The American Meat Science Association student membership recently elected its 2018-2019 Student Board of Directors, including naming Chandler Steele, of Texas A&M University, president.
Steele grew up in Central Michigan on her family’s farm raising and showing livestock. She is currently pursuing a master of science degree in animal science with a focus in meat science and food safety at Texas A&M University under the guidance of Dr. Jeff Savell and Dr. Kerri Gehring.
Steele completed her bachelor of science degree in animal science with an emphasis in livestock merchandising at Oklahoma State University in May 2017. Steele was a member of the 2015 OSU Meat Judging Team and the 2016 OSU Reserve National Champion Meat Animal Evaluation Team. Fostering her interest in meat science, she has completed internship experiences with the American Meat Science Association, Cargill Value Added Protein and Tyson Foods.
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