Members of Coastal Carolina
University's Student Alumni
Ambassadors (SAA) were recognized for their achievements at the annual
regional SAA conference held recently in Jacksonville, Fla.
The conference, which was attended by more than 600 students from
50 colleges and universities, offered a variety of student-led
leadership sessions. Coastal's 15-member SAA group presented a session
on successful fund-raising which was recognized as one of the top 10
sessions at the conference.
Coastal's Allison Joslyn, a junior from Garden City, R.I., was
recognized as the "Fund-raiser of the Year" at the conference by Campus
Fund Raisers, Inc. Joslyn coordinates all SAA student fund-raising
efforts on Coastal's campus.
The newest members of Coastal's SAA are: Kristi Brothers, a junior
from Maumee, Ohio; Kyle Green, a freshman from Westminster, Md.;
William McDowel, a sophomore from Conway, S.C.; Brian Nunez, a
sophomore from Claredon Hills, Ill.; Brandy Phillips, a sophomore from
Conway, S.C; Kelly Ann Smith, a senior from Pine Island, N.Y.; Heather
Vukelic, a sophomore from Toronto, Ohio; Michelle Ward, a sophomore
from Trenton, N.J.; David Woodley, a senior from Myrtle Beach, S.C.;
and Lindsy Yarger, a junior from West Point, Neb.
Conference participants included student alumni ambassadors groups
from SAA District III states Alabama, Florida, Georgia, Kentucky,
Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Tennessee and Virginia.
Coastal's SAA was founded in 1996. Members serve as liaisons
between students and the administration.
SAA is a division of the Council for the Advancement and Support
of Education (CASE), a national organization of colleges and
universities based in Washington, D.C.
For more information, call Coastal's Office of University
Advancement at 349-2056.