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Headshots of each of the 2024 Presidential Ambassadors wearing their signature red coats.

Florida Southern College Names Inaugural Class of Presidential Ambassadors

May 7, 2024

Florida Southern College proudly announces its Inaugural Class of Presidential Ambassadors, a select group of 15 students chosen to represent the College and embody its values of academic excellence, leadership and service.

Presidential Ambassadors were nominated by Florida Southern College faculty and staff and selected by a confidential team of campus reviewers. Students hold a term of 15 months, and their terms are renewable through their graduation from Florida Southern College. Ambassadors serve as official representatives of the college, participating in significant events, initiatives, and programs to promote the mission and values of the College.

These student leaders play a vital role in fostering a sense of community and engagement within the college and beyond, and will collaborate closely with college administration, faculty, staff, and alumni to enhance the overall student experience at Florida Southern College.

“We are thrilled to have such an impressive group of students representing Florida Southern College,” said President Anne Kerr. “The Presidential Ambassadors program aims to recognize and involve students who exemplify the spirit of Florida Southern College both on and off campus.”

The inaugural class of Presidential Ambassadors for Florida Southern College includes:

Tommy Anderson ’25

Mia Braun ’25

Jackson Cassidy ’27

Caroline Chambers ’24

Reese Colwell ’25

Garrett Hultman ’26

Daniel Johnson ’25

Jordan King ’26

Jenna McHardy ’26

Liam Parke ’27

Lexi Lapore-Paternostro ’26

Sophie Grace Posick ’26

Luke Reeves ’26

Makenna Thomas ’27

Zion Virgil ’25

The Presidential Ambassadors will begin their term immediately, engaging in activities that promote student engagement, academic success, and community involvement.

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