Who Are the Tarleton Ambassadors?
As a departmental organization within The Division of Advancement and External Relations the Tarleton Ambassadors exist to enhance and support alumni engagement, function as stewards of time honored traditions and provide community service. Ambassadors engender personalized interactions that will be beneficial for a lifetime with alumni, faculty, administrators, donors, guests and friends of the university. They represent the university at events both on and off campus. They help plan and participate in development events with administrators while serving as facilitators, ushers, spokespersons, table hosts and much more.
Ambassadors are expected to be familiar with information concerning the university and its history, to attend regularly scheduled meetings, and to conduct themselves at all times, not merely during the actual performance of duties, according to the highest standards of personal integrity and decorum.
Students must be invited to apply for membership. They are expected to attend all designated events, display a sense of pride for the University, and commit to the organization with its high ideals.
Eligibility requirements as stated in the Ambassadors Constitution:
- Classified as a full-time student
- Have completed at least 2 regular semesters at Tarleton
- Possess a cumulative GPA of 2.5
- Cannot be on scholastic or disciplinary probation with the University.
- Marissa Pena, President
- Morgan Heine, Vice President
- Catherine Gorecki, Secretary
- Hanna Necomer, Historian & Social Media
- Raymond Jones, Risk Management Rep.
- Shelby Bishop
- Caleb Grassi
- Andrew Hatcher
- Morgan Heine
- Kendra Latta
- Brad Rutherford
- Colton Sheffield
- Kaycie Spindor
- Audrey Turnipseed
- Emilee White