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2020-2021 Student Board

Meghan Clancy

Texas Tech University

At Large Director

meghan.clancy@ttu.edu

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Meghan Clancy is a graduate student at Texas Tech University studying meat science under Drs. Dale Woerner and Mark Miller. She completed her Bachelors degree in Animal Science from Texas A&M University where she competed on the 2018 Meat Judging team. Meghan is driven to work with the other board members, increasing opportunities for AMSA members to get involved and learn about the meat industry. Meghan has been excited to serve on the student board, work with Kylie Philipps and industry leaders creating a unique event for the Student Leadership Conference (SLC).

Social Media

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