College of Business Administration selects new student ambassadors
Tuesday, April 21, 2015
MANHATTAN — The Kansas State University College of Business Administration has selected 29 new student ambassadors for the 2015-2016 academic year.
Ambassadors recruit prospective students and share their university experiences. They will assist with on- and off-campus recruitment events and represent the college and university at programs throughout the year.
"We are really excited to add these outstanding students to our ambassador program," said Breana Boger, recruitment coordinator for the college. "They represent the best qualities of our students, and I am confident that they will be great ambassadors of both the College of Business Administration and the K-State brand as a whole."
The following students are new College of Business Administration Ambassadors:
Leslie Geist, sophomore in accounting, Bel Aire; Kaden Littrell, freshman in marketing and entrepreneurship, Canton; Priscila Aguero, senior in accounting, Dodge City; Gabriel Gutierrez, sophomore in human resource management, Ellsworth; Trenton Kennedy, freshman in management, Frankfort; Jared Dinkel, junior in human resource management and management information systems, Garden City.
From Greater Kansas City: Nate Starcev, freshman in management, and Josh Stukel, sophomore in accounting, both from Leawood; Matthew Brophy, freshman in accounting and finance, Brett Neely, sophomore in operations and supply chain management, and Gabrielle Riggs, freshman in marketing, all from Lenexa; Troy Burgett, freshman in finance, Overland Park; Anne Willman, sophomore in accounting, Prairie Village; and Drew Bormann, freshman in management, and Jenae Hicklin, junior in management, both from Stilwell.
Zoey Gubitoso, sophomore in accounting, Hays; Chase Lambert, freshman in entrepreneurship, Mahaska; Abby Steiner, sophomore in accounting, McPherson; Colton Aarstad, freshman in accounting and finance, Newton; Ashley Ebeck, freshman in accounting and finance, Paola; Ben Stutterheim, freshman in business administration, Salina; Morgan Jones, sophomore in human resource management, Valley Center; and Princess Moran, junior in accounting, and Matthew Zemanick, sophomore in accounting and finance, both from Wichita.
From out of state:
Zachary Disberger, junior in financial management, Arvada, Colorado; Ashley Thomas, sophomore in accounting and finance, Lincoln, Nebraska; Alyssa Gomez Buxo, sophomore in finance, Boonton, New Jersey; and Malori Stucky, junior in marketing, Sanger, Texas.
From out of country: Kristin Gundersen, sophomore in finance, Lillehammer, Norway.