Grady College is pleased to announce its 11th class of student ambassadors, continuing a tradition of leadership and service that displays students’ academic dedication and Grady pride. Grady Ambassadors are a diverse group of students committed to presenting a positive and lasting image of the college while bringing a little bit of fun to every event they attend.
“Being a Grady Ambassador has taught me more than I could have imagined the past two years that I’ve been involved,” said senior advertising major Sarah Dossani. “It has allowed me to connect with my peers and build relationships with influential people in my career path, but most importantly it has given me the chance to represent a school that continually supports its students and provides endless opportunities for their success.”
This year, the Grady Ambassadors are thrilled to bring the college’s centennial year to a close with several events taking place during homecoming weekend, Oct. 15 – 17. Ambassadors will have the opportunity to connect with their predecessors at an ambassador reunion dinner on Friday night. Saturday, they will mix and mingle with other students, alumni, faculty and friends of the college at a homecoming tailgate on the Grady lawn before the Dawgs face off against Mizzou.
For the remainder of the year, the ambassadors will have a strong presence at most college events and give back to Grady by leading tours, facilitating guests and interacting with alumni, speakers and prospective Grady College families.
“Having the ambassadors attend events is a great asset to Grady,” said Karen Andrews, ambassador adviser and Grady’s director of special events and student leadership. “Alumni and special guests find it so meaningful that we have students who are willing to sit down and talk about the experiences Grady has provided them. We have an incredible group of students and I’m very excited about the year ahead.”
2015-2016 Grady Ambassadors
Ally Laukhuf, a digital and broadcast journalism major from Atlanta, Ga.
Amelia Miles, a senior public relations major from Warner Robins, Ga.
Asher Orr, a senior public relations major from Winder, Ga.
Bilan Ali, a senior public relations and international affairs double major from Alpharetta, Ga.
Caitlyn Stroh, a senior magazine major from Thomasville, Ga.
Cate Hackling, a senior public relations major from Suwanee, Ga.
Chelsea Beimfohr, a broadcast journalism major from Kennesaw, Ga.
Christen Baskerville, a senior advertising major from Marietta, Ga.
Damian Reynolds, a senior digital and broadcast journalism major from Valdosta, Ga.
Emmeline Hale, a senior public relations major from Athens, Ga.
Gabriella Arenas, a senior public relations major from Snellville, Ga.
Haley Vann, a senior advertising major from Leesburg, Ga.
Hannah Bause, a senior public relations major from McDonough, Ga.
Jacob Hamilton, a senior journalism and political science double major from Winder, Ga.
Jordan Gore, a senior magazine journalism major from Cumming, Ga.
Kara Wexler, a senior advertising major from Sandy Springs, Ga.
Kelsey Wood, a fifth year public relations major from New Orleans, La.
Kevin Schatell, an entertainment and media studies major from Grayson, Ga.
Macey Kessler, a senior digital and broadcast journalism major from Suwanee, Ga.
Mallory Moskovitz, a senior magazine journalism major from Memphis, Tenn.
Maya Daniels, a senior advertising major from Athens, Ga.
Nick Glickman, a fifth year public relations major from Atlanta, Ga.
Quinny Li, a senior advertising major from Chengdu, China
Sam Lack, a senior digital and broadcast journalism major from Atlanta, Ga.
Sarah Dossani, a senior advertising major from Lawrenceville, Ga.
Sydney Redding, a senior public relations major from Blakely, Ga.
Taylor Carpenter, a senior journalism major from Richmond Hill, Ga.
Teman Worku, a fifth year broadcast journalism major from Snellville, Ga.
September 22, 2015 Author:
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