Executive Board

Executive Board

Meet our Executive Board

Monica Smith

Monica Ashley Smith President and Co-Founder for the Texas A&M-University of Kingsville Veterinary Technologists Club. As president, my duties include but are not limited to: obey and enforce the Constitution and By-Laws, held accountable by the organization, and an official representative for the organization. She currently work as a vet tech assistant for three years at a veterinary practice in Kingsville and as a customer service representative for Domino’s Pizza. During my spare time, she enjoys, cooking, working out or training my dog, Bromine. She is a senior in the Veterinary Technology Program pursuing a career as a critical care technologist.

Marcella Walther

Marcella Walther, Vice President of the TAMUK Veterinary Technologists Club. Her duties are to enforce the club’s constitution and by-laws, appoint committee heads, contact and schedule club speakers, and to be our president’s right hand. Her spare time is spent serving as a leader at the Baptist Student Ministries, volunteer at a veterinary clinic, hang out with my husband and spam snapchat with pictures of my giant cat. Currently she is a senior in the Veterinary Technology Program and pursuing a career as a wildlife and exotic animal vet tech.

Rebeka Borders

Rebeka Borders, Treasurer for the Texas A&M-University of Kingsville Veterinary Technologists Club. As the treasurer, she has many duties related to the funds that the club has access to. These duties include but are not limited to; keeping track of income and expenditures in the club’s cash box as well as the club’s university bank account (this includes saving all receipts and keeping a balanced bankbook for both box and account), prepare an annual club budget, and collect member dues and other payments including events. Her hobbies include reading, playing video games, and spending time with my many fur-babies. She is a senior in the Veterinary Technology Program pursuing a care as a large animal technologist.

Kristina

Kristina Marie Esqueda, Secretary for the Texas A&M-Kingsville Veterinary Technologist Club. As secretary, her duties include,  to act as recorder of all business brought before the organization and take a complete record of each meeting, be held responsible and accountable for all of the books and records of the organization, carry on all correspondence, which the Executive Board deems fit, keep records of minutes for general and officer meetings, regularly updates roster with member information, post flyers one week before meetings and club events, make sign in sheets for events, and arrange guest speakers for meetings. During her spare time, she likes to go camping, be outdoors, train her dog Texas, be with family, and bake. She is currently a senior in the Veterinary Technology Program pursuing a career as a technologist in a mixed animal practice for large and small animals.

Kassandra Escamilla

Kassandra Lynn Escamilla, Communications Executive for the Texas A&M University-Kingsville Veterinary Technology Club. Being responsible and accountable for the club’s public relations, maintaining club accounts related to public relations and community outreach (Facebook, Instagram, etc.) in a professional manner, promoting adoption of TAMUK Veterinary Technology Program animals through multimedia and events, obtaining photographs of trips/events to be provided to the Historian, updating the club information board on campus, seeking sponsorship of events from the community and surrounding areas, and where necessary, coordinate a committee dedicated to obtaining sponsorships. She is currently a senior in the Veterinary Technologist Program. She is keeping an open mind for a path to take in the veterinary technology field. Her hobbies include spending time with my cat, playing the guitar, watching Netflix, & crafting/drawing.

Mary Dilley

Mary Victoria Dilley Historian for Texas A&M-University of Kingsville Veterinary Technologists Club. Her duties include but are not limited to: being held accountable for recording the events/history of the organization, emailing members with updates and reminders maintaining a current log of member volunteer hours as well as the club’s Collegiate Link presence, collecting member sign-in sheets at every general and officer meeting, maintaining a multimedia record of the club’s history including photographs of events and trips, and serve as the point of communication between committees and the Executive Board. She is currently employed at a veterinary clinic in Premont, Texas, as well as TNTRC on campus. During her spare time, she enjoys learning to use different firearms, gardening, and spending time with her family. She is currently a senior in the Veterinary Technology program pursuing a career as a large animal and wildlife vet tech.

This page was last updated on: August 16, 2017