Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations – Land & Water Division
Aimee is a junior Biochemistry and Genetics double major involved in policy research at the Scowcroft Institute and education-based research at the Kikulu Foundation, a nonprofit seeking to provide quality education in Uganda. This summer, Aimee will be with the Land and Water Division of the FAO studying water resource management in agriculture. When not studying, Aimee works as a writing consultant at the University Writing Center. Whenever she finally gets off campus, she loves going on hikes with her dog and making music.
Food & Agriculture Organization (FAO) of the United Nations – Animal Health & Production
Shelby Lepley is a second-generation Fighting Texas Aggie, Class of 2021, with a strong passion for civic engagement, agricultural pursuits, and Texas A&M University. Her life-long goal is to serve her community, state, and nation as an influential public leader and promote values that benefit the common good. In order to achieve her many goals, Shelby is currently pursuing a Bachelor of Science in Animal Science. After receiving this degree, she hopes to continue her education at the Texas A&M College of Dentistry in order to become an orthodontist and establish her own practice. Subsequently, this will then allow her to be involved with the community and work towards her other interests. She also, in the midst of her public service, plans to begin her own cattle operation and continue her family’s legacy in the agricultural community. Shelby will be interning with the Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations in Rome, Italy where she will be working with a team to research the impact of climate change on animal health.