Our Rural Communities Team

Twinkle Singh

Twinkle is a Graduate student Technician working to support Dr. Rebekka Dudensing at Department of Agriculture Economics of Texas A&M University. Twinkle is working towards her Master of Agribusiness degree and plans to graduate in December 2021. Twinkle got her Bachelor of Science degree in Agricultural Sciences from Govind Ballabh Pant University of Agriculture and Technology, Uttarakhand, India. After graduating in 2015, she worked in agriculture industry for more than four years and was actively involved in extension of vegetable grafting technology in India by training farmers and by actively collaborating with State Agriculture Universities. Twinkle was managing an operation for quality grafted seedling production and consulting farmers. As a result, she successfully trained and consulted more than 200 members of farming community in India helping them establish and operate a successful seedling nursery and raise grafted crops.

Twinkle has interest in the fields of strategy and consulting and moving forward in her career wants to work within agriculture industry in the areas of her interest. Her project include Strategic Budget planning for Kaufman county, Texas Taxes publication, and TX FED online education courses, among others. One of the training programs Twinkle organized for a group of farmers can be seen on YouTube visiting this link:  https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCs6CUdjxI8BJudQVFS34oTw.


Kallie King

Kallie is an Undergraduate student at Texas A&M University, from Caldwell, Texas. She is pursing her Bachelor of Science degree in Animal Science with a minor in Biology. Kallie is working towards a career where she plans to be involved in Veterinary Medicine, with a particular interest in large animal care.

Through her student worker position in the Agriculture Economics Department at Texas A&M University, Kallie works on economic impact analyses, helps create business and community planning materials, and reviews research reports and presentations for the agricultural industry and rural communities.


Rebekka Dudensing (faculty link)

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