Chattanooga State Welcomes 15 New Student Ambassadors

Monday, December 17, 2018 - by Betty Proctor, Chattanooga State
The new Chattanooga State Ambassadors, from left, first row, Chelsea Isbill, McKenzie Bramlett, and Savannah Stull. Second row, LaTerrinique Ford, Hayley McNeal, Jordan Petty, Ester Ryabchuk, Rachel Woodward, Tyler Gentile, and Gabrielle Humble. Third row, James Fry, Britten Bryant, Alan Eady Jr., and Noah Harris.
The new Chattanooga State Ambassadors, from left, first row, Chelsea Isbill, McKenzie Bramlett, and Savannah Stull. Second row, LaTerrinique Ford, Hayley McNeal, Jordan Petty, Ester Ryabchuk, Rachel Woodward, Tyler Gentile, and Gabrielle Humble. Third row, James Fry, Britten Bryant, Alan Eady Jr., and Noah Harris.

Chattanooga State Community College has selected 15 highly motivated and dedicated student ambassadors to help represent the college during admission, recruiting, orientation, and community events. This elite group also maintains positive relationships between students, faculty, staff, and members of the community while encouraging school spirit and participation in student life.

The following students were welcomed as ambassadors during ceremonies that also included their families and ChattState personnel.

McKenzie Bramlett, Chattanooga, is a Central High School grad majoring in Early Childhood Education 

Britten Bryant, Chattanooga, is a Ooltewah High School grad majoring in Pre Law

Alan Eady Jr., Memphis, is a Cover High School grad majoring in Computer Engineering 

LaTerranique Ford, Chattanooga, is a Central High School grad majoring in Psychology 

James Fry, Chattanooga, is a Linton High School grad majoring in History

Tyler Gentile, Dunlap, is a Sequatchie County High School grad majoring in Theater 

Noah Harris, Fort Oglethorpe, GA, is a Lakeview-Fort Oglethrorpe High School grad majoring in Accounting

Gabrielle Humble, Chattanooga, is a Ooltewah High School grad majoring in Secondary Education - English

Chelsea Isbill, Chattanooga, is a ABEKA Christian Academy grad majoring in Media Technology

Hayley McNeal, Chattanooga, is a Soddy-Daisy High School grad majoring in Nursing

Tatum Morgan, Chattanooga, is a Central High School grad majoring in Secondary Education - History

Jordan Petty, Fort Oglethorpe, GA, is a Lakeview-Fort Oglethorpe l High School grad majoring in Political Science

Ester Ryabchuk, Chattanooga, is a Central High School grad majoring in Nursing

Savannah Stull, Chattanooga, is a Ooltewah High School grad majoring in Psychology 

Rachel Woodward, Chattanooga, is a Central High School grad majoring in Early Childhood Education

Student ambassadors are selected based on attributes of “T.I.G.E.R.S” – Team player, Intelligent, Gifted, Enthusiastic, Responsible, and Socially-skilled. Students exude enthusiasm about ChattState, accept the time commitment required, work well with others, communicate well, exhibit responsibility, dependability, and flexibility, and maintain good academic and judicial standing.

For more information about ChattState student ambassadors, contact Kisha Caldwell, director of Recruiting and Orientation Services at 697-3250 or email kisha.caldwell@chattanoogastate.edu.



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