Ambassadors

2021-2022

Elsa Clements

Elsa Clements is junior at KSU, majoring in Psychology with a minor in Public Relations. She is a member of Delta Phi Epsilon Sorority, and very active in campus Greek Life. After graduation Elsa would like to work in Social Justice Reforms to connect people back with their communities!

Email: ecleme12@students.kennesaw.edu


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 also 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.

Email: nford17@students.kennesaw.edu 


Sydnee Goode

Sydnee Goode is a junior Choral Music Education Major at Kennesaw State University. Her hometown is Powder Springs, Georgia. Sydnee became a Student Diversity Ambassador because she is passionate about building an inclusive space where students are able to thrive and be comfortable. Her hobbies include singing, baking, and painting. 

Email: sgoode1@students.kennesaw.edu


Taylor Heath

Taylor Heath is a junior at Kennesaw State University pursuing a degree in English Education. Taylor hopes to become a high school English Language Arts teacher here in Georgia. Graduating from South Cobb High School, Taylor is originally from Marietta, Georgia. She is an active member of the Student Government Association where she has served as the 2020-2021 Senator for Bagwell College of Education, and the 2021-2022 Senator for the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. She is also a mentor for the Mentor Collective and a member of T.R.U.S.T KSU. Outside of the classroom, Taylor enjoys reading, binge-watching shows, and seeing her friends. Taylor looks forward to assisting in building a welcoming and diversity-inclusive environment here at Kennesaw State University as well as advocating on the behalf of the students at across campus.

Email: theath19@students.kennesaw.edu


Sujeong Kim

Sujeong Kim is a senior at KSU majoring in Public Relations. She chose her major because of her interests in relationships between companies and the public, as well as all kinds of relationships in general. Sujeong became a Student Diversity Ambassador because she wants to bridge all students, staff, faculty regardless of difference on our campus. Sujeong is a Korean international student who wants to promote different aspects of diversity to help educate the KSU community and help create a healthy campus environment for everyone. Sujeong also has a passion for helping students navigate KSU resources and services to be successful.

Email: skim134@students.kennesaw.edu


Emma Musgrove

Emma Musgrove is a senior at KSU majoring in Psychology and minoring in Child Advocacy Studies. In addition to being a Student Diversity Ambassador, she is a Wellness Peer Mentor and an intern with KSU’s Children and Family Programs. In her free time, she enjoys reading, hiking, and volunteering. She is passionate about supporting the wellbeing and academic success of students from all backgrounds and walks of life. Her goals are to increase awareness of campus resources, address students’ concerns, and foster an environment on campus where every student can feel like they belong.

Email: emusgro3@students.kennesaw.edu


Allan Njiakin Siako

Allan Njiakin Siako, known as “Al” those close to him, is senior majoring in Mechanical Engineering Technology. He is ambitious and driven, thrives on challenges, and constantly sets goals to strive toward. His hobbies include playing basketball and watching anime. Allan believes the Student Diversity Ambassador position will give him the opportunity to interact with students from different backgrounds and help them attain academic and social success.

Email: anjiakin@students.kennesaw.edu


Citlalli Solis

Citlalli Solis is a junior at Kennesaw State, majoring in Political Science with a minor in International Affairs. Since coming to Kennesaw State in 2019, Citlalli has tried to remain active on campus with involvement in on campus organizations such as Student Government Association and the Organization of Latin American Students. She looks forward to serving the KSU community and advocating for her fellow students through her position as a Student Diversity Ambassador.

Email: csolis6@students.kennesaw.edu


Joshue Trujillo

Joshue Trujillo is a Junior at Kennesaw State and aspires to be an Electrical Engineer. As an engineer, his goal is to use his passion and innovation to further develop the space industry. As such, the possibilities associated with space exploration are endless. When Joshue needs a break from school, he embraces hobbies for relaxation. If the day is beautiful, he plays tennis, which is his favorite hobby. When Joshue is indoors, he tends to cook or play his ukulele or piano. Joshue is very excited to meet everyone through the Student Diversity Ambassador Program and believes it will unite all of us together.

Email: jtrujil8@students.kennesaw.edu


Leafy Wilson

Ruthana-Leafy Wilson (pronouns: they/them) is pursuing a double degree in Computer Science and Philosophy, with a minor in Gender and Women's studies. They have an interest in Latin American De-colonial philosophy in one major, and cybersecurity and web development in the second major. They live in Sandy Springs and own one cat and one dog, along with a couple hundred plants. Leafy is passionate about activism on and off campus for anti-racism, queer rights, and mutual aid projects to support local communities.

Email: rwils161@students.kennesaw.edu


Campus Assignments

Kennesaw:

  • Taylor Health
  • Emma Musgrove
  • Citlalli Solis
  • Sydney Goode
  • Elsa Clements
  • Noelle Ford

Marietta:

  • Ruthana Wilson
  • Allan Siako
  • Sujeong Kim
  • Joshue Trujillo
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