Kirsten Caleon

Kirsten N. Class of 2018
BS Allied Health
Texas A&M University

Kirsten grew up just southwest of Houston in Missouri City, Texas. In 2016, she graduated from Texas A&M University with a degree in Allied Health. Throughout Kirsten’s undergraduate time, she assisted pediatric physical therapists at Brazos Valley Rehabilitation Center and was also an administrative intern at College Station Medical Center, gaining insight into the realms of quality/risk management and physician practice management. The summer of her senior year, Kirsten traveled with the Global Medical Brigade to assist medical professionals at a clinic in Estelí, Nicaragua, where she also promoted public health by building latrines and installing septic tanks. Kirsten is passionate about leadership and personal development, as seen in her student life involvement as the president of Ags of O.A.K., the programs director of Maggies: Women in Leadership, a Fish Camp counselor, and an Aggie Muster host. For two years, she was peer-selected as the Maggies Programs Committee Member of the Year. Kirsten was also recognized by the Houston Howdy Club as a scholarship finalist who personifies the Aggie Spirit. Her extracurricular involvement continues in graduate school, as she served as the Vice President of Communications for the Association of Future Healthcare Leaders (AFHL), and currently serves as the Second Year Vice-President. While attending her master’s classes, Kirsten works at Central Texas Sports Medicine & Orthopaedics, P.A. as a patient account representative. Kirsten enjoys working alongside her classmates to compete in the practical arena of case competitions and is also an active student associate of the American College of Healthcare Executives (ACHE). In her free time, she can be found trying out the newest brunch spot, reading, and spending quality time with family and friends.