Macon, Miss. Resident Completes Internship with U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee

WASHINGTON, DC – Kelsey Unruh, a Macon, Miss. resident, this week completed a semester-long internship in office of the Senate Committee on Agriculture, Nutrition and Forestry, under Chairman Pat Roberts, R-Kan.

“I could not have spent my semester in a better way,” Unruh said. “I am so grateful to Senator Roberts and his staff for this opportunity.”

Unruh, daughter of Dorsey and Lynda Unruh of Macon, Miss., will begin her third year of law school in the fall at University of Alabama in Tuscaloosa, Ala. She is pursuing a career in agricultural law.

Unruh’s responsibilities in the Committee’s office included researching legislation, tracking presidential nominees within the Committee’s jurisdiction and assisting staff in preparing for reauthorization and introduction of legislation.

Pictured below: Chairman Roberts and Kelsey Unruh

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