Amber Luna is a senior undergraduate management student at the Rawls College of Business and political science student in the College of Arts & Sciences at Texas Tech University. Amber is actively involved with organizations around the University and currently holds leadership positions. Amber serves as the President for the Sigma Iota Epsilon ETA Chapter at Texas Tech helping management students network with those in the management field. She is involved with the Hispanic Scholarship Fund Chapter at Tech and serves as the President for the second year. While in this position Amber has assisted high schools students by providing resources needed to enter a higher education institution and also works to help chapter members receive their college degrees. Amber is a student assistant to the Dean of the College of Arts & Sciences at Texas Tech where she works with Associate Deans of the college and student degree auditors. With the College of Arts & Sciences she also serves as a Student Ambassador providing information on the college and the majors and programs that are offered. Following her graduation in May 2016 Amber is interested in pursuing a Masters program in Health Care Administration and from there going on to receive a law degree. Her top career ambition is to work with companies nationally as a corporate attorney. She is a determined, hardworking and authoritative individual both academically and professionally.