Tiger Twelve Class of 2023 Spotlight: Avery Hebert
May 01, 2023
Avery Hebert, of Erath, La., is an agribusiness major with a minor in political science. During her four years at LSU, Hebert was involved in numerous extracurricular activities on campus, including serving as an LSU Student Government executive staff member and College of Agriculture Les Voyager.
The recognition in LSU Tiger Twelve has been an aspiration for Hebert since her first year at LSU and has fueled her drive to become deeply involved on campus and in the community.
"It's hard to put into words what receiving this recognition means to me. I have aspired to be in Tiger Twelve since I was a freshman. It is such an incredible feeling to be affirmed in this manner for my accomplishments, dedication and service to LSU and the surrounding community, my community back home and the entire state of Louisiana," Hebert said.
“ It's hard to put into words what receiving this recognition means to me. I have aspired to be in Tiger Twelve since I was a freshman ”
In addition to her involvement on campus, Hebert served as the 2021 Louisiana Farm Bureau Queen and Louisiana Queen Sugar LXXIX. She also worked as a student worker for the LSU AgCenter Office of Development LSU, College of Agriculture and LSU Vet School.
There have been many influences for Hebert that have helped pave her way to success. She credits faculty members, student organization advisors, the Dean and his staff and her employers for providing her with advice, guidance and skills that have positioned her for success as she prepares to graduate from LSU.
"I have created personal relationships with these individuals who push me to continue to strive for greatness from the top administrators down to support staff," she said.
After graduation, Hebert plans to attend law school to become an agricultural attorney specializing in labor law.
"I aspire to one day open my own firm, establish a name for myself, continue to be an advocate for our farmers, ranchers, and their families, and build a lasting legacy," she said.