Texas Gov. Greg Abbott appointed Jane Gilmore as student regent for the Texas Tech University System Board of Regents for the 2018-19 school year.
Ms. Gilmore, from Dallas, is a student at the Texas Tech’s Health Sciences Center-Lubbock School of Medicine and an active Texas Medical Association member.
She is currently the student representative on the TEXPAC executive committee and also served on TMA’s Medical Student Section executive council as TMA Delegate co-leader from 2017-18.
Ms. Gilmore has been active with the Health Science Center’s Student Government Association, serving both as vice president of finance and School of Medicine senator. She served as treasurer of the center’s Ophthalmology Club and is a founding member of the Association of Women Surgeons Club.
“Over the past three years, Texas Tech has become my home and has helped me grow in so many ways to become a stronger woman and future doctor,” Ms. Gilmore told Texas Medicine Today. “The Board of Regents Student position is an opportunity to give back to and cultivate the TTU System community in order to make the system better for students, faculty, and staff. Most importantly, the student position provides the student voice to the Board of Regents and has the ability to make a difference by improving the student experience.”
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June 12, 2018