Let Me Introduce Myself

I have loved all things animals for as long as I can remember, but for some reason I thought I was going to be a doctor. And then I graduated highschool….in 2020….in the middle of a freaking pandemic. After spending all day everyday with my dogs I realized the only career I wanted was one that would allow me to have a bunch of animals. So obviously I went to a college that has a dog for a mascot and is surrounded by animals.

If you can’t tell already, I am currently a student at Texas A&M. I was a biology major for maybe a week before switching to biomedical sciences. As if college wasn’t already hard enough, at the end of my freshman year I made the decision to dual degree in animal sciences. Along with two bachelors in progress, i’m also minoring in genetics. I know, it’s alot.

But why stop at just two degrees? If all goes as planned, i’ll hopefully be adding a PhD to the mix. Now you may be asking, “why in the world would you put yourself through that?” Short answer… actually there is no short answer. But the long answer is I want to do genetic research and livestock breeding (we’ll discuss this later).

Believe it or not, even with 18 hour semesters I still manage to have free time (crazy, right?). Other than catching up on the sleep I don’t get during the week, I love hanging out with my friends, visiting my family, going on random adventures and of course playing with my dogs.