Executive Council

Morgan Schorn '25

Dallas, TX | Director of Internal Affairs
Morgan Schorn is a first-generation Aggie born and raised in Dallas, Texas. She is an Honors International Studies student minoring in Business. During her time at Texas A&M, Morgan has served as the academic excellence director and assistant new member educator for Kappa Kappa Gamma, a volunteer for Breakaway Ministries, and the delegates coordinator and assistant director for the Gilbert Leadership Conference. Morgan is also currently working as an undergraduate research assistant working on a project to determine causes of violence globally. In her free time Morgan loves snow skiing, reading a good book and considers herself to be a national park enthusiast. Following graduation Morgan hopes to pursue a career that allows her to learn from and serve the people and cultures of the world.

Samantha Lo '25

The Woodlands, TX | Director of Marketing/PR
Samantha is a first-generation Aggie from The Woodlands, Texas. She is a Brown Scholar and President's Endowed Scholar currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering. During her time at A&M, Samantha has been involved in Kappa Alpha Theta, Freshman Reaching Excellence in Engineering (FREE), and served as a Muster Host. Samantha has also served as an Engineers' Week Co-Chair and Vice President Internal for the Student Engineers' Council. Upon graduation, Samantha hopes to pursue a career that combines her passions for healthcare and data analysis.

Sarah Anderson '25

Helotes, TX | President
Sarah is a first-generation Aggie from Helotes, Texas. She is currently pursuing her Bachelor's degree in Business Management with a focus in Human Resources at Mays Business School. Outside of academics, she enjoys playing pickleball, wake surfing, and getting boba. Throughout campus, Sarah is involved in her sorority Delta Gamma where she is currently serving as Director of Lectureship. She has also had the opportunity to serve as an Impact Counselor for two years. Off-campus, Sarah volunteers at Declaration Church in the Kids Ministry, worked at TbarM on Day Camp Leadership, and will intern with Valero in 2023. After graduation, Sarah hopes to pursue her passion for management while impacting her community through her love for service.

Luke Kohler '25

Houston, TX | Director of External Affairs
Luke is a second-generation Aggie from Houston, Texas. He is pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Finance from Mays Business School. Luke is proud to serve as the Fellowship Chair for Aggie Men's Club and the Secretary for the International Justice Mission. Luke is also a delegate for the Abbott Family Leadership Conference. Off-campus, he has conducted research and fundraised for human trafficking initiatives and been involved in the McClean Classics Academy. Luke enjoys hunting, fishing, reading, working out, and spending time with friends. After college, Luke hopes to embark on the business world, specifically in Private Equity.

Caroline Woodward '25

Dallas, TX | Vice President
Caroline is a second generation Aggie from Dallas, Texas, currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Accounting from Mays Business School. During her time at A&M, Caroline has served on the Development Commission in the Student Government Association, as a staff assistant for Big Event, and has been apart of Fish Aides. Caroline's off campus activities have included serving at the Boys and Girls Club of Brazos Valley, working as a counselor at Kanakuk, and being a member of the Pi Beta Phi sorority. She is also involved with Youth Impact, where she volunteers with under-resourced youth in the Bryan/College Station area. Caroline enjoys traveling, singing, going on walks with friends, and eating at Chuys. Upon graduation, Caroline hopes to pursue a career that combines her passion for learning and service.

Bush School of Government and Public Service

Cameryn Jones '25

Wall, TX
Cameryn is an International Studies major from Wall, Texas, with a minor in Religious Studies. As a proud third-generation Aggie, she is passionate about engaging with the A&M community through various on campus organizations. Reflecting her interests in public service, Cameryn is involved in the Memorial Student Center Student Conference on National Affairs (SCONA), acting as the Director of Multimedia and a previous Roundtable Host. She has also served as a delegate for the Abbott Family Leadership Conference and a Staff Assistant for The Big Event. Cameryn’s off campus activities have included serving as a counselor at T Bar M camps, participant in a homeless mission trip to Denver, Colorado, and member of John 15 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. Currently, she is a member of the Gamma Alpha Chapter of Tri Delta, where she has filled the role of Community Service Chair. Cameryn’s other hobbies include volunteering at the Aggieland Humane Society and creating artwork with acrylic paint or colored pencils. After graduation, she is pursuing a career in public service.

Charles Phillips '24

Austin, TX
Charles is from Austin, Texas, but was originally born in Cleveland, Ohio. Charles is a student at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, where he is pursuing a bachelor's degree in political science and a graduate certificate in Advanced International Affairs. During his time at A&M, Charles has been a member of Aggie Men's Club where he currently serves as Songfest Chair. Additionally, he also works as an assistant at The Wisenbaker Engineering Building, helps TAMU International Justice Mission, and is an active member of the Cord of Three and Ditty Men's bible study. Charles enjoys traveling with his family, breakaway, beating his friends in golf, A Tradition Unlike Any Other, The Phoenix Open, and taking lake trips with his lads. After completing his degree and graduate certificate, Charles plans to serve the Lord through either a career in government, a nonprofit organization, or international missions.

Adam Paris '25

Dayton, MN
Adam is a first-generation Aggie from Dayton, Minnesota, and is pursuing a Master of International Affairs degree at the Bush School of Government & Public Service. He graduated from Texas A&M University with a Bachelor of Science in Economics in May 2023. Adam has a passion for service and enjoys spending his free time reading the Bible, mentoring underclassmen, running, and being outdoors. Adam is involved in the Corps of Cadets in Company K-2, Student Conference on National Affairs (SCONA), and The Ready Room. He was previously involved in Freshmen in Service and Hosting (FISH) and Howdy Crew. Adam currently serves as the Commander of the Ross Volunteer Company and a Platoon Leader in Company K-2. He works as a research assistant at the Economic Statecraft Program at the Bush School. After graduation, he is pursuing a career in public service overseas.

Sydney Ramon '23

McAllen, TX
Sydney is a first-generation Aggie from McAllen, Texas. She has a Bachelor's degree in Political Science from Texas A&M University and is currently pursuing her Master's degree in Public Service & Administration at the Bush School of Government and Public Service, where she serves as the Academic Affairs liaison to the Dean. During her undergraduate program, Sydney served as the Commissioner of Legislative Relations for the Texas A&M Student Government Association, advocating for key bills on behalf of the student body in Congress and the Texas Legislature. Additionally, Sydney served as a Student Senator; Maggie; Fish Aide; and on several university-wide task forces. She is also a TEDx speaker, Bryan ISD Education Foundation Board Fellow, and former Congressional Intern. After graduation, Sydney aims to pursue a career in public policy, specifically advancing legislation that builds a healthy, sustainable, and prosperous future for all.

College of Agriculture and Life Sciences

Ellie McSpadden '25

Austin, TX
Ellie is a first-generation Aggie from Austin, Texas, pursuing a degree in Recreation, Park, and Tourism Sciences with a minor in Business and certificates in Professional Event Management and Youth Development. As a transfer student from Baylor University, Ellie began her Aggie journey in the Spring of 2022. On campus, Ellie is involved in Chi Omega, as the transfer team assistant, and Aggie Nations, as a host group leader. She also has worked as a counselor at Pine Cove Camps, volunteered at a Young Life camp, and will intern with Family Legacy in Zambia, Africa, in the Summer of 2023. Additionally, she actively serves at Save Our Streets Ministries and in the childcare at Grace Bible Church. In her free time, Ellie loves pickleball, concerts, and road trips with her friends. She loves witnessing how the Lord writes people’s stories and testifies on her blog, Surrendered Story, about how God has transformed her life and the lives of others. Ultimately, Ellie prays that she lives faithfully to the glory of God and plans to pursue a career in nonprofit ministry upon graduation.

Lucas Trosper '24

New Braunfels, TX
Lucas is from New Braunfels, Texas and is studying Biological and Agricultural Engineering through the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. He is a member of the Corps of Cadets in Squadron 17 and will be commissioning into the Air Force upon graduation where he hopes to work as a Combat Rescue Officer or a pilot. Lucas also serves on Aggie Muster Committee as a Programs Executive.

Jerome Linyear '26

Pittboro, NC
Jerome hails from Pittsboro, NC, and is a PhD student in the Animal Science department of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. His area of focus for his doctoral degree is maintaining grazing sustainability for beef cattle in rangeland conditions in the state of Texas and surrounding western states. He currently serves as the director for the Cargill Thrive Program, a professional development scholarship program for undergraduate students in the College of Agriculture, and is a proud member of the Traditions Council. After gaining his PhD in Animal Science, Jerome plans to pursue a career in agricultural extension and specialize in beef cattle production.

Cody Polk '26

Dallas, TX
Cody is from Dallas, Texas, and is a student in the Agricultural Economics program under the school of Agriculture and Life Sciences. He is currently specializing in finance and real estate within this department. On campus, Cody fills a leadership role in FCA meetings on Monday nights. He currently plays Defensive End for the Texas A&M football team. After college Cody hopes to go on mission to Japan for a few years working with and planting local churches. Shortly following that he aspires to work for his father in the family business, Lyles DeGrazier.

College of Arts & Sciences

Kathleen Parks '26

Magnolia, TX
Kathleen is a second-generation Aggie from Magnolia, Texas, and is pursuing a degree in Society, Ethics, and Law, with minors in Business and Philosophy. On campus, she has been involved in the Student Government Association as the Vice President of Academic Affairs and Director of Communications, representing the student body in academic matters. Kathleen is also a member of the Delta Omega chapter of Kappa Alpha Theta and serves as the Academic Development and Scholarship Director. Throughout her time at Texas A&M, Kathleen has become increasingly passionate about higher education advocacy and equipping others to achieve their best. Following graduation in May 2026, Kathleen plans to attend law school and pursue a career in higher education law and policy.

Kyler Fife '26

Odessa, TX
Kyler is from Odessa, Texas, and is a first generation Aggie studying Communication. As a proud member of the class of 2026, Kyler is serving Texas A&M as a Junior Yell Leader, member of the Corps of Cadets in Squadron 5, and a member of Traditions Council. Kyler has also dedicated time to Aggie Valor and Fish Camp in his time at Texas A&M, and is heavily involved in Central Church. Kyler loves spending quality time with family and friends in Aggieland as traditions such as Silver Taps and Muster have taught him to value the relationships around you while they are still here. Kyler plans to serve the Lord in some form of ministry after graduation.

Thomas Greve '24

Arlington, TX
Thomas is a third-generation Aggie from Arlington, Texas. He is in the University Honors Program and a student in the College of Arts and Sciences. He is pursuing a bachelor’s and a master's degree in Philosophy. Driven by his passion to spread the Aggie Spirit as much as possible, Thomas has been heavily involved on campus. He has served as a Fish Camp counselor, is a member of the Corps of Cadets in Squadron Three, and a Yell Leader. After graduation, he plans to commission into the United States Navy.

Carter Mallory '26

Decatur, TX
Carter is a second generation Aggie from Decatur, Texas, and is working toward a degree in Biomedical Sciences. Throughout his time at A&M, Carter has served from the position of Guidon Bearer for Squadron 17, worked as a Fish Aide on the campus Muster Committee, and is a member of the Pre-Medical Society. In addition to his involvement on campus, Carter is a counselor for Pine Cove Camps. Upon graduation, he plans to attend medical school to pursue his goal of becoming a surgeon.

Mattie Cheatham '25

Tyler, TX
Mattie is a first-generation Aggie from Tyler, Texas. She is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Biomedical Science, a minor in Spanish, and a Public Health Entomology certificate. During her time at Texas A&M, Mattie has served as the Service Director for Kappa Alpha Theta, a Breakaway Ministries Prayer-Team volunteer, and an Impact counselor. In college, she has enjoyed volunteering at Kemp Carver Elementary School and Scotty’s House, along with spending her summers at Pine Cove as a camp counselor and health assistant. One of Mattie’s core memories at A&M is receiving her Aggie Ring and having it put on by her older brother, Class of 2016. Following graduation in May 2025, Mattie hopes to attend medical school, wanting to serve the Lord as a physician one day.

Nathan Thomas '25

Irving, TX
Nathan is a first generation Aggie from Irving, Texas and is an Economics Major in the College of Arts & Sciences. On Campus, Nathan is a member of the Corps of Cadets in Squadron 8 and is contracted with the United States Air Force. Additionally he has been a delegate for MSC SCONA & MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference, and has served as a Staff Assistant for The Big Event. Upon graduation in 2025, He will commission as an officer in the United States Air Force.

College of Engineering

Carson Seiber '26

College Station, TX
Carson is a second generation Aggie from College Station, Texas, and is pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Industrial Distribution and a Masters in Finance at Mays Business School. Carson is an involved member of Squadron 17 in the Corps of Cadets, where he has held various leadership roles. He was also a delegate for the Abbott Family Leadership Conference, a Songfest chair, and an operations committee member with The Big Event. Carson has spent multiple summers working at T Bar M Camp Travis serving high school students. Additionally, Carson has served on Student Senate, PAID, and was a Fish Aide. Carson loves attending Fightin’ Texas Aggie sporting events, watching Cars, two-stepping, and trying new things! Upon graduation, Carson plans to use his degrees to pursue civilian contracting with the United States Department of Defense.

Grayson Poage '25

Marble Falls, TX
Grayson is a second generation Aggie from Marble Falls, Texas, and is pursuing a degree in Civil Engineering. During his time at Texas A&M, Grayson has been a member of the Corps of Cadets in Company E-2, where he served as Mascot Corporal, or Handler of Reveille X, as a Sophomore. Now, he serves as a Yell Leader. These opportunities have strengthened Grayson’s passion to serve his fellow Aggies and help them find their home in Aggieland. Additionally, he attends Faith Bible Church and leads a Bible study within E-2. Grayson enjoys finding new places to fish, hiking in national parks, and playing basketball and croquet with friends. Upon graduation, Grayson hopes to pursue a career in the field of land development and one day own his own civil engineering firm.

Bella Griffin '25

Cypress, TX
Bella is a fourth-generation Aggie from Cypress, Texas. She is an Industrial and Systems Engineering student dually enrolled in the Master of Science in Finance program. Bella currently serves as the Director of Development for the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference, as a staff assistant for The Big Event, and as the Director of Aggie Activities for Delta Gamma. Through her time as a student, she has been involved as a counselor in Fish Camp, as a founding staff member for a freshman leadership organization, F.A.D.E., and as a freshman member in F.O.R.M.E. Off campus, she serves at Declaration church and has experienced immense growth through her summers at the Pine Cove Ranch and in Zambia with Family Legacy. Bella finds joy in championing the people around her, spending time outside, and witnessing what God is doing in the nations. Upon graduation, she plans to pursue a career in consulting, with the ultimate goal of working in the non-profit sector.

Logan Kettle '24

Round Rock, TX
Logan is a second generation Aggie from Round Rock, Texas. He is a Brockman Scholar pursuing a Computer Science degree with minors in Cybersecurity and Meteorology. Upon graduation, he will complete the MS Business Program at Texas A&M. As a member of Beta Upsilon Chi Fraternity, Logan has has served as New Member Trainer, Outreach Chair, and President. He has also served in Breakaway Ministries, Aggie Nations, Fish Camp, and is a member of the Cybersecurity Club. Off campus, Logan has served at the Bridge Ministries as a volunteer and board member and stays involved with Grace Bible Church as a kids ministry volunteer. Logan enjoys racquet sports, classic literature, select anime, and is passionate about knowing the unique perspectives that every individual has to offer. Logan hopes to pursue a career in Cybersecurity Consulting after finishing his master's degree.

Sam Whitmarsh '25

Lake Jackson, TX
Sam is from Lake Jackson, Texas, and is pursuing a bachelor's degree in Material Science and a certificate in Holistic Leadership in Engineering. Outside of the classroom, he is a member of the Fightin' Texas Aggie Track and Field team, where he serves as team captain. On campus, Sam enjoys his involvement in the Zachary Leadership Program, Engineers Without Borders, The 12th Man Foundation's 1922 Fund, and the Fellowship of Christian Athletes. In his free time, Sam enjoys photography, playing guitar, spending time with family and friends, and just about any outdoor activity. Upon graduation, he plans to find a career path centered on philanthropy.

Jonathan Kutsch '24

San Antonio, TX
Jon is a first-generation Aggie from San Antonio, Texas, pursuing both his Bachelor of Science in Computer Science with an emphasis in Sport Management and Master of Science in Finance. On campus, he has been involved as a member of the Aggie Club of Engineers, Aggie Venture Fund, STEM to Stocks Guild, Horizons Finance Guild, Freshman Reaching Excellence in Engineering (FREE), and as Service Chair for the Aggie Recruitment Committee. In his free time, you can find Jon spending time with friends, golfing, or at Blue Bell Park where he is a Data Analyst for the baseball team.

Chanse Hernandez '24

Seguin, TX
Chanse is a first-generation college student and Aggie from Seguin, Texas. Currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Industrial and Systems Engineering, he is also working towards a minor in Engineering Project Management and a certificate in Holistic Leadership in Engineering. Throughout his academic journey, Chanse has been highly involved in various activities such as the Zachry Leadership Program, Mays Business Fellows Program, Century Men’s Society, MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference, Fish Camp, and Freshman Reaching Excellence in Engineering (F.R.E.E.). Through these experiences, he has developed a strong passion for leadership, collaboration, and people. Looking ahead to his future, Chanse aspires to apply his skills and knowledge in a consulting career, with the ultimate goal of making a difference in the non-profit sector.

Mays Business School

Pravalika Manchi '25

College Station, TX
Born and raised in College Station, Texas, Pravalika is a first-generation Aggie in the Professional Program in Accounting & Aggies on Wall Street programs at Mays Business School. She is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Business Honors and Accounting, and a master’s degree in Finance. During her time at Texas A&M, Pravalika has enjoyed being a part of the Business Student Council, Hindu Students Association, SUMMIT Leadership Conference, Horizons Finance Guild, and peer leading in the Business Honors Program. Additionally, she worked as a student assistant for the Professional MBA program at the Mays Graduate Programs office. In her free time, she enjoys Bollywood dance, cooking, playing tennis, and hanging out with her friends and family. After graduation, Pravalika plans to pursue a career in investment banking or accounting before ultimately working in academia as a professor to help students find their passion within the business industry.

Cole Ragsdale '24

Southlake, TX
Cole is a first-generation Aggie from Southlake, Texas, pursuing a degree in Management Information Systems and Business Honors from Mays Business School along with a minor in Cybersecurity and a Certificate in International Business. During his time at Texas A&M, Cole has served on Traditions Council as the Chair of Silver Taps, the monthly memorial ceremony that honors students that have passed away during their time at Texas A&M. He has also spent time as an undergraduate research assistant at the Economic Statecraft Program, served on the Traditions Enrichment Committee in the Student Government Association, and been a part of Fish Aides. During the spring semester of his sophomore year, Cole studied abroad in Jaén, Spain, in order to immerse himself in the culture and language of Spanish. He enjoys baking for his roommates, reading about current events, and traveling abroad. Cole hopes to pursue a career where he can combine his passions for learning, helping people, and traveling the world.

Anna Stone '24

Tyler, TX
Anna is from Tyler, Texas, and is a General/Consulting Management major at Mays Business School, as well as Pre-Dental. Anna is a member of the Theta Gamma Chapter of Zeta Tau Alpha, Pre-Dental Society, serves as the Director of Events for the Collegiate Council representing 12th Man Foundation, and is a mentor through Big Brother Big Sister of Brazos County. After graduation, she is planning to attend dental school with the goal of owning her own practice.

Cade Coppinger '25

Fairview, TX
Cade is second-generation Aggie from Fairview, Texas, currently pursuing his degree in Finance from Mays Business School. During his time at A&M, Cade has served within Student Government Association as Vice President of External Relations, as Philanthropy Chair for the Brotherhood Christian Aggies, and on the Donor Relations Committee for Big Event. He has also been a delegate for the Abbott Family Leadership Conference, Gilbert Leadership Conference, and a member of Fish Aides. Cade enjoys playing pickleball, golf, drinking coffee, and cooking for friends. After graduation, Cade plans to pursue a career in consulting.

Maria Kariampuzha '26

Tyler, TX
Maria is a first-generation Aggie from Tyler, Texas and is a student in the Business Honors Program at Mays Business School. She is a President’s Endowed Scholar and is currently pursuing a degree in Supply Chain. On campus, Maria has been involved in the Business Honors Recruiting Committee, FORME, and John 15 at St. Mary’s Catholic Church. She has worked for the Texas A&M Academic Success Center as a Chemistry Supplemental Instructor and currently is the Teaching Assistant (TA) for Lieutenant General Van Alstyne. As a member of Delta Gamma, she is currently the Director of Philanthropic Events and has served as the Director of Positive Programming. Off campus, Maria serves as the Executive Director and Founder of Texas Ripple Effect, a volunteer organization that educates high school students about philanthropy, logistics, and fundraising. In her free time, Maria enjoys supporting neighborhood lemonade stands, marathon training, and intentional conversations with anyone and everyone. Maria is passionate about cultivating a heart of gratitude and using her gifts and time to serve those around her.

Kenner Taylor '23

Houston, TX
William “Kenner” is a Business Honors and Finance major from Houston, Texas, who has competed for the past four years on the Men’s Tennis Team. He is pursuing his Master of Real Estate following graduation. During his time at A&M, he has served as a peer leader and as the risk coordinator for Business Honors, was the CEO for Titans of Investing, was a huddle leader, logistics coordinator, and the director of external operations for Traditions Night, and is a member of the University Honors program. Kenner enjoys two-stepping, golfing, and running his podcast Aggie Greats. After earning a degree, he plans to pursue a career in commercial real estate before ultimately pursuing ministry work in adoption.

Abigail Schott '26

Dallas, TX
Abigail is a second-generation Aggie from Dallas, Texas, and is a student in the Business Honors Program at Mays Business School. She is pursuing a degree in Finance. Abigail serves as Assistant Director for the Gilbert Leadership Conference, where she was a delegate and service coordinator previously. She is a member of the Chi Omega Sorority, where she served as an assistant delegate for Songfest, a campus-wide fundraising event put on by Chi Omega. Abigail is a volunteer for Youth Impact Ministries, a weekly after-school program for under-resourced youth in the Bryan/College Station area. In College Station, she enjoys frequenting Carport Coffee, game nights with friends, and going on walks. After graduation, Abigail hopes to pursue a career that blends her love for people and desire to learn.

Blake Guerra '25

Austin, TX
Blake is a second-generation Aggie from Austin, Texas, and is currently pursuing a Bachelor's Degree in Finance from the Mays Business School. During his time in Aggieland, Blake has been involved with The Big Event as both an Executive and a Committee member, the 12th Man Foundation Collegiate Council, and Aggie Suits Men's Organization. In his free time, Blake loves all things outdoors, learning new ways to cook, and traveling with his friends and family. After graduating, Blake plans to begin a career in commercial real estate or fundraising before pursuing a graduate degree.

Britton Bielitz '25

Sugar Land, TX
Britton, raised in true Aggie fashion, is a second-generation Aggie from Sugar Land, Texas. She is a President’s Endowed Scholar pursuing a healthcare marketing degree within Mays Business School while also completing nursing prerequisites and minoring in Spanish. Currently, she serves as staff for Gilbert Leadership Conference, a Member of Delta Gamma Sorority, a Member of Business Student Council, and a Sweetheart for Aggie Men's Club. Her past roles include Director of New Members in Delta Gamma Sorority, Delegate of MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference, Member of the TAMU wakeboarding club, and member of FORME. Fueled by her passion for cultural exploration, Britton spent last summer as an au pair in France and Italy, teaching children English. Looking ahead, she aims to utilize her faith and proficiency in Spanish to pursue a career devoted to serving others and bridging gaps in healthcare.

Jake Carter '25

San Antonio, TX
Jake is a first-generation Aggie from San Antonio, Texas, pursuing a bachelor's degree in Finance from Mays Business School. On campus, Jake is a member of the Corps of Cadets in Company E-1, a member of the Corps of Cadets Club Soccer team, and serves as one of the Texas A&M Yell Leaders. Off-campus, Jake is a member of the Christian fraternity Beta Upsilon Chi and serves as a volunteer at Declaration Church. As an avid outdoorsman, athlete, historian, and cowboy poet, Jake loves sharing his passions while building meaningful relationships. He is never one to shy away from a new and exciting adventure; he has worked in the oilfields of Texas, traveled throughout the nation, and been on global mission trips. Driven by his father's legacy and faith, Jake is committed to serving wherever he is called. After graduation, Jake plans to embark on a career in the business world, with a long-term goal of running his own business.

Swapnil Dash '25

Austin, TX
Swapnil is a first-generation Aggie from Austin, Texas, and is a student in the Business Honors Program at Mays Business School. He is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in Business Honors while completing the prerequisite courses for medical school. During his time at Texas A&M, Swapnil has enjoyed being a part of the Business Student Council, Mays Healthcare Alliance, SUMMIT Leadership Conference, Undergraduate Research Ambassadors, and the Club Tennis Team. Additionally, he is proud to serve as a Research Assistant at the Texas A&M Health Science Center and Mays Business School, and a Teaching Assistant in the Department of Chemistry and Department of Marketing. Currently, Swapnil is an executive officer in the Business Student Council, a volunteer at the St. Joseph’s Medical Center, and a member of the Mays Business Fellows Program. In his free time, he enjoys reading, playing tennis, trying new coffee shops, and hanging out with friends and family. After graduation, Swapnil plans to attend medical school to serve as a physician and improve service quality in healthcare.

Sydney Knoop '24

College Station, TX
Sydney is a second-generation Aggie all the way from College Station, Texas. She is a student in the Professional Program of Accounting at Mays Business School, where she is pursuing a Bachelors’s and Master’s Degree in Accounting. During her time at A&M, Sydney has been a member of Fish Aides, a Peer Leader for Business Honors, and a delegate for the Gilbert Leadership & Abbott Family Leadership Conferences. She has also served as a leader with YoungLife Capernaum and the Social Chair for Business Student Council. Sydney currently serves as a Senior Fellow with the Mays Business Fellows Program and is the Philanthropy Operations Chair for Tri-Delta, helping raise funds and awareness for St. Jude. Off-campus Sydney loves spending time in the children’s ministry at Grace Bible Church, playing pickleball with friends, and eating queso. Sydney has spent her summers as a counselor at Pine Cove, interning with Family Legacy in Zambia, Africa, and studying abroad in Europe, finding a love for international non-profits and ministries. After graduation, Sydney hopes to pursue a career in non-profit or ministry consulting and would love to work with childhood education.

Timothy Mosher '24

Austin, TX
Timothy is first-generation Aggie from Austin, TX. He is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Business Honors and Accounting as well as a Master's Degree in Financial Management through the Professional Program of Accounting at Mays Business School. On campus, Timothy is a player for the Club Ultimate Frisbee team, where he has been able to serve as captain and travel coordinator. He is also a member of Business Student Council, the Business Honors Recruiting Committee, St. Mary's Music Ministry, and was a delegate for the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference. Outside of Aggieland, Timothy has been active playing professionally for the Dallas Legion and Austin Sol in the Ultimate Frisbee Association (UFA). After spending two summers as a counselor at T Bar M Camps, Timothy interned at American Airlines as a Financial Analyst in 2023 and is looking forward to a summer back home in Austin interning with EY as a Risk Consultant.

Ryan Williamson '24

El Campo, TX
Ryan is a second-generation Aggie from El Campo, Texas. He is pursuing a bachelor’s degree in the Mays Business Honors Program while earning a certificate in international trade and agriculture. Ryan recently returned to Texas A&M after taking a gap year to travel to more than 35 states, serving more than 953,000 FFA members as the 2022-2023 National FFA Western Region Vice President. On campus, he is a member of Mays Business Fellows Group XLII and writes articles for the Texas A&M Foundation’s publications as a marketing student writer. During Ryan’s time at Texas A&M, he has been involved with the Student Government Association as a member of the student lobbying team for the SEC in D.C. program and as Finance & Marketing Director for Aggies & Mentors. He has also enjoyed peer leading in the Business Honors Program and serving as a 2022 Muster host. In his free time, Ryan enjoys exploring new cities, playing the piano, and going thrift shopping with his friends. Upon graduation, he plans to move to Washington, D.C. to pursue a career in international agricultural policy.

School of Architecture

Cesar Del Rio '24

College Station, TX
Cesar is a first-generation Aggie from College Station, Texas, pursuing a Construction Science degree. While at Texas A&M, Cesar has served as a secretary for Associated General Contractors, been involved with the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference, Freshman Aggies Spreading Traditions, and the 12th Man Foundation's Collegiate Council. He is also a proud member of the Aggie Men’s Club where he serves as the recruitment chair and on the service committee. Throughout his time at A&M, he has also gotten to work as the Student Manager for the A&M Men's Tennis Team. Cesar enjoys tennis, traveling, hanging out with family and friends, and eating at Coco Loco. After earning a degree, Cesar plans to pursue a career in consulting or commercial real estate and bridge the gap between construction and real estate.

Noah Vandenhouten '24

Austin, TX
Noah, originally from Austin, Texas, is a first-generation Aggie with a proud military background, having served in the U.S. Army before embarking on his academic journey. Currently, he is dedicated to pursuing a Bachelor of Science degree in Global Arts, Planning, Design, & Construction. In addition to his academic pursuits, Noah actively contributes as the Internal Relations Chair for the men's organization, One Army, and participates in the Student Veterans of America group on campus. During his leisure time, he enjoys traveling with friends, cherishing moments with his family, and watching Aggie football. Upon completing his studies, Noah aspires to use his education and diverse experiences in the construction industry, aspiring to excel in a role as a project manager.

School of Education & Human Development

Jaret Allen '25

Lindale, TX
Jaret is from Lindale, Texas and is a student in the TAMU student of education and human development. He is pursuing a degree in Kinesiology with a focus on Motor Behavior and is planning on going into medical school after graduating. Jaret is involved in the Texas A&M Aggie Muster Committee as the facilities and seating co-coordinator, a first sergeant for Squadron-3 in the Corps of Cadets, the Ross Volunteers, and also undergraduate athletic training with Aggie athletics. Jaret has also been a finance manager for the 5forYell campaign team and a fish camp counselor.

School of Public Health

Lily Langenbahn '26

Boerne, TX
Lily is from Boerne, Texas, and is a student in the School of Public Health, where she is pursuing a Bachelor’s Degree in Public Health and a minor in Spanish. On campus, Lily has previously been a member of Fish Aides and a delegate for the Gilbert Leadership Conference. She is currently a member of Chi Omega and a Sweetheart for Aggie Men’s Club. Lily previously served as the Director of Development for Gilbert Leadership Conference and currently serves on the Executive Board of Chi Omega as the New Member Educator. Off campus, Lily has worked at Kanakuk Kamps in Missouri, Kairos Christian School in Guatemala, and looks forward to her summer internship with International Medical Aid in Kenya. Lily is passionate about hopefully attending professional school to become a Physician's Assistant so she can one day use her knowledge of medicine and Spanish to serve local and overseas underserved communities.

Phoebe Perkins '26

College Station, TX
Phoebe is a second-generation Aggie from College Station, Texas, working towards a Bachelor of Science degree in Health. Phoebe serves as the Chi Omega Vice President, and has previously served on campus as a member of Fish Aides, a staff assistant and programs committee member for The Big Event and a delegate of the MSC Abbott Family Leadership Conference. Off campus, Phoebe has been blessed through her time serving as a volunteer at S.O.S. Ministries, a sister for the Big Brothers Big Sisters of the Brazos Valley, and a senior counselor for Pine Cove camps. Currently, she works as a student worker in the Office of Admissions at Texas A&M. Phoebe is greatly enthusiastic about helping others discover their gifts and purposes, and is deeply thankful to be part of a university that shares the same commitment.

Sarah Del Rio '26

College Station, TX
Sarah is an Allied Health student, minoring in business, hoping to pursue a career as a Physician Assistant. On campus, she has been involved with FAST as both a freshman and now a counselor, Fish Camp, Texas A&M Future Aspiring Physician Assistants (FAPA), and Ryllies Women's Organization. Off-campus, she is involved in her church St Mary’s and also shadows at different medical clinics. After graduation, Sarah plans on attending PA school.