Amy Siller ’15 is an Animal Science Major from Waco, Texas and is the daughter of Martha and Alejandro Siller. She is currently serving as the Public Relations and Professional Development Officer for the Third Regiment Staff for the 2014-2015 school year.
Active within the Corps, Amy is a member of Squadron 18 for which she served as the Operations and Finance Corporal and the Public Relations and Operations Sergeant.
Outside the Corps, Amy is an active member of Project Sunshine – a non-denominational, not-for-profit, national organization which provides free programs and services to children with long-term illnesses, disabilities, and special needs and their siblings. She is a member of Sigma Lambda Gamma sorority, where she currently serves as the Alumni Newsletter Correspondent and has served as the Community Service and Recruitment Chair, Multicultural Greek Council Delegate, Chaplain, and as the Vice President of Marketing. Amy is also a former member of the Texas A&M Pre-Vet Society, the Emergency Care Team, and National Society of Collegiate Scholars.
Amy will graduate in May 2015, and is currently applying to graduate schools to obtain her Master’s Degree in International Agriculture in Animal Health. Her ultimate goal is to attend Veterinary School where she would specialize in either mixed or exotic animals. Amy studied abroad in South Africa last summer and would like to return and work at a rehabilitation center while providing help to the local communities.
Amy is a very intelligent and dedicated young woman who has proven to be a leader in a wide variety of organizations both on and off campus. Whether in her outfit, her student organizations, or in the community, she has shown that she is a committed, caring, and selfless leader. I am extremely proud of Amy and have every confidence that she will go on to great success in the future. She represents the very best that our Corps has to offer, and will make a big impact in the field of Animal Health in the future.