Hometown: San Antonio, Texas
Major: Business Management (Pre-Law track)
Outfit: Squadron 21
A member of Squadron 21, Kathryne currently serves as the Finance Officer within the outfit, where she also previously served as a Platoon Sergeant. Off the Quad, Kathryne works as a Eucharistic Minister at St. Mary’s Catholic Center, and was a member of the Texas Aggies Fighting Alzheimer’s organization.
Kathryne was granted acceptance into the Air Force’s Judge Advocate General-Educational Delay program. This program is designed to produce Active Duty Judge Advocates from current ROTC cadets, and allows senior year cadets to apply for a commissioning delay in order to attend law school. Of hundreds of applicants nationwide, Kathryne was one of only three AFROTC cadets to be admitted into the program.
Upon graduating from Texas A&M, Kathryne plans to attend law school at the University of Mississippi, where she would like to study International or Space law.
View the video below to learn more about Kathryne’s journey with the Corps of Cadets.