UNIVERSITY of MOBILE AMBASSADORS
The UM Ambassador program was introduced in 2017 and consists of a group of students who demonstrate excellent interpersonal communication skills, enthusiasm for the university, proven leadership abilities, positivity, sound judgment and reliability.
The program includes a rigorous application and interview process. Students who achieve this honor undergo comprehensive training to prepare them to assist with university events as official hosts, both on and off campus.
Ambassadors serve the University through intentional Biblical leadership according to Mark 10:43-45, “Whoever wants to become great among you must be your servant, and whoever wants to be first must be slave of all. For even the Son of Man did not come to be served, but to serve, and to give his life as a ransom for many.”
2017 University Ambassadors
Jonina Brinson of Swainsboro, Ga. – senior, psychology
Matthew Brown of Cullman, Ala. – junior, worship leadership
Erica Burleson of Satsuma, Ala. – freshman, piano performance
Andrew Felts of Camden, Ala. – sophomore, communication and advertising
Torrie Gray of Statham, Ga. – sophomore, music education
Blythe Greene of Navarre, Fla. – junior, music education
Abigail Griffin of Savannah, Ga. – junior, biology
Rebekah Lipscombe of Gulfport. Miss. – sophomore, piano performance
Gabriella Loiacano of Bay Saint Louis, Miss. – sophomore, piano performance
Claire Richburg of Huntsville, Ala. – junior, intercultural studies and sociology
Madison Verkouille of Satsuma, Ala. – freshman, communication