December 3, 2021
Pre-Law Ambassadors announce newest class of representatives
The Office of Pre-Law Advising and the Pre-Law Ambassadors have selected 18 new members for the Pre-Law Ambassadors program.
New members include:
Alyvia Johnson, humanities and Spanish, Abilene; Sami Fisher, strategic communications, Basehor; Whitney Ford, human development and family sciences, Goddard.
From Greater Kansas City: Grace Reiman, apparel and textile marketing, Leawood; Ava Modin, political science, Overland Park; and Grace Hanson, English-creative writing, Shawnee.
Elly Lang, entrepreneurship, Hays; Lane Johnson-Martinez, political science, Marysville; Karter Granzella, economics, Salina.
From Topeka: Charles "Trey" Bohlender III, computer science; Kamryn Nickel, political science; and Kilian Cox, social science.
Darby Leitch, psychology, and Kelly Lonker, political science, both from Wamego; and Gabe Heger, business management, Winfield.
From out of state: Quinn Ketel, management information systems, Barrington, Illinois; Jenae Tilford, agricultural economics and global food systems leadership, Roca, Nebraska; and Jordan Timmerman, political science, Houston, Texas.
Pre-Law Ambassadors hold a vital role in the Office of Pre-Law Advising. Pre-Law Ambassadors come from a variety of majors and unite pre-law students from across campus. This unique group was formed in fall 2015 to unite students with common interest in the law. The ambassadors represent pre-law at campus events, talk to prospective pre-law students, enrich the academic atmosphere of the pre-law community, and help facilitate positive experiences for students in the pre-law program.