Presidential Ambassadors

The Presidential Ambassadors Program provides opportunities for a select group of students chosen for their enthusiasm and college engagement to host important college guests and to participate in a wide array of college and alumni events. To be selected as a Presidential Ambassador is a great honor that recognizes these students' outstanding personal and leadership skills and provides them with extraordinary networking and social opportunities and experiences.

If you would like to request the Presidential Ambassadors for an event, please submit a Presidential Ambassador Request.

If your request is approved, you will receive an email from the President's office with the name and contact information of the ambassador(s).

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  • Alex Bochner

    Alex Bochner

    Environmental Civics
    Castle Pines, Colorado

    Alex is a junior majoring in environmental civics. He is interested in any topic relating to the environment. At Westminster, he enjoys being on the men’s club soccer team and planning outdoor programming for Hillel for Utah, as well as supporting the skiing and snowboarding club, climbing club, indoor soccer club, and feminist club. Alex spends his free time backpacking, snowboarding, running, reading, and being outside as much as possible.

  • Diwas Poudel

    Diwas Poudel

    Computer Science
    Bhairahawa, Nepal

    Diwas is a sophomore majoring in computer science and minoring in data science. He works as the web and interaction designer for the Office of Marketing and Communication, web developer for Westminster’s academic journal, the Myriad, and research assistant for Intro to CS POGIL. In addition, Diwas serves as a Resident Advisor for Westminster’s Office of Residence Life, is a member of Griffin Quest, and has been involved with ASW as a first-year senator. In his spare time, he likes to travel so he can meet and talk to new people, or spend time on his computer when nobody else is around.

  • Elaine Sheehan

    Elaine Sheehan

    Midway, Utah

    Elaine is a senior majoring in English. She is the ASW Clubs president and enjoys promoting the well-being of Westminster through club activism and involvement, as well as through her work on the ASW Student Board. She works on campus as a Writing Center consultant, channeling her love of writing into her job. Elaine is also a member of the Honors College where she serves as the managing editor of the Honors newsletter, the Honorable Mention, and the president of the Student Honors Council. In her free time, Elaine loves going to the theater, golfing, rock climbing, and enjoying the mountains she calls home.

  • Grayson Massey

    Grayson Massey

    International Business and Finance
    Vernal, Utah

    Grayson chose Westminster after returning from a 2-year LDS Mission in Washington DC. Now a junior, he is a member of the WestARCHES Program and Honors College, serves in a variety of different clubs on campus, and holds multiple positions within ASW. Professionally, Grayson works as director for The Dicio Group, a political consulting firm in downtown Salt Lake City. He spent the summer in New York where he worked as an analyst for an investment management company in Times Square. When time permits, he enjoys golfing, traveling, and spending time with his family and friends. 

  • Kalsey Lamarie

    Kelsey Laramie

    Psychology and Sociology
    Sandy, Utah 

    Kelsey is a junior majoring in psychology and sociology. She also works on campus as an office assistant in the Department of Institutional Advancement. Kelsey is the Residence Hall Association (RHA) president, volunteering her time to better the experience for students living on campus. When Kelsey first came to Westminster in 2015, she fell in love with the climbing culture on campus and has been hooked on the sport ever since. A lifelong Sandy resident, Kelsey likes going home on the weekends to enjoy family time and home-cooked meals.

  • Kate Tsourmas

    Kate Tsourmas

    Boise, Idaho

    Kate is a third-year student and senior neuroscience major in the Honors College at Westminster. She is the the vice president of communications of the Westminster chapter of Students for Choice and has been involved with the Feminist Club throughout her time at the college. She is also a member of the on-campus Sexual Assault Peer Support Network, having completed a 40-hour training through the Utah Coalition against Sexual Assault. She also spent the summer doing sociopolitical neuroscience research on a Gore Research Grant. In the past, Kate has worked on campus for the Office of Residence Life and the Start Center and has also been a member of the volleyball team. Off campus, Kate visits hospice patients as a volunteer on a weekly basis and fills her free time with hiking, live music, cooking, books, and anything else that allows her to spend time outside.


  • Kaydee Gilson

    Kaydee Gilson

    Price, Utah

    Kaydee is a senior majoring in marketing with a minor in applied computing. She enjoys designing, traveling, baking, and golfing. This year, she is the marketing program assistant for Westminster Thinks Big, in addition to volunteering as the marketing director of a new non-profit started by Westminster alums. Kaydee was previously involved on campus as the ASW executive creative director, a Sisters Rise Up mentor, ASW senator, GO Leader, GriffinQuest member, and the design editor of The Myriad, Westminster’s academic journal.

  • Mariah McCoy

    Mariah McCoy

    Global Environmental Justice
    Chugiak, Alaska

    Mariah is a member of the Westminster Honors College and is creating a custom major in global environmental justice. She competes on the Ethics Bowl team, is an ASW senator, and works as the sustainability coordinator in the Environmental Center. Mariah has presented her research ethnography centered on changing snowpack in her home state of Alaska at academic conferences, and sat on the planning committee for the Westminster Global Crises Global Change Conference. In her free time, she stays busy with horseback cross-country racing, trap shooting, and camping.

  • Nicole Rodriguez Cavero

    Nicole Rodriguez Cavero

    Lima, Peru

    Nicole is a sophomore majoring in physics and minoring in applied mathematics. She is a member of the Honors College, a cheerful lateral-entry Honors peer mentor, and the associate international chair of ASW Events. Nicole enjoys the opportunity of having an "abroad" college experience and is passionate about all things education related. She is an advocate for diversity and a proud member of the Griffins for Greater Good club. In her free time, Nicole enjoys traveling, dancing, and meeting people from around the world.

  • Reilly Cronyn

    Reilly Cronyn

    Eagle, Idaho

    Reilly is a junior majoring in English and minoring in gender studies, while also working toward a master of arts in teaching. She is especially proud of her work as the dramaturg of a Westminster student-run feminist theatre company called Pussycat Productions. When she isn’t studying or teaching, you might find Reilly reading her favorite novels for the sixth or seventh time, volunteering at the Rape Recovery Center, or working as a writing consultant at Westminster’s Writing Center. She is passionate about her participation on Westminster’s volleyball team, her work as a sales consultant with Nike, and fighting as hard as she can to make the world a safer and better place for those around her.

  • Cozy Huggins

    Cozy Huggins

    Political Science
    Heber City, Utah

    Cozy is a senior pursuing a degree in political science with a minor in gender studies. She is a resident advisor on campus, an office assistant for Residence Life and an ASW Clubs board member. Cozy is a Be a Human coordinator and is especially proud of her activism in the LGBTQ+ community. After graduation, Cozy has plans to pursue a masters in higher education and student affairs. When she's not running around trying to catch Pokemon, she can be found in the Bassis Center drinking London fogs, or rooting for the Utah Utes, Utah Jazz, and San Francisco Giants.

  • Diana Khosrovi

    Diana Khosrovi

    Boise, Idaho

    Diana is a sophomore from Boise, Idaho. A member of the Honors College, Diana serves as the secretary of the Student Honors Council. She is a member of Westminster’s Mock Trial and Ethics Bowl teams, and the founder of the Griffins Taekwondo Club (she is a second degree black belt!). Her participation in all of these activities makes Diana a strong believer that there are never enough hours in a day!

  • Riddhi Rampeearee

    Riddhi Rampeearee

    Mauritius, Africa 

    Riddhi is a senior majoring in math and minoring in economics. She works as a lead circulation assistant in the Giovale Library on campus and participates on the Quantitative Analysis and Research Cooperative (QUARC) Team. In addition, Riddhi is the secretary and treasurer of Lemma, Westminster’s math club. In her free time, she likes to read and work on math problems.