2019 – 2020 Officers

Ashley Ridlon

Ashley Ridlon


Major/Minor: Biomedical Sciences and Entomology double major

Hometown: Rancho Cucamonga, California

Ashley is interested in practicing exotic medicine with an emphasis on wildlife and conservation.

The President presides over all meetings, events, society, and officers. She is also responsible for organizing speakers and making sure that everything runs smoothly.

Jessica Stephenson

Jessica Stephenson

Vice President

Major/Minor: Animal Science major

Hometown: Iola, Texas

Jessica is interested in practicing rural large animal medicine with an emphasis on food animal production.

The Vice President presides over meetings in the absence of the President and helps coordinate our animal experience events and volunteer opportunities. This includes all animal handling clinics and trips to SHMILY and Royal Oaks Alpacas.

Taylor Williams

Taylor Williams


Major/Minor: Animal Science major with BIMS minor

Hometown: Washington DC

Taylor is interested in practicing exotic animal medicine.

The Secretary keeps track of all members points, maintains an updated membership roster, and communicates distinguished membership to the Dean of the Vet School.

Madelaine Pizzitola

Madelaine Pizzitola


Major/Minor: Biomedical Sciences major

Hometown: Round Rock, Texas

Madelaine is open to exploring different areas the veterinary field has to offer, but as of right now is interested in practicing small animal medicine.

The Treasurer manages Pre-Vet Society’s finances, is in charge of collecting dues, and designs the Society’s membership shirt.

Cheyenne Green

Cheyenne Green

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Major/Minor: Animal Science major with BIMS minor

Hometown: The Colony, Texas

Cheyenne is interested in practicing small animal orthopedics.

The duties of the Historian are to update the website and all social media platforms, answer the Pre-Vet Society’s emails, and send out reminder/recap emails to all members through the Listserv.

Sierra LeFlore

Sierra LeFlore

Event Coordinator

Major/Minor: Zoology major

Hometown: part of a Marine family so she has moved around a lot

Sierra is interested in practicing some kind of specialty in small animal medicine.

The Events Coordinator is in charge of all of the socials and plans the events for the upcoming year. This includes planning Big Trip, Doggie Day, profit shares, and various socials.

Stephanie Cavazos

Stephanie Cavazos

Shadow Program Coordinator

Major/Minor: Biomedical Sciences major with Spanish minor

Hometown: McAllen, Texas

Stephanie is interested in practicing exotic and small animal medicine.

The Shadow Program Coordinator serves to oversee the Shadow Program, including the application, evaluation, and orientation process. They also serve as a liaison between Texas A&M students and hosting veterinarians.

Mathilde Le Bon

Mathilde Le Bon

Head of External Affairs

Major/Minor: Wildlife and Fisheries Sciences – Vertebrate Zoology Conc. major

Hometown: Paris, France

Mathilde is indecisive on whether she wants to practice small animal or exotic medicine, but knows she wants to specialize in internal medicine and surgery.

The Head of External Affairs serves as a liaison between the College of Veterinary Medicine and Pre-Vet Society, coordinates Mock MMIs, organizes Vet Student QA’s, organizes the PVS booth at the Vet School Open House, and coordinates volunteering events with external entities and organizations.

Emma Oliver

Emma Oliver

Head of Refreshments Committee

Major/Minor: Animal Science major

Hometown: Houston, Texas

Emma is interested in practicing equine medicine, and ultimate goal is to become a board certified equine soft tissue surgeon.

The Head of Refreshments Committee is in charge of managing merchandise purchases, sales, and current inventory. They also manage the Refreshments Committee, which is in charge of ordering and serving food at every meeting, as well as handling merchandise.

Fred Clubb

Fred Clubb DVM, Ph.D., DACLAM


Scholarly Interests: Electron microscopic evaluation of myocardial and renal biopsies; qualitative and quantitative evaluation of implantable cardiovascular devices for nonGLP and GLP\preclinical trials.

Research Interests: Comparative cardiovascular and renal electron microscopic pathology; evaluation of implantable cardiovascular devices in GLP laboratory preclinic trials.

For Dr. Clubb’s complete biography click here

Kevin Washburn

Kevin Washburn DVM, DABVP, DACVIM


Dr. Washburn received his DVM at Oklahoma State University. Following graduation, Dr. Washburn worked in private practice for five years in Kansas, focusing on mixed animal medicine. He returned to Oklahoma State University to complete an Internal Medicine Residency and then became a faculty member at the University. In 2005, Dr. Washburn came to Texas A&M University for a faculty position. He now works in the food animal clinic in internal medicine.