Meet Our Bush School of Government Interns!


Claire Gilmore is a second-year graduate student at the Texas A&M Bush School of Government and Public Service. While in high school, Claire first got involved in her community when she took part in a local blood drive. She was fascinated by the incredible stories she heard from people about why they continue to donate. Claire is excited to be learn and contribute at our Heart of Texas Chapter.


Rio O’Neal is a second-year graduate student at the Bush School of Government and Public Service and Texas A&M University. When he was a AmeriCorp volunteer, he was introduced to the Red Cross when he spent a summer installing smoke alarms at a Red Cross Sound the Alarm event in Pennsylvania. He is excited about his new journey, and to serve alongside the Red Cross volunteers of the Heart of Texas Chapter.

 

Rachael McBride is from Oklahoma and is in her second-year at the graduate Bush School of Government and Public Service at Texas A&M University. As a child, Rachael fondly remembers attending Red Cross blood drives with her dad and says she loved reading about American Red Cross founder, Clara Barton. Rachael looks forward to carrying on Clara Barton’s legacy of strength, volunteerism, and compassion for those in need at our Heart of Texas Chapter.

Author: American Red Cross Central & South Texas Region

The American Red Cross Central & South Texas Region provides humanitarian services -- including disaster relief, services to the armed forces and CPR/first aid training -- to 83 counties in the state of Texas. Chapter offices are located in Waco, Bryan, Austin, San Antonio, Kerrville, Midland and El Paso.