Howdy! My name is Shaelynn Duhamel and I am a senior Biomedical Sciences major and French minor from Katy, Texas! I moved to Texas 9 years ago from Canada and I’m so grateful for the opportunities here. I could not be more excited to serve as your Vice President for this year. I joined Pre-Medical Society as a sophomore and the experiences I have had have been incredible, from volunteering opportunities to chances to learn about medicine and medical schools provided by the society, I’ve loved every second of it. In my free time, I enjoy dancing, traveling, and making memories with friends! If you ever have any questions about anything, especially about applying to medical school as an international student, please feel free to ask me; I’m here to help in any way I can. I hope you all come and join us at our meetings and get to experience everything the society has to offer; I cannot wait to get to know each of you! Thanks and Gig ‘Em!
Maddie Young – Technology Chair
Howdy! My name is Maddie Young and I am a junior Biomedical Sciences major and Psychology minor from Rockwall, Texas. I am honored and thrilled to serve as your Technology Chair for the 2017-2018 school year. I am responsible for keeping all of the members informed with updates on meetings and different events through our website, Facebook, and Twitter accounts. During my free-time I love to travel, try new foods, watch Netflix, and spend time with my friends and family. As a member of this society, I have learned so much from other members and have been provided many opportunities that have benefited me as a medical school applicant. Let me know if you ever have any questions or need advice on your pre-med journey, I’m so excited to meet you all! Thanks and Gig ‘Em!
Elizabeth Brown – Events Coordinator
Howdy PreMeds my name is Elizabeth Brown and I am a junior Biomedical Sciences major and Psychology minor from Abilene, TX. I am super excited to serve as your events coordinator this year. My job includes planning the socials, coordinating the end of the semester field trips, and organizing the end of the year banquet. This society has allowed me to be actively involved in something I love. Because of the PreMed Society, I have reached out of my comfort zone and have expanded my horizons. I have learned so much and made many friends and connections. This organization has helped boost my resume and enhance my PreMed experience more than I had ever imagined. Please know that we are here for all of you and that we are willing to help in whatever way we can to help you achieve your goals on this intense PreMed route. Other than the PreMed Society, I enjoy the movie theater, exploring new places, and hanging out with friends. Please don’t hesitate to approach me or email me with any questions, concerns or just to talk! Thanks and Gig’em!
2017-2018 Pre-Medical Society Officers
Howdy! My name is Megan Emiliani. I am a junior Biomedical Sciences major with a BIMS International Certificate in Spanish from Sugar Land, TX. I can’t wait to be on the officer team and serve as this year’s Philanthropy Chair! I have been in the Premedical Society for two years now and was a member of the Philanthropy Committee both of those years. The Alzheimer’s Association is a charity that I am very passionate about, and I will work hard to raise funds and awareness for Alzheimer’s disease. Being in the Premedical Society has helped me prepare for medical school and assure my desire to become a doctor. I enjoy traveling, watching movies, and eating. I would love to talk to you and answer any questions you might have. I hope you will come check out the Premedical Society and see all of the wonderful opportunities we have to offer. Thanks and Gig’em!
Howdy! My name is Grant Read. I am a junior Biomedical Science major from Belton Texas and am honored to be serving as your secretary for the 2017-2018 academic year. As secretary I will produce the Pre-Medical Society newsletter, The Caduceus, for each meeting as well as work diligently to keep you up to date on academic opportunities, society events, and other pertinent information. The Premed Society has helped me to get out of my comfort zone and given countless opportunities to further my interest in medicine and develop leadership skills. When I’m not studying, I enjoy playing a little soccer at Penberthy or fishing. If you ever have any questions or just need a study partner, don’t hesitate to ask!
Adam Baker – Membership Director
Howdy! My name is Adam Baker and I am a junior Biomedical Science major and English minor from League City, Texas. I’m delighted beyond measure to serve as your Membership Director for this academic year. This will he my third year in the society, the last of which I also served as an officer, and I have relished every minute of it. In addition to having a strong urge to help people in need, I have a passion for many of the fine arts, especially music, literature, and motion pictures. In my free time I enjoy reading, catching up with friends, and playing with the A&M Percussion Studio (another organization I’m in). If you are not yet part of the Society and are on the fence about whether to join or not, I implore you to talk with me or another officer, as we can tell you of the many great experiences and opportunities this organization has given us, and which you too will encounter. Please don’t hesitate to approach me about something, even if it’s just to say hi to me on campus! Looking forward to meeting all of you and taking on this promising year! Thanks and Gig ‘em!
Niara McDonald – Community Service Chair
Howdy! My name is Niara McDonald and I am a Junior Kinesiology major with a minor in Public Health from Gilbert, Arizona. I am honored and thrilled to serve as your Community Service Chair for the 2017-2018 school year! My responsibilities include coordinating various volunteer opportunities and being of any other assistance you all need. Since Freshman year, Pre-Medical has provided me with information about different Medical Schools, providing different volunteer opportunities and meeting many admissions counselors from medical schools. Outside of this organization, I enjoy dancing, singing, spending time with friends and family, sleeping and eating. If you ever have any questions regarding classes, the MCAT, applying to medical school, volunteering with Pre-Med Society or if you just want to try a new restaurant, don’t hesitate to contact me. I look forward to meeting you all and having a great year! Thanks and Gig ‘em!
Howdy everyone! My name is Holli Reynolds and I am a senior Nutritional Sciences major from Wharton, Texas. I am beyond excited to join the officer team one last time to serve as your president! I love to escape my school duties by losing myself in Netflix, going on runs, and hanging out with my friends and family. The Pre-Medical Society has taught me so much about the medical field and has given me a support system to lean on. What you get from this society truly depends on what you put into it so I encourage you all to be as active as you can. I promise the results will be worthwhile. The officer team and I will be here to encourage and support you along the way! I can’t wait to meet everyone and if you ever need anything, don’t hesitate to ask. Thanks & Gig ‘Em!
Texas A&M Pre-Medical Society
Jaclyn James – Treasurer
Howdy! My name is Jaclyn James and I am a senior Psychology major with minors in Sociology and Neuroscience. I'm from Franklin, Indiana and I am excited to serve as your Treasurer for the 2017-18 school year. I am looking forward to getting to know you all. In my spare time, I enjoy writing fiction, hanging with friends and hosting board game nights. As a first generation college student, this society has helped me tremendously on my journey to medical school. Don't be afraid to approach me with questions, even if they're not pre-med related!
Dana Luu – Historian
Hi! My name is Dana Luu and I am a Junior Public Health Major and Business Administration minor from Houston, TX. I’m grateful for the opportunity to lead as this year’s Historian and hope to bring Pre-Medical Society’s vision to the forefront! My role includes photographing our events, which include volunteering, socials, and intramural sports throughout the year. As for myself, I enjoy working out, spending hours on YouTube, and occasionally going out on drives to take in the scenery. Pre-Med Society is not only an incredible source of information for medical school and the arduous journey that it entails, but it is also an amazing organization where you can find a true support system of friends who share your experiences along the way.