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Kayley Hernandez will be a sophomore at Drury University in Springfield, Missouri this upcoming fall.  She has always had a passion for medicine so her focus in college is to major in Biology and minor in Chemistry and Behavioral Neuroscience with the hopes of one day entering Physician’s Assistant school. Staying involved on a school and community level is important to Kayley.  She is a member of the Drury Honors College, Pi Beta Phi Fraternity for Women, the Pre-Health Fraternity for Women, and the Pre-Health Professionals Club. In addition to those organizations, Kayley also donates her time at the Jordan Valley Community Health Center, was selected to be a resident assistant (RA) and works as a server for the Great American Taco Company. Baking, playing tennis and spending time with her friends and family are some of Kayley’s hobbies and interests.  Her family is her greatest support system, providing fun and rejuvenation to keep up her busy schedule. Avery Elliott is a National Merit Finalist who graduated high school in Cabot, Arkansas with a 4.09 GPA and 43 hours of college credit. She is an active member of the AP Academy, National Honor Society, Mu Alpha Theta, Key Club, and Junior Civitan. Avery was selected as a Hugh O’Brien Youth Leadership Ambassador, Junior Civitan Sweetheart, and delegate to Arkansas Girls State. She placed 1st in the AMC Algebra II Competition and 4th place in the ACTM Algebra II Regional Competition. Avery also performed in the Cabot High productions of Peter Pan and Shrek.

For the past three years, Avery has served as President of Cabot Junior Civitan as well as Governor of the Junior Civitan Heartland District which encompasses Arkansas, Texas, Oklahoma, Kansas, and Missouri. Through these and various other altruistic organizations, she has completed over 300 hours of community service. She has been actively involved with Special Olympics and Sidekicks Club and has raised over $2500 for the Civitan International Research Center. Avery has been recognized with several community service honors including the Prudential Spirit of Community Service Award, the President’s Volunteer Service Award, and the Civitan International Distinguished Service Award. This fall, she will attend the University of Arkansas in Fayetteville where she has been awarded an Honors College Fellowship. Avery plans to seek a degree in biology and attend medical school. My name is Allison Towey, and I am a Junior at the University of Notre Dame. I am originally from Prior Lake, Minnesota and attended Prior Lake High School, graduating in 2015. At Notre Dame, I am a Political Science major, with minors in Business Economics and Italian Studies. I am a part of the Mock Trial Team on campus and won an award for my performance as a Witness at the Regional tournament in the winter of 2017. I am also a part of the Model United Nations club on campus, where I have attended two conferences in Chicago. At school, aside from my academics and extracurriculars, I like to go to sporting events (especially football) and keep up to date with the news.

When I graduate from Notre Dame, I plan on attending law school. During the summer of 2016, I interned for Senator Amy Klobuchar of Minnesota in her state office in Minneapolis. This summer, 2017, I am an intern for Madel PA, a law firm also located in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Both of these internships broadened my understanding of possible career paths, and they gave me valuable experience for life after graduation. Avery Selby graduated from Forest Hills High School fifth in her class. She maintained higher than a 4.0 for the duration of her time at Forest Hills, and ended with a 4.8 GPA overall. While in high school, she was involved in many different clubs and organizations. Some of them include historian of National Honor Society, Junior and Senior class president, BETA club, National Technical Honor Society, HOSA, Fellowship of Christian Athletes, and math honor society, Mu Alpha Theta. She had the honor of attending North Carolina’s governor’s school the summer before her Senior year with a concentration in math. She also received the titles Miss Junior and Miss Senior Forest Hills. She was a competitive dancer for 14 years, winning various awards at many different competitions. Avery is involved in her youth group at Philadelphia Baptist Church, and also is a volunteer in the church’s nursery and children’s church. She enjoys serving at the Union County Homeless Shelter feeding the homeless. Avery is entering her freshman year at East Carolina University. She is an intended nursing major, and is entering her freshman year with nineteen credit hours. She hopes to also achieve a masters in nursing to become a neonatal nurse practitioner. Currently she is working as a lifeguard, and plans to work as a lifeguard at school as well. Retiree LEOSA Qualification day at Firearms Training Associates. Naomi Kolb-Untinen is attending Portland State University and will be a senior as of this fall. Having earned an Associate's degree while still in high school, Naomi is now majoring in social sciences with an emphasis in gender studies and anthropology, and is minoring in planetary and space science. During Naomi's first year at Portland State University, Naomi was an active member of the Urban Honors College, made the Dean's List every term, and joined the Student Sustainability Center as an EcoRep. On the EcoReps task force Naomi helped promote sustainable living to fellow students through various events and community gardening. Next year Naomi will continue with the Student Sustainability Center as a leadership fellow, will start a new job on campus at the Queer Resource Center, and will be working on their honors senior thesis. In rare moments of free time Naomi loves to interact with animals, drink coffee, watch movies, and is always up for a rousing game of scrabble.  Save the Date for AFSA's 30th Convention and Business Meeting!

It will be held at the beautiful Chateau on the Lake in Branson, MO, October 17, 2018 through October 21, 2018.

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Save the Date for AFSA's 30th Convention and Business Meeting!

It will be held at the beautiful Chateau on the Lake in Branson, MO,

October 17, 2018 through October 21, 2018.



Mark your calendars now for October 17 - October 21, 2018.   AFSA-IRS President Peggy Thomas, along with the AFSA Officers and Board of Directors are proud to formally announce that the 2018 Annual Business Meeting and Convention:  

It will be held at the beautiful Chateau on the Lake in Branson, MO, October 17, 2018 through October 21, 2018.

                                                    Peggy Thomas, President

                                                    The Officers of the AFSA-IRS

                                                    The Board of Directors of the AFSA-IRS