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The Constituent Networks program is one of the newest programs offered through The Association of Former Students and is an essential component critical to the success for furthering the Aggie Spirit and growing the Aggie Network while promoting and supporting Texas A&M University. A Constituent Network is a group of Aggies who share a common interest, who are not a traditional A&M Club or Class, and who have gone through the formal process of partnering with The Association of Former Students.
Amy Hale '10
Coordinator of Former Student Programs,
Amy graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Recreation, Park & Tourism Sciences in 2010. While at Texas A&M, she worked at the Rec Center, was a freshman and counselor in FLiP (Freshman Leaders in Progress), a Fish Camp Counselor & Co-Chair,
and member of Junior Council and Maggies.
Before joining The Association staff in June of 2015 as a Coordinator of Former Student Programs, she was in East Texas and was able to join and work with the Tyler-Smith County A&M Club and see firsthand the benefits and joys that A&M Clubs have to offer.
Prior to her short stint in East Texas, she spent 3 years working in Aggieland at the Bryan-College Station Convention and Visitors Bureau focusing on Conference/Event Sales and Tourism.
Her interests include traveling, Wurstfest, live music/dancing, snacking, Fightin’ Texas Aggie Football, Friday Night Lights, Reveille, antiques, ketchup, soccer, and meeting new people. Her husband, Justin Hale '10, teaches Special Education and coaches High
School Football & Baseball in Caldwell. Go Hornets! Fear the sting!