Local students to serve as ambassadors
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Whitney Weiser and Emily Knight of Jacksonville, Kelly Martin of Piedmont and Marlo Thomas of Anniston will represent Jacksonville State University as 2013-2014 Ambassadors.  

JSU’s Ambassadors are among the highest-performing students and serve as official representatives of the university. Ambassadors are seen at presidential functions, board of trustees meetings and Preview Days. They also travel with the university’s admissions counselors to area high schools to provide a first-hand student perspective on life at JSU. The 2013-2014 Ambassadors were introduced in May at a reception at the president’s home. 

JSU Ambassadors, which began as a group of 15 students more than a decade ago, is now 26 students strong. The group is led this year by Ambassador Administrators Christopher Moon, a junior majoring in social work from Sylacauga and Whitney Weiser, a senior majoring in exercise science from Jacksonville.

Other JSU Ambassadors include:

• Stephanie Alcott, Steger, Ill.

• Cody Beck, Sand Rock

• Tyler Brown, Beulah

• Alex Christensen, Marietta, Ga.

• Taylor Clabo, Pigeon Forge, Tenn.

• Diamond Ford, Birmingham

• Jennifer Gardiner, Cullman

• Keaton Glass, Leeds

• Kayla Haynes, Ringgold, Ga.

• Kedrick Holder, Birmingham

• Darius Hunter, Homewood

• Dylan Kelley, Sardis

• Emily Knight, Jacksonville

• Kelly Martin, Piedmont

• Lauren McClendon, Rainbow City

• Danleigh McDaniel, Alabaster

• Eric McIntyre, Glencoe

• Aaron Perkins, Atlanta

• Hailey Scott, Boaz

• Keri Jo Shaw, Harpersville

• Scarlett Shine, Phenix City

• Alex Smith, Clay

• Price Sparks, Eclectic

• Marlo Thomas, Anniston
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