Meet the Membership Committee

 
 
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MIchael Williams, Director of Membership

Hometown: Charlotte, NC

Major: Business Administration

Committee: Director of Membership

3rd Year Ambassador

Why did you decide to apply to be an Alumni Ambassador? I applied to be an Alumni Ambassador because I knew I wanted to get involved on campus and couldn't think of a better way than to become a part of the organization that keeps the traditions of NC State going.

What excites you most about being an Alumni Ambassador? The thing that excites me about being an Alumni Ambassador is seeing how students on campus enjoy our events directly. We can tell that students enjoy coming and receive instant gratification during events and know all of our hard work was worth it.

What is your favorite AASAP event? Fall Retreat. It is an amazing way to get to know and bond with all of the new and returning ambassadors. It is the best way to kick off the year!

What is your favorite AASAP memory? The Washington D.C. trip! It is so much fun to explore the city and network with alumni of the area.

What is something you are involved in outside of the Alumni Ambassadors? Outside of the Alumni Ambassadors, I am involved in Greek Life, I am a University Ambassador that gives campus tours, I am a part of the University Scholars Program, and have an off-campus internship!

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Julia Koehler, Membership Committee

Hometown: Oxford, PA

Major: Polymer and Color Chemistry

Committee: Membership

1st Year Ambassador

Why did you decide to apply to be an Alumni Ambassador? I wanted to be a part of a program that furthered the student experience at NC State, and I wanted to be a leader within the student community. Knowing that this program went beyond current undergraduates and reached out to Alumni conveyed an additional form of professionalism that I couldn't wait to take part in.

What excites you most about being an Alumni Ambassador? I am so excited to work with my fellow ambassadors who are enthusiastic and motivated about their role in AASAP as well.

What event are you looking forward to most as an Ambassador? Being on the Membership committee, I cannot wait to see the bonding that takes place among the Ambassadors through working together on events like homecoming, and celebrating one another's accomplishments at General Body Meetings. I am also looking forward to have the traditions at NC State mean more to me personally by helping to keep them alive on campus.

What is something you are involved in outside of the Alumni Ambassadors? American Association of Textile Chemists and Colorists, Edelweiss Equestrian Team

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Emma Vukovich, Membership Committee

Hometown: Wake Forest, NC

Major: Human Biology

Committee: Membership

2nd Year Ambassador

Why did you decide to apply to be an Alumni Ambassador? I decided to apply to be an Almuni Ambassador because of my love for NC State and it's current and past students. I wanted to find a way to give back to the University community and get involved in campus events as much as I could.

What excites you most about being an Alumni Ambassador? It is most exciting to have the opportunity to meet Alumni and students who I probably would have never crossed paths with if it weren't for being an Alumni Ambassador. Forming these connections and being more aware of the traditions and functions of NC State makes this position so rewarding.

What is your favorite AASAP event?  The Homecoming Parade during Red and White Week is my favorite event!

What is your favorite AASAP memory? The trip to Washington, D.C. where we got to tour around all the major monuments and spend quality time together exploring the city.

What is something you are involved in outside of the Alumni Ambassadors? Campus Outreach Raleigh Christian Ministry, Delta Gamma Eta Kappa Chapter, Pre-Health Club