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President's Emissaries

Meet our campus emissaries.

The President’s Emissaries are some of our best and brightest students and represent the president at various events on campus.

What We Do

The emissaries interact with various groups, including administrators, alumni, donors, trustees, community leaders and dignitaries who visit campus. Duties include hosting dinners, assisting with meetings and conducting campus tours for trustees and other dignitaries. Emissaries are also for field trips and awards relating to their position.

Who Can Join

Membership is open to sophomores, juniors and seniors with a demonstrated record of academic success (minimum GPA of 2.5) and a willingness to commit to a one-year term of service. Students can reapply each year for membership. Because emissaries represent the Office of the President, they are expected to exhibit poise and professionalism. With this in mind, orientation and professional business training is provided to all new members. As a part of the application process, we will conduct an academic and character review for each candidate.

If you’re interested in an activity that will provide you with training, networking opportunities and an opportunity to learn outside of the classroom, becoming a president’s emissary could be the best fit for you.

Download the application (.docx) >> (deadline is Feb. 6, 2023)


If you have questions, please contact the Office of the President at 937-229-4122 or

Emissary Peer Executives

Joseph Boateng, Health Science
Jessica Garvin, Pre-medicine
Laura Wilker, Chemical Engineering


Isabella Abreu, Entrepreneurship & Finance
Eunice Anomakoh, Health Sciences
Amanda Bursch, Music Therapy
Khalia Callahan, International Business
Bryan De La Cruz, Finance
Emma Eifert, Chemical Engineering
Grant Eifert, Mechanical Engineering
Anneliese Fisher, Biochemistry
Eric Fisk, Finance & Entrepreneurship
Sofia Garcia, Political Science
Jessica Garvin, Pre-medicine
Kathleen Gawelek, Mechanical Engineering
Havana Glover, Political Science
Adrienne Kelly, Psychology
Arabella Loera, Criminal Justice Studies
Jacob Mantle, Communication
Mary Claire Mikolay, Computer Engineering
Daniel Montgomery, Economics & Finance
Tyler Mordarski, Communications Management
Richard Morisette, Political Science
Emily Parker, Communication
Arianna Pearson, Sports Management
Molly Potter, Early Childhood Education
Karla Robillard, Applied Mathematical Economics
Greta Schoettmer, Pre-Medicine
Anastasia Stowers, Political Science & Criminal Justice
Caroline Sullivan, Communication
Benjamin Thomas, Civil Engineering
Mei-Lin Williams, Communication
Frederick Willits, Biochemistry


Office of the President

St. Mary's Hall
300 College Park
Dayton, Ohio 45469 - 1624