2022-2023 Cohort

  • Noelle Ford
    • Noelle Ford is a third year in the Academy for Inclusive learning and Social Growth which is a program for students who are different learners. Noelle comes from a big family. She is a triplet and has a younger brother.  Noelle has a sister who is also a student at KSU, another sister who attends Clemson University, and a brother is enrolled at Georgia Tech.  Noelle enjoys music, YouTube videos, playing wheelchair basketball, attending church, and hanging out with her family and friends.
  • Roze Amado
    • Rozaline Amado is a Junior with the SPSU, her major is in Mechatronics engineering. She is in the KSU pride alliance, College of computing and Software Engineering, as well as the Robotics and Automation society which she currently serves as the chair systems engineer. In her spare time, Rozaline likes to read, spend time with friends, play video games, and research innovative and exciting future technologies. Rozaline wishes to someday contribute meaningfully to the scientific and engineering community and is dedicated to achieving that goal.
  • Tiana Destra
    • Tiana Destra is a sophomore at Kennesaw whose major is Nursing and is also in the Honors College here at Kennesaw. Her hometown is McDonough, Georgia and she is a diversity ambassador because as a Haitian American she understands the adversity within Diversity and would like to assist and help others in their fight against it. Tiana loves meeting new people and loves traveling to different countries. She knows choosing to be a diversity ambassador will help Kennesaw State move forward as the campus continues to diversify.
  • Lyric Rosser
    • Lyric Rosser is a sophomore at Kennesaw State University majoring in Anthropology with a minor in the President’s Emerging Global Scholars cohort. Her hobbies include reading, talking about books, watching documentaries, and completing jigsaw puzzles. Lyric is passionate about the intersections of leadership and diversity initiatives and is looking forward to building connections and making an impact this year as a KSU Diversity Ambassador."
  • Citlalli Solis
    • Citlalli Solis is a senior at Kennesaw State, majoring in Political Science with a minor in International Affairs. During her time as a student at KSU, Citlalli has tried to remain active on campus with previous involvement in on campus organizations such as Student Government Association and the Organization of Latin American Students. She is also a member of Lambda Theta Alpha Latin Sorority, Incorporated. After graduation, Citlalli would like to pursue a juris doctorate to become an immigration attorney where she can serve the foreign-born community in Georgia! As a Student Diversity Ambassador, she looks forward to serving the KSU community and advocating for her fellow students.
  • Olivia Blackston
    • Olivia Blackston is a junior at KSU, majoring in Public Health Education with a minor in Sociology. After graduation, Olivia would like to get her MPH in Epidemiology and Biostatistics to help serve low-income/minority communities as a researcher. Her hobbies include hanging out with close friends, listening to music, cooking, and reading. As an ambassador, Olivia looks forward to serving Owl Nation and building an inclusive environment while creating awareness about different marginalized communities on campus.
  • Javeria Ali
    • Javeria Ali is a first-generation Asian-American Senior at KSU and a mother of two. She is graduating with a Bachelor of Science in Political Science and a minor in International Relations. During her time here at KSU, she has taken a semester abroad in Morocco and is working towards completing a Certificate in U.S. Intelligence and Homeland Security. After graduation, she plans to attend graduate school while pursuing her goal of being a Foreign Service Officer. Javeria is an Ally & an Accomplice for BIPOC, and the LGBTQ+ and aspires to inform, influence, and inspire to ensure that every individual at KSU is seen, heard, and belongs.
  • Jada Crowell
    • Jada Crowell is an Honors student at KSU majoring in Theatre. Jada loves to draw, watch movies, and getting to know others from all walks of life. Jada’s pronouns are she/they and looks forward to creating a sense of equality with the DAP for all KSU students.