Presidential Ambassadors

Presidential Ambassadors

The Presidential Ambassadors Program provides opportunities for a select group of students chosen for their enthusiasm and college engagement to host important college guests and to participate in a wide array of college and alumni events. To be selected as a Presidential Ambassador is a great honor that recognizes these students' outstanding personal and leadership skills and provides them with extraordinary networking and social opportunities and experiences.

If you would like to request the Presidential Ambassadors for an event, please submit a Presidential Ambassador Request.

  • Alex Brown

    Alec Brown

    Holladay, Utah

    Alec is a junior majoring in finance. After graduating high school he attended one year at Westminster College before taking a two-year break to serve an LDS mission in Yekaterinburg, Russia. In his free time, he enjoys playing sports including basketball, tennis, and running track and field. This year will be his second year on the Westminster College track and field team.

  • Alex-Bochner

    Alex Bochner

    Environmental Civics
    Castle Pines, Colorado

    Alex is a senior majoring in environmental civics and minoring in Spanish. He really enjoys learning about anything related to the environment and social justice. At Westminster, Alex works in the Environmental Center, is on the men’s club soccer team, and plans outdoor programming events for Hillel for Utah Club. He also is a part of the skiing and snowboarding club, climbing club, indoor soccer club, and feminist club. Alex spends his free time backpacking, snowboarding, running, reading, and being outside.

  • Diana-Khosrovi

    Diana Khosrovi

    Boise, Idaho

    Diana is a junior majoring in Public Health and minoring in Philosophy. She recently returned from a semester abroad at Korea University in Seoul, South Korea -- an amazing experience that she could talk endlessly about. An active member on campus, she participates in clubs like Mock Trial and Ethics Bowl. She also founded Asian American Student Association Westminster and Griffins Taekwondo Club (as a second-degree Taekwondo black belt herself). Diana is a Honors College student and has served as Student Honors Council Secretary, Honors Peer Mentor, and writer for the Honors College Newsletter, Honorable Mention. She loves the boundless opportunities at Westminster and is a proud Griffin! Diana's favorite ways to fill her free-time are playing volleyball, binge-watching The Office, enjoying a good read, and relaxing... Even better with some friends in the mix!

  • Diwas-Poudel

    Diwas Poudel

    Computer Science
    Bhairahawa, Nepal

    Diwas is a junior majoring in computer science and minoring in data science. He works as the web and interaction designer for the Office of Marketing and Communication, web developer for Westminster’s academic journal, the Myriad, and research assistant for Intro to CS POGIL. He spent his summer working for Salesforce as a Software Engineering Intern. In addition, Diwas serves as a Resident Advisor for Westminster’s Office of Residence Life, is a member of Griffin Quest, and has been involved with ASW as a first-year senator. In his spare time, he likes to travel so he can meet and talk to new people, or spend time on his computer when nobody else is around.

  • Graham-Kennedy

    Graham Kennedy

    Business Management
    Salt Lake City, Utah

    Graham is a junior majoring in business management. On campus, Graham is a tour guide for the admissions office, which allows him to share his love of Westminster and its vast history. Since his first year, he has worked in the Office of the President, where he has aided both President Morgan and President Dobkin. Additionally, he is involved with ASW as a Junior Class Senator. In his free time, Graham enjoys attending the theatre, traveling, writing, and exploring everything Salt Lake City has to offer.

  • Grayson-Massey

    Grayson Massey

    International Business and Finance
    Vernal, Utah

    Grayson is a senior this year, pursuing a double major in International Business & Finance. He is a member of both the Westminster Honors College and the WestARCHES Program. The oldest of four sons, he graduated from Uintah High School where he served as Student Body President and played on both the high-school football and tennis teams. He has served in ASW student government for several years and is currently the ASW Director of Budgeting and Accounting. He served a brief two year LDS mission in the Washington D.C. South Mission before attending Westminster. He enjoys staying involved in politics and currently sits as the State Chairman for the Utah Federation of College Republicans. His other hobbies include golfing, tennis, and skiing. In his free time he enjoys spending time with his friends, enjoying new restaurants, and traveling.

  • Katy-Molinari

    Katy Molinari

    Public Health
    Chicago, Illinois

    Katy is a third-year Honors student majoring in Public Health. She hopes to pursue a career in health education and promotion. She found her love of education by teaching sex-ed through Students for Choice at Westminster. Katy is very involved in every aspect of campus life and holds three jobs on campus. She works as the Lead Student Honors Associate for the Honors College, a Data Entry Specialist for Westminster’s Admission’s team, and is a Resident Advisor. Katy was born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, but moved to Utah in the middle of high school. She enjoys spending time with friends and family, but more importantly, beating her friends and family during board game night.

  • Kelsey-Laramie

    Kelsey Laramie

    Psychology and Sociology
    Sandy, Utah

    Kelsey is a senior double majoring in psychology and sociology. She has worked on campus as an office assistant in the Department of Institutional Advancement since her first semester at Westminster in the fall of 2015. This year, Kelsey is a Resident Advisor (RA) at Westminster on the Draw. She was also the Residence Hall Association (RHA) president in the 2017-18 school year. When Kelsey first came to Westminster, she fell in love with the climbing culture on campus and has been hooked on the sport ever since. A lifelong Sandy resident, Kelsey likes going home on the weekends to enjoy family time and home-cooked meals.

  • Lia-Baez

    Lia Baez

    Political Science, Pre-Law
    Yonkers, New York

    Lia is a senior majoring in political science with a minor in global studies. She is ASW Chief Justice, secretary for BSU, an honors peer mentor, and a Legacy Scholar. Lia is passionate about her research on human trafficking in the Caribbean, immigration policy in the U.S., and international human rights. After graduation, she plans to pursue a JD in human rights and international policy. When she isn’t studying or working as the Political Engagement Coordinator in the Katherine W. Dumke Center for Civic Engagement, Lia enjoys dancing, eating, and spending time with friends and family.

  • Marley-Dominguez

    Marley Dominguez

    Political Science
    Midvale, Utah

    Marley is a sophomore majoring in political science with an emphasis in global studies and minoring in sociology. Coming from an immigrant background, Marley strives to always be active in the communities around her by engaging in activism centered on issues of identity, inclusion, and justice. She carries this passion on campus through her position as the Political Engagement Coordinator for the Katherine W. Dumke Center for Civic Engagement, ASW Associate Justice, Honors Peer Mentor and as a Legacy Scholar. In her spare time, her favorite thing to do in Salt Lake is trying new brunch restaurants and spending time with her family and friends.

  • Nicole-Rodriguez

    Nicole Rodriguez Cavero

    Physics and Mathematics
    Lima, Peru

    Nicole is a junior double majoring in physics and math. She is a member of the Honors College, a teacher assistant, and one of the resident advisers for first-year students at Olwell hall. Nicole enjoys the opportunity of having an "abroad" college experience and is passionate about all things education related. On campus, she works as a copywriter for the Office of Marketing and Communications and as the summer camp program coordinator for the Office for Global Peace and Spirituality. She is an advocate for diversity in higher education, the vice president of Griffins for the Greater Good club, and president of Westminster's Indoors Soccer club. In her free time, Nicole enjoys traveling, dancing, and learning new things when meeting people from around the world.

  • Rebekah-Ford

    Rebekah Ford

    Neuroscience, Pre-Med
    Durango, Colorado

    A native of Durango, Colorado, Rebekah is a sophomore majoring in neuroscience as a pre-medical student in the Honors College. She serves on the Board of Directors for the American Chemical Society at Westminster, and she is a peer mentor for lateral entry students entering the Honors College. As an aspiring physician, Rebekah enjoys serving local patients through volunteer work both through activities with the Pre-Professional Health Society at Westminster and at the University of Utah hospital. Rebekah works on-campus as a lifeguard and enjoys spending her summers working with young adults with disabilities in Colorado. In her free time, Rebekah enjoys golfing, running, reading a good book, and spending time outside.

  • Reilly-Cronyn

    Reilly Cronyn

    Eagle, Idaho

    Reilly is a fourth-year student majoring in English with an emphasis in Creative Writing, and minoring in Gender Studies. After college, she plans to attend a doctorate program to receive a Ph.D. in Feminist Studies. She is especially proud of her work as a Westminster College Writing Center Peer Tutor, as well as her work as a poetry editor for Ellipsis…, Westminster’s literary magazine. She is passionate about her participation on Westminster’s women’s volleyball team, her volunteer work for the Rape Recovery Center, and befriending every dog she has the privilege of meeting.

  • Sharon-Sauer

    Sharon Sauer

    Monteview, Idaho

    Sharon is a junior majoring in philosophy and minoring in political science. She is deeply involved in the Honors College, currently serving as Vice President of the Student Honors Council and as an honors peer mentor. She is also a McNair Scholar and the social action chair of Black Student Union. Sharon is passionate about political philosophy and aspires to attend graduate and/or law school in the future. Outside of academia, she is usually hiking, reading, exploring Salt Lake, playing video games, traveling, and more. Sharon also enjoys going home to Idaho to work on her family’s farm.