Stephanie Lastovica graduated May 13, 2016, from Texas A&M University with a degree in Agricultural Leadership and Development, with an emphasis in Public Relations.
She is currently pursuing a Master of Agriculture degree in Animal Science at Texas A&M, and is serving as the graduate assistant to the Associate Dean for Student Development for the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences. She will also be doing an internship with Progressive Cattleman magazine and with Texas and Southwestern Cattle Raisers Association.
While an undergraduate, Stephanie served two years as the student co-chair for the TAM Beef Cattle Short Course; was a member of Sigma Alpha where she served as Recruitment Chairman; COALS Council student representative; a member of the Texas Aggie Cattlewomen’s Association; Freshman Leadership Experience; The Big Event; and was a member of St. Mary’s Church.
She received numerous scholarships including the Charlie B. and Jean G. Smith Fund for Excellence in Agricultural Leadership, the Susie Kendall, ‘03, Endowed Scholarship in Agricultural Leadership and Development, a Millie M. Prewitt Endowed Scholarship, and several TAMU College of Agriculture and Life Sciences Scholarships. Stephanie resides in College Station, Texas, and is the daughter of Steven and Sandra Lastovica of Salado.