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.

  • Diana Khosrovi

    Diana Khosrovi

    Boise, Idaho

    Diana is a senior studying in the Public Health program, and is also in the Honors College. She also studied at Korea University in Seoul, South Korea for a semester abroad. As an active member on campus, she is the founder and president of Griffins’ Taekwondo Club (as a second-degree Taekwondo black belt herself) and is active in many clubs including Ethics Bowl and the Indoor Soccer Club. In the Honors College, she has served as Student Honors Council secretary, Honors peer mentor, and writer for Honorable Mention (the Honors College newspaper).

    Diana loves the boundless opportunities at Westminster and is a proud Griffin! Her favorite ways to fill her free time are playing volleyball, binge-watching any good TV show, enjoying a good read, and relaxing...Even better with some friends in the mix!

  • Graham Kennedy

    Graham Kennedy

    Business Management
    Salt Lake City, Utah

    Graham Kennedy is a senior studying in the Management program. In addition to being in the Presidential Ambassadors Program, he serves as a senior class senator and is the student assistant in the Office of the President. He previously served as a junior class senator, a Westminster admissions ambassador, and a member of the alumni mentoring program, and has done extensive work with the admissions and advancement offices.

    A lifelong resident of Salt Lake City, Graham loves being involved in his local community, supporting local businesses, and attending local arts events. In his free time, his favorite activities include writing, attending theatre productions, and traveling.

  • Katy Molinari

    Katy Molinari

    Public Health
    Chicago, Illinois

    Katy is a fourth-year Honors student studying in the Public Health program. She recently studied abroad in South Africa where she worked for the Cape Town Pride Shelter.

    Katy found her love of education by teaching sex-ed through Students United for Reproductive Freedom over the past 4 years.

    On campus, Katy works as the lead student honors associate for the Honors College and is a resident advisor on Westminster’s first gender-neutral floor. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with her pets and watching The Lion King while reciting the movie word for word.

  • Lia Baez

    Political Science, Pre-Law
    Yonkers, New York

    Lia is a senior majoring in the Political Science program and minoring in the Global Studies program. She is ASW chief justice, the secretary for BSU, an Honors peer mentor, and a participant in the Legacy Scholar program.

    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

    Justice Studies
    Midvale, Utah

    Marley is a junior majoring in the Justice Studies program and minoring in the Gender Studies program. Coming from an immigrant background, Marley strives to always be active in the communities around her by engaging in activism that is centered on issues of identity, inclusion, and justice. She carries out this passion through her fellowship at the United Way of Salt Lake, on campus as a participant in the Legacy Scholar program,  and through her positions as an ASW associate justice and the Honors Student Council vice president. In her spare time, her favorite thing to do in Salt Lake City is trying new brunch restaurants and spending time with her family and friends.

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    Nicole Rodriguez Cavero

    Physics and Mathematics
    Lima, Peru

    Nicole is a senior double majoring in Westminster’s Physics and Mathematics programs. She is also in the Honors College. On campus, she works as a first-year student resident advisor as well as a copy editor assistant for the Office of Marketing and Communications.

    Nicole enjoys the opportunity of having an "abroad" college experience and is passionate about everything education-related. She is an advocate for diversity in higher education and hopes to promote inclusivity for women in STEM through her future career. 

    Nicole is a regular attendee of the Indoor Soccer Club, and also enjoys traveling, dancing, and learning new things when meeting people from around the world in her free time.

  • Rebekah Ford

    Rebekah Ford

    Neuroscience, Pre-Med
    Durango, Colorado

    Rebekah is a junior studying in the Neuroscience program as a pre-medical student. She is also a part of the Honors College. As an aspiring physician, she enjoys serving local patients through volunteer work with the University of Utah Hospital and the Pre-Professional Health Society at Westminster.

    Rebekah also serves on the American Chemical Society at Westminster’s Board of Directors, is a peer mentor for lateral entry students entering the Honors College, and works on-campus as a lifeguard and tutor. In her free time, she enjoys golfing, running, hiking, mountain biking, reading a good book, and spending time outside. During the summer, she spends time working with young adults with disabilities in Colorado.

  • Sharon Sauer

    Sharon Sauer

    Monteview, Idaho

    Sharon is a senior majoring in the Philosophy program and minoring in the Political Science program. She is deeply involved in the Honors College, having served as vice president of the Student Honors Council and as an Honors peer mentor.

    Sharon is also a McNair Scholar, which is a program for students where they can conduct their own research projects, and is the secretary of the new Westminster club “Hunger Force,” which works to help food-insecure people throughout Salt Lake City.

    Sharon is passionate about political philosophy and plans to attend graduate school or law school in the future. Outside of academia, she is usually spending time outside, reading, exploring Salt Lake City’s culture, playing video games, traveling, and more. She also enjoys going home to Idaho to work on her family’s farm.

  • Asma Dahir

    Asma Dahir

    Public Health
    Salt Lake City, Utah

    Asma is a junior studying in the Public Health program and the Pre-Professional Health Physician Assistant Advising Track. Alongside becoming a Presidential Ambassador, she is affiliated with several programs on campus including the Honors College, Legacy Scholars program, and the Black Student Union. She currently sits as president on the Honors College Student Honors Council. Outside of campus, she dedicates her time serving her communities through volunteering. She is also highly involved with the refugee community and was named Miss Africa Utah 2017, where she was able to work with refugee youth on the journey of self-acceptance.

    Asma is a first-generation American raised in Salt Lake City. Her family is from Somalia.

  • Denise Zikovic

    Denise Zikovic

    Environmental Studies
    Wiesbaden, Germany

    Denise is a second-year student studying in the Environmental Studies program. Looking for an added challenge, she joined the Honors College in her first year at Westminster. Outside of school, Denise works with an urban farm to grow organic produce with environmentally friendly practices and enjoys spending time outdoors to enhance her understanding of the relationship between modern humanity and the earth.

    Denise was born in Wiesbaden, Germany to a Yugoslavian refugee family. Moving to the United States as a toddler and living abroad during her mid-teens has shaped much of her outlook.