to earn a Master of Science in Business upon completion of her bachelor’s degree as part of this scholarship program. She has been involved with Texas A&M National Scholar Ambassadors, where she currently serves as the vice president. Jessica also has the privilege of working as an undergraduate research assistant in Dr. Grunlan’s Biomaterials Lab. She hopes to use her research, study abroad and internship experience to make a difference in the medical device industry upon graduation, helping those in areas without health care acquire access to necessary medical technology.

Ashley Read '22

Ashley Read is a mechanical engineering honors student from Houston, Texas. She is a Brown Foundation and President’s Endowed Scholar pursuing a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering with a minor in engineering project management. She is involved in both the Engineering and University Honors Programs as well as undergraduate research. In her free time, Ashley participates in a Bible study, Engineers Without Borders, and practices with the Texas A&M Waterski Team. During her time on campus, she has also been involved with Horizons Consulting Guild, the REACH Project, The Big Event, and has studied abroad in Italy. After graduation, Ashley will work in Houston at Bray International in their Sales Rotational Excellence Program and volunteer with Engineers Without Borders.

Theron McAdoo '22

Theron moved to College Station from Golden, Colorado in 2018 as a first-generation Aggie to pursue a bachelor's degree in Industrial and Systems Engineering. He began his time in Aggieland as a fish in the Corps of Cadets and a member of the freshman organization FORME. He has since served as the First Sergeant and Commander of Squadron 17, a member of the Ross Volunteer Company, and he works as a student employee. Theron loves reading, writing, long distance running, and spending time in the outdoors with his friends and family. Upon graduation, Theron plans to work for the US Forest Service while pursuing entrepreneurship.

College of Liberal Arts

Caroline Thomas '23

Caroline is a first-generation Aggie from Dallas, Texas. She is a student in the College of Liberal Arts majoring in communications honors with a minor in business. She is also pursuing a certificate in Health Communication and hoping to achieve a Certificate for Professional Distinction in Sales. On-campus, Caroline has been involved in The Big Event as a student research coordinator and a staff assistant. She is also a member of Kappa Kappa Gamma sorority and has served as education chairman and public relations assistant. She is also in the Reynolds & Reynolds Sales Leadership Institute. In addition to her campus involvement, she is the primary trainer for a horse at a local ranch. Caroline hopes to have a career in medical sales and marketing upon graduation in 2023.

Karlina Sample '22

Karlina is from Frisco, Texas and is a student in the Liberal Arts school pursuing her bachelor’s degree in Telecommunications. On campus, she serves in various leadership positions such as President of The B.L.U.E.print, member of the Student Athlete Advisory Committee and representative on the Aggie Commitment initiative. Karlina is also a defender and captain on the Women's soccer team. After graduation, Karlina plans on working towards her master’s degree in Entrepreneurial Leadership.

Catherine Joseph '23

Catherine is a third-generation Aggie from Aledo, TX. She is a sophomore student pursuing a bachelor's degree in Communications and a minor in Psychology. While at A&M, Catherine has been a part of the leadership organizations Fish Aides and MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference. She was on staff for the Gilbert Leadership Conference and The Big Event. She has served on the campaign committee for 5 For Yell and is a member for Chi Omega where she now serves as the secretary. During her free time, she loves to travel, listen to music, and spend time with her friends and family. Catherine has spent the last 6 summers pursuing her passion by volunteering at a camp for children with special needs. Upon graduation, Catherine hopes to continue her education and become a counselor for families that have special needs children.

Narius Nedd '23

Born and raised in Houston, Texas, Narius Nedd is a second-year student pursuing an undergraduate degree in International studies. At Texas A&M, Narius serves as the Community Coordination Chairman of the NAACP, the Vice President of the Society of International Studies, and works with The Red Cross as a Youth Action Coordinator. Additionally, Narius loves playing basketball, watching documentaries, and learning different languages. His involvement in various organizations in and out of Aggieland, has led him to have a strong interest in the lives and welfare of others. Upon graduation, he plans to attend law school where he hopes to use his skills and degree to become a politician.

Sydney Ramon '23

Sydney is a first generation Aggie from McAllen, TX, pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Political Science with a minor in Communication. During her time at Texas A&M, Sydney has served on the Legislative Relations Commission where she has authored multiple bills to advocate for improvements within higher education. Additionally, she has been a member of the freshman leadership organization, Fish Aides; the 72nd Session of the Texas A&M Student Senate; and works as the Strategic Communication Intern for the Texas A&M Office of Government Relations where she supports the universities legislative initiatives through digital advocacy. Off-campus, Sydney is a TEDx Speaker and the Executive Director of a youth-led community organization, The RGV Matters which focuses on empowering young people in border communities. Upon graduation, Sydney hopes to continue combining her passion for higher education, advocacy and communication.

Mays Business School

Mason Goldwasser '23

Mason is a first-generation Aggie and was born and raised Austin, Texas. He is currently pursuing his Bachelor's Degree in Finance from Mays Business School and . Mason loves competing with his friends in golf, basketball or any sort of event where he gets to be around those he loves most. He enjoys a warm fall afternoon, a good football game, Sundays at the Masters, and a 12 Ct Chicken Nugget Combo from Chick-Fil-A. During his time at A&M, Mason has served on the Programs Committee for The Big Event, as a Recruitment Chair for Aggie Men's Club, and as the Director of the Gilbert Leadership Conference. Off Campus, Mason has loved the opportunity to be a Campus Intern and Counselor for Camp Ozark as well as volunteer for Restoration Church Bryan. After Graduation, Mason hopes to continue learning from, serving, and leading others while living faithfully for the Lord.

Grayson Winchester '23

Grayson is from Fort Worth, Texas, and is a student in the Business Honors Program at Mays Business School, where he is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in business honors. On-campus, Grayson is a member of the Corps of Cadets where he currently serves as the Corps Commander. He has previously been a member of Company K-2 and the Texas A&M Recon Company. Outside of the Corps, Grayson has served as Co-Director of Programs for the Abbott Family Leadership Conference. Additionally, he has served as a member of the Student Government Legislative Relations Commission and several student body campaigns. In the future, Grayson plans to pursue a career path that leads towards impacting humanitarian relief and development in conflict zones.

JD Carter '23

JD is a second-generation Aggie from Austin, Texas, and is a student in the Business Honors Program at the Mays Business School. After college, he hopes to attend medical school and pursue his dream of becoming a physician. During his time at Texas A&M, he has enjoyed being on staff for the Abbott Leadership Conference, The Big Event, Muster Committee, and the Gilbert Leadership Conference. He is also a member of the Aggie Men's Club. Off-campus, he has conducted research with the Texas A&M on Alcohol Use Disorder, and volunteers weekly at the St. Joseph's Emergency Room. He is currently on the founding team for the first free healthcare clinic through the Texas A&M College of Medicine, which will launch in May.

Joseph Rodgers '23

Joseph is a second-generation Aggie from Texarkana, Texas. He is pursuing a degree in Finance and Business Honors from Mays Business School, while earning a minor in Economics and certificates in International Business and Advanced International Affairs from The Bush School. During his time at Texas A&M, Joseph has served as the Finance Director, Development Director, and volunteer at The 12th Can, Texas A&M’s on-campus student-run food pantry, camp counselor for Impact Ministries, and Off-Campus Senator in the Student Government Association. He also has the privilege of researching economic statecraft at The Bush School under Dr. William Norris and has co-authored academic articles on topics such as intellectual property theft and supply chain security. He is a part of Mays Business Fellows Group XL, and a former member of Horizons and apprentice consultant of the Mays Communication Lab. Off campus, Joseph helps his family pack shoeboxes for Operation Christmas Child and is involved in Grace Bible Church Southwood. He enjoys spending time with friends and family, reading about and discussing current events, traveling domestically and abroad, and watching college football. Joseph is dedicated to public policy and international affairs, and hopes to work in the Washington, D.C. area or in Texas after graduation.

Josh Glenney '24

Josh is a fourth-generation Aggie from Tyler, Texas, pursuing a bachelor's degree in Business Honors and Supply Chain Management. On campus, Josh enjoys being a member of Squadron 17 within the Corps of Cadets, where he has gotten to lead the Public Relations committee. He has served as a Big Event staff assistant, a subcommittee chair for Business Student Council, a Songfest chair, and a member of FAST. Additionally, Josh has been involved in Mays Strategic Philanthropy, the campaign committee for 5 for Yell, and Pine Cove Camps. Upon graduation, he hopes to attend law school and work as an intersection between supply chains and human trafficking.

Kaitlin Wilson '24

Kaitlin is a fourth generation Aggie from Midlothian, Texas. She is a President’s Endowed Scholar pursuing a management degree on the pre-law track in the Mays School of Business. As a member of Delta Gamma, she has served as the Vice President of Panhellenic, Director of Social Awareness and Formal Recruitment Day Chair. Kaitlin has also participated in The Big Event as a volunteer and Staff Assistant, as well as in Freshman Aggies Spreading Tradition (FAST). Through her involvement in Aggie Student Mobilization, Kaitlin attended a Christian summer leadership and discipleship program in Florida in the summer of 2021. She also plans to study abroad in Italy during the summer of 2022 through the business school. Kaitlin currently volunteers at Restoration Church located in Bryan, TX. Following graduation, Kaitlin plans to seek a Juris Doctorate degree in the field of education law & policy. Ultimately, Kaitlin hopes to develop and implement life-skills curriculum in school systems to equip students to discover and maximize their full potential.

Anthony Lovelace-Carroll '23

Anthony is from Fort Worth, Texas, and is a Management Information Systems major at Mays Business School pursuing a bachelors degree in addition he is pursuing his passion in photography with an art minor. Throughout campus, Anthony is involved in the Memorial Student Center and Student Activities with a focus in diversity and inclusion work. Anthony maintains academic performance, organizational involvement, all the while holding a part time job on campus in the McFerrin Center for Entrepreneurship. After Graduation Anthony plans to pursue a career in consulting

Caroline Adami '23

Caroline is a second generation Aggie from Cypress, Texas, and is a student in the Professional Program of Accounting at Mays Business School, where she is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Accounting and a master's degree in Marketing. On campus, Caroline is a Group XL member of Business Fellows. Caroline is a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority and has served as a peer leader for the Freshman Business Initiative (FBI) Program at Mays and as a Sweetheart for the Aggie Men's Club. She was also involved with the Gilbert Leadership Conference during her freshman year and the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference during her sophomore year. After college, she plans to pursue a career in which she can utilize the skills and knowledge she obtained during her time at A&M and pursue her passion for building relationships and serving families.

Parker Puckett '23

Parker is a first-generation Aggie from Brenham, TX, currently pursuing a bachelor's in Finance through Mays Business School. While at A&M, he has enjoyed the friendships and memories made through Aggie Men's Club, where he served as a Songfest chair in the past and currently serves as the social chair on the executive council. Parker has also been a part of The Big Event as a Staff Assistant, Abbott Leadership Conference as a delegate, and Camp Ozark as a summer counselor and campus rep. Off campus, he enjoys working for Onward Reserve, as well as hanging out with friends, reading, running, and eating lots of Blue Bell Ice Cream. After earning a degree, Parker plans to enter the consulting industry or work for a nonprofit or ministry.

Aabid Razvi '23

Aabid is a third-generation Aggie from College Station, Texas pursuing degrees in Business Honors, and Finance with a minor in Cybersecurity and a certificate in Intelligence. During his time at Texas A&M, Aabid has enjoyed leading the COVID-19 Small Business Response Team, peer leading in the Business Honors Program, participating in Gilbert Leadership Conference, and being a member of Fish Aides and the Business Student Council. He enjoys traveling, politics, Aggie football, and playing basketball in his free time. In the future, Aabid hopes to be a judge on a federal court and impact policy in that way.

Cole McCabe '23

Cole is a first-generation Aggie from Dallas, Texas, pursuing a Finance degree through Mays Business School. While at Texas A&M, Cole has served on the recruitment committee for The Big Event, been involved with the Abbott Family Leadership Conference, the Gilbert Leadership Conference, and Fish Aides. He is also a proud member of the Aggie Men’s Club. Off campus, Cole works closely with East West Ministries International doing consulting work for missionary start-ups overseas. Cole enjoys golf, reading, road trips with friends and Andy’s frozen custard. After earning a degree, Cole plans to pursue a career in consulting or commercial real estate before ultimately working in the non-profit sector at the crossroads of business and international missions.

School of Architecture

Colin Lantz '21

Colin is a first-generation Aggie from San Antonio, Texas. He is pursuing a master’s in fine arts in visualization. As an undergrad, Colin earned his bachelor’s degree in visualization in the College of Architecture. While at Texas A&M, he has served as the publicity director of Aggie Replant as well as a member of the freshman leadership organization, Fish Aides. Colin has participated as a delegate in the Spencer Leadership Conference and as a member of the Aggie Men’s Club. Upon graduation, he aspires to work in the animation industry for a motion picture studio.

School of Education & Human Development

Janae Alexander '24

Janae is a first-generation college student and first-generation Aggie pursing a doctoral degree in Health Education and earning two graduate certificates in College Teaching and Advanced Research Methods. Janae grew up in the paradise island of Trinidad & Tobago, where she completed her education up to the high school level. She then went on to attend Central Michigan University, where she completed her undergraduate and master's degree in Public Health. Now at Texas A&M, serves as an instructor of record for various Allied Health classes, serves on the executive board of Black Graduate Students' Assocation as the community service coordinator and Bold Leaders in Urban Education as the secretary. Nationally, Janae serves on the Board of Trustees for the Society of Public Health Education and devotes her time to many community service organizations including Big Brother Big Sister, Food Banks, and youth serving organizations. In her free time, Janae loves interior design and home restoration, learning to bake, and doing Zumba. After graduation, she plans on pursing a tenure track professor position with a dual appointment in Student Life's department of Health Promotion.

Patrick Johnson II '23

Patrick is a first-generation Aggie from DeSoto, Texas. He is currently pursuing a Bachelor’s degree in Sport Management with a minor in Business. Outside of Maroon Coats, Patrick competes as a sprinter for the Texas A&M Track and Field team. He currently is a member of the TAMU pre-law society and serves as VP of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC). He enjoys spending his free time volunteering in the College Station community at various service events. Upon finishing his career as a student-athlete at Texas A&M, Patrick plans to attend law school.

School of Public Health

Noble Udoh '22

"Noble is a senior undergraduate Public Health student graduating in May 2023. He is originally from Nigeria and moved to Austin, TX in 2017. He started at Austin Community College where he served as Student Body President. In this role, he led a team that worked on a project to establish the school’s first comprehensive health center. In the Fall of 2020, Noble transferred from Austin Community College to Texas A&M University. In the Spring of 2021, he was appointed to serve as Chief of Staff to the 2021-2022 Student Body President. Nine months into this role, he was promoted to serve as her Executive Vice President. In February 2022, Noble contested for the role of Student Body President alongside eight other candidates. He secured an endorsement from the leadership of the 2,000-student Texas A&M Corps of Cadets and multiple student organizations. After the election, he was appointed to serve a second term as Executive Vice President where he manages the $50,000 Student Government budget to serve 70,000 students. In his free time, he likes to exercise, spend time with friends and family, play video games, and serve as a sound volunteer at Restoration Church. Upon graduation, Noble plans to pursue a career in the business field as a Consultant."

School of Veterinary Medicine & Biomedical Sciences

Kathryn Guan '24

Kathryn Guan is a first-generation Aggie from Pearland, Texas pursuing a bachelor's degree in Biology with a minor in Business. At A&M, she is a President's Endowed Scholar on the pre-dental track and is active in the TAMU Pre-Dental Society. Along with this, she is a member of Kappa Alpha Theta as well as Aggie Habitat for Humanity, where she serves as the President for the 2022-2023 year. In her free time, Kathryn enjoys playing tennis - a passion that has especially grown in her time at A&M where she works as the A&M Women's Team manager. She enjoys coaching in her free time, as well as competing on the A&M Club Tennis Team. She also leads the Mitchell Maniacs - a student support org for the A&M tennis teams. Kathryn loves dogs and has gotten the opportunity to raise service puppies. Upon graduation, Kathryn hopes to attend dental school in pursuit of nonprofit dentistry, expanding care to those who lack the resources to adequate dental care.

Krishnendu Sreekumar '23

Born in Thalassery, India, and raised in a variety of cities, Krish is a first-generation Aggie majoring in Biomedical Sciences. During her time at Texas A&M University, Krish has served as captain and guest lecturer representing TAMU Sahithya, a competitive Indian Classical Dance organization. She has enjoyed her time volunteering as the founder of Student Medical Literature Forum, supervisor for TAMU BUILD, member of Biomedical Students Association, Hindu Students Association, Courtney Cares, and The Big Event. Krish has also served as a team leader and research assistant for the Aggie Research Program through the privilege of working with numerous doctors conducting medical research at both TAMU College of Medicine and Houston Methodist. In addition, Krish worked as an event coordinator with University Center and Special Events and orientation leader for New Student conferences. In her free time, she loves cooking, reading, and spending time with her family and friends. Upon graduation, Krish plans to pursue a career in the broader healthcare and medical field that gives her the privilege of bettering patient outcomes and leading by example.

Bridget Higgins '22

Bridget received her bachelor’s in Biomedical Sciences from Texas A&M and is currently getting her master’s in Business. Bridget has served on Traditions Council, Emergency Care Team, Project Sunshine, BUILD, and as a special advisor for Tradition Enrichment. Bridget has also worked as a team lead for research at Texas A&M in collaboration with ARP, BRC, and the Michael E. DeBakey Institute as well as worked as an RA and at Dutch Bros Coffee. Bridget is a relentless optimist who actively seeks out opportunities to serve internationally by providing solvency to pressing humanitarian issues around the globe. She has served across nearly 50 countries working to mitigate the global health equity issue and hopes to continue doing such during her gap year prior to continuing to medical school to one day serve as an ER physician within the U.S. Air Force’s Critical Care Air Transport teams. When she isn’t busy studying you can find Bridget backpacking new countries, on a run, or cheering on the Pittsburgh Steelers!

Abby Trangsrud '23

Abby is a third generation Aggie from Flower Mound, Texas pursuing an undergraduate degree in Biomedical Sciences with a minor in Spanish. After graduating, she will be pursuing an accelerated degree for a Bachelor of Science in Nursing. Abby is the president of Philadelphia Sisters and actively serves with Hope Pregnancy Center. She is an active member of her church, Restoration, where she enjoys serving on the Connections Team and leading a Missional Community Group. In the past, she was a delegate for the Abbott Family Leadership Conference, a member of Ags Reach, and an Impact Counselor. She dreams of pursuing a career in Nursing with a focus in education and relief in developing countries. Some things that excites Abby the most are traveling and learning new things.

Marta Pulfer '24

Marta is a first-generation Aggie from Wayne, Nebraska, currently pursuing a doctor of veterinary medicine degree. During her time as an undergraduate student at A&M, she performed undergraduate research in the Wooley Research Group, served as president for the Texas A&M Dairy Science Club, attended the Texas Agricultural Lifetime Leadership Program in Poland, won the North American Intercollegiate Dairy Challenge, and participated in a semester exchange program to the UK. Currently, she is a member of Texas A&M National Scholars Ambassadors, Bovine Practitioners, and Student American Veterinary Medical Association. Through these experiences in and out of Aggieland, she has found passions in animal welfare and global sustainable agriculture, which she hopes to carry into a future career in the production animal medicine field.