1899 Society Collegiate Ambassador Program

The 1899 Society Collegiate Ambassador Program is a group of Alpha Sigma Taus committed to advancing the culture of philanthropy in their chapters and sharing with their peers the impact of the Alpha Sigma Tau Foundation.

This collection of enthusiastic Sisters are armed with a thorough understanding of Alpha Sigma Tau and the 1899 Society Collegiate Giving Program. Ambassadors represent the Foundation throughout the year on social media and by coordinating activities with their local chapters.

Learn more about the 1899 Society Collegiate Ambassador Program

The first class of 1899 Society Collegiate Ambassadors for the 2017-2018 academic year have been selected and notified. Additional 2017-2018 applications will be received and reviewed on a rolling basis. If you are interested in becoming an 1899 Society Collegiate Ambassador email foundation@alphasigmatau.org for more information or use the link below to complete the application form.

Apply to Become an 1899 Society Collegiate Ambassador

 

Meet Your 2017-2018 Collegiate Ambassadors

Molly Farthing, Zeta Tau Chapter at Longwood University
“I lived in England for four years!”

Miranda Godfrey, Chi Chapter at Shepherd University
“Growing up, I raised goats and lambs in my backyard!”

Alex Bell, Psi Chapter at James Madison University
“I love hockey, especially the Capitals, and I try my best to watch every game possible!”

Keely Bennett, Psi Chapter at James Madison University
“I have a ‘hair birthmark’ – a black streak in my light brown hair!”

Marie Gilbert, Psi Chapter at James Madison University
“My fantasy job would be a traveling food critic so I could try the best food from all around the world!”

Jackie Wagner, Psi Chapter at James Madison University
“I have traveled outside of the mainland United States 10 times!”

Lexi Phonasa, Alpha Lambda Chapter at Radford University
“Pigs are my favorite animal!”


Stephanie Piazza, Alpha Pi Chapter at Slippery Rock University

“I have three cats and one running-tackles me when I come home on breaks!”

Kaylee Clemens, Alpha Psi Chapter at University of Northern Iowa
“I love milk – so much that I took a senior picture with it!”

Angel Peterson, Alpha Psi Chapter at University of Northern Iowa
“I have climbed on the Great Wall of China!”

Sydney Monaco, Beta Delta Chapter at Duquesne University
“I love my dog!”

Adeline Hummel, Beta Xi Chapter at Michigan Technological University
“I love to snowshoe, especially during the long snowy winters up here at school!”

Nikala Bacon, Beta Rho Chapter at Arkansas Tech University
“People associate me with the most famous breakfast meat of all time.”

Angel Hart Funk, Beta Phi Chapter at California University of Pennsylvania
“I can pick out peoples’ accents all around the world- right down to the area/country and sometimes town!”

Sarah Polkabla, Gamma Zeta Chapter at Frostburg State University
“My professional dream is to defend the cyber-world during the day and work with underprivileged students by teaching them dance at night.”

Andrea Price, Gamma Xi Chapter at Grand Valley State University
“Laker for a Lifetime! Cornhusker at Heart!”

Alex Urbanski, Gamma Rho Chapter at Seton Hall University
“I am wildly obsessed with college basketball and have been to the first round of the NCAA tournament!”

Holly Mitman, Gamma Tau Chapter at Lebanon Valley College
“Ten years ago, I was struck by lightning while hiking with my family!”

HayLee Dalton, Delta Beta Chapter at Fairmont State University
“I am half Hungarian Gypsy!”

Tiffany Cox, Delta Rho Chapter at Chowan University
“I am talented with origami and passed out butterflies to Sisters at #ASTOA17 this year!”

Jackie Albert, Delta Upsilon at Saint Leo University
“I have traveled to 30 states in one summer!”

Sara Velasco, Epsilon Beta Chapter at University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
“I speak four languages and am learning two more!”

Fernanda Tovar, Epsilon Iota Chapter at New York Institute of Technology
“I’m vegetarian!”

Eva Warren, Epsilon Tau Chapter at Kenyon College
“I’ve traveled to all seven continents!”

Ashley Langston, Epsilon Upsilon Chapter at Dalton State College
“In my free time, I enjoy stargazing!”

Kaylin Hardwig, Epsilon Phi Chapter at Winona State University
“I have been to the highest point in the German Alps!”

Ashlee Newhart, Epsilon Phi Chapter at Winona State University
“I studied abroad in Costa Rica for two months last summer!”

Victoria Prasek, Epsilon Chi Chapter at University of Minnesota Duluth
“I’m a competitive ballroom dancer!”

Devon Goetze, Epsilon Psi Chapter at Rowan University
“I am a transfer student from California University of Pennsylvania, where I used to play for the Division II soccer team. I also have a dapple dachshund puppy, and I am obsessed with strawberry sprinkled donuts!”

 

Interested in becoming an 1899 Society Collegiate Ambassador for your chapter?
The application is available here and will be received and reviewed on a rolling basis.

Past 1899 Society Collegiate Ambassadors

Thank you to past 1899 Society Collegiate Ambassadors for their service and dedication to empowering women and growing the future for Alpha Sigma Tau.

Fall 2017

  • Kaylee Appleton, Epsilon Beta Chapter at University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
  • Madison Bounds, Delta Eta at Belmont University
  • Dora Cantu, Epsilon Eta Chapter at University of the Incarnate Word
  • Samantha Deckard, Delta Tau Chapter at Oakland University
  • Courtney Evans, Zeta Chapter at Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania
  • Laura Green, Epsilon Sigma Chapter at Bridgewater State University
  • Laura Hardekopf, Epsilon Xi Chapter at Gustavus Adolphus College
  • Madison Hays, Epsilon Omicron Chapter at the University of Southern Indiana
  • Bailey Krumwiede, Epsilon Xi Chapter at Gustavus Adolphus College
  • Samantha Mellott, Chi Chapter at Shepherd University
  • Brianna Metsger, Gamma Tau Chapter at Lebanon Valley College
  • Faith Norwood, Alpha Chapter at Eastern Michigan University
  • Abbi Senger, Beta Eta Chapter at Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
  • Jennifer Stephens, Alpha Gamma Chapter at Henderson State University
  • Alyssa Suddith, Gamma Gamma Chapter at University of West Alabama
  • Morgan Thrash, Gamma Gamma Chapter at University of West Alabama