An accomplished student with a wealth of extracurricular activities to her credit, Anna Joubert continues to make the most of her free time while at Texas A&M University.

Anna Joubert’s activities as a high school student paved the way for an active lifestyle outside of academics. As a member of the soccer team for three years, she became Captain of the Varsity Girl’s team in 2008. She also spent three seasons as a member of the cross-country team. Aside from athletic activities, she participated as a member of the choir and employed her voice as part of a pop ensemble group during her sophomore and junior years. During her summers, Anna Joubert spent time in California at JH Ranch, an adventure camp she later joined as a Counselor in 2011.

Anna Joubert has contributed a considerable amount of energy to community service over the course of her high school and college years. Her efforts have ranged from utilizing her athleticism to walk and run in several Susan G. Komen Race for the Cure events to volunteering at church and community centers to sort and organize donated clothes. She has also been part of several missions around the world to help individuals in need, including mission trips to Guatemala and Ghana. In the summer of 2011, Anna Joubert travelled to Zambia to help lead Camp LIFE for children who were orphaned and vulnerable. Currently acting as a member of the Delta Delta Delta sorority, Joubert continues to function as a force for good in her local community by raising funds for the St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.