Meet the REP-PP Class of 2019

Posted by Texas A&M School of Law on Mar 22, 2019 12:18:00 PM

Each year, students in the Residency Externship Program in Public Policy (REP-PP) contribute to the REP-PP website through blog posts.  In addition to the “Meet the Students” blog posts, each student submits at least one post centered around one of the Aggie Core Values - Loyalty, Excellence, Integrity, Leadership, Respect and Selfless Service. Check back often to see how our students are progressing in their externships and exemplifying our Aggie Core Values.

Get to know the students participating in the Spring 2019 Texas A&M School of Law Residency Externship Program in Public Policy in Washington, D.C. and Austin, Texas. Click here.

Applications for 2020 will be accepted until June 1. This is the opportunity for increased exposure to leadership, service and policymaking.

Texas A&M Law Residency Externship Program in Public Policy Class of 2019

 
 
Washington D.C. Externs (top photo, left to right):
  • Taylor Winn, U.S. Senate, Committee on the Judiciary for Senator John Cornyn
  • Daniel Howell, Cornerstone Government Affairs
  • Ashley Graves, Environmental Law Institute
  • Daniel Weinstein, U.S. Senate, Office of Senator Patty Murray
  • Pedro Bravo, Texas Public Policy Foundation
  • Ryan Grant, Republican Study Committee, U.S. House of Representatives

 
Austin Texas Externs (bottom photo, left to right):
  • Jacob Hugentobler, Office of Governor Greg Abbott, Budget & Policy Office
  • Megan Fullerton, Texas Senate State Affairs Committee
  • Michael Galyen, Texas Senate Business & Commerce Committee
  • Taylor Faught, Texas Agriculture Commission (not pictured)
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