Current Student Alumni Ambassadors

Executive Board
     


Robyn Gonnerman, President
College of Arts & Sciences



 
 
 
Shela Mollett
, Executive Vice President
School of Education
     

  Keelyn Geoghean, Vice President of Constitutional Affairs
Robertson School of Government

Keelyn is in her final year of graduate school, working towards her masters in Government. She received her BA in history from Messiah College. Upon completion of her undergrad, she worked for several years as an EMT in upstate New York.

 
 

  Toni Jackson, Vice President of Administration
College of Arts & Sciences

 
 
    John Mathias, Vice President of Development
School of Law
 
 

  Tim Pettman, Vice President of Spiritual Life
School of Law
 
 
   
Bethany Shaw
, Vice President of Community Relations
College of Arts & Sciences

Born and raised in the great state of Delaware, Bethany is the youngest of four. She is currently a second year Psychology Major, minoring in Christian Ministry, and is considering going into counseling.





Members





  Esther Acosta
College of Arts & Sciences

Esther is a sophomore born and raised in North New Jersey. She is a psychology major deciding between a double major or minor in Christian Ministries. Esther wants to become a high school guidance counselor and do mission work during the summers.

     


Haley Bolt
College of Arts & Sciences
Haley is from beautiful Richmond, Virginia majoring in Cinema-Television. Although she is still discerning specifically what to study, Haley knows she wants a career in the entertainment business.

     
 
  Ryan Bunn
College of Arts & Sciences
Ryan is a senior pursuing his bachelor's in psychology. In addition to serving as a Student Alumni Ambassador, Ryan is president of the Soccer Club. He is active in his church and wants to be a youth pastor when he graduates, as well as counseling teenagers to help make them fully devoted disciples of Christ.

     
 
  Bill Dudley
Robertson School of Government

     
 
  Louie Gibbs, Jr.
College of Arts & Sciences

     


Grant Hurley
College of Arts & Sciences

     

  Fatemia Johnson
College of Arts & Sciences

     

  Sherly Jourdain
Robertson School of Government

   

  Caroline Leal
College of Arts & Sciences

     

  Mattalin Manning
College of Arts & Sciences

     

 

Alicia Mathis
College of Arts & Sciences

     

  LaToya Perry
School of Psychology & Counseling
LaToya is honored to be part of Regent's graduate school of Psychology & Counseling where she studies Community Counseling. The study of the mind has always been an interest of hers, so she aspires to counsel adults and youth throughout various communities.

     
 
  Michael Rynders
College of Arts & Sciences

     

  Nathaniel Santiago
College of Arts & Sciences

     

  James Shannon
College of Arts & Sciences

     

  Amanda Silva
College of Arts & Sciences
Originally from Brazil and coming to Regent most recently from New Jersey, Amanda is majoring in Communications. With her degree, she'd like to become a journalist and possibly work with international affairs.

     

  Danielle Thompson
School of Communication & the Arts




    Yvette Tyson
College of Arts & Sciences
     

  Chastity Walker
College of Arts & Sciences
Chastity is from Chesapeake, Virginia, and a senior majoring in Organizational Leadership & Management with a minor in Criminal Justice. Upon obtaining her bachelors, she plans to become an international lawyer or human rights officer.

     

  Karen Wilkins
School of Divinity

     

  Katrina Williams
College of Arts & Sciences