SHEPHERDSTOWN, W.Va. - Amanda Agee is upfront about her involvement at Shepherd University.
"I'm on a thousand and one things here," Agee immediately says at the start of an interview.
The load certainly is heavy.
Agee is a member of the executive board for the university's student government association, helps the Big Brothers Big Sisters organization, is on Shepherd's Relay for Life committee, is a member of the homecoming committee and the West Virginia Student Advisory Council.
The 21-year-old senior, who graduates in December, is also pursuing a double major in business and political science, and is working on U.S. Rep. Shelley Moore Capito's re-election campaign.
Is she tired?
"Never," Agee said.
"I just don't sleep. That's what I tell everybody. Sleep's overrated," Agee said.
Agee said she takes after her parents in the way she leads her life.
Dan and Kim Agee have been active in their church and their educational alumni associations over the years, Agee said.