Emma is a member of the veterinary school class of 2025 from Austin, TX. She completed her B.S. in Biomedical Sciences and a minor in Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences in 2021. During her time as an undergrad at A&M, she was involved in a variety of organizations including Dance Arts Society, Aggie Outdoors, and Veterinarians Without Borders. Additionally, she worked as a main campus tour guide and Aggie Research Scholar on a project under Dr. Christopher Quick’s lab for developing a model for Hypoplastic Left Heart Syndrome. 
Her veterinary experience has taken her everywhere from the plains of South Africa to the mountains of northern Italy as she has a great passion for global veterinary medicine and wildlife conservation. Currently, she hopes to be a mixed animal practitioner after graduation with a strong focus in equine medicine and the eventual career goals of informing agricultural trade and wildlife conservation policy. 
When not in class at the vet school, Emma enjoys getting involved in veterinary organizations such as the student chapters of the American Association of Equine Practitioners, Wildlife Disease Association, Zoo Exotics and Wildlife Club, and the Association of Small Ruminant Practitioners. In her free time, you can find Emma taking her hyper shepherd Pippin for walks and runs around campus, finding local live music, or attempting to learn guitar.