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Public Health Ambassadors

Spring 2024 Undergraduate Ambassadors

Check out the profiles for our awesome current undergraduate ambassadors. Explore the advice they think incoming students should know, the diverse health professions they hope to go into, the extracurriculars they are involved in, and why they fell in love with public health at the University of Arizona!

2023-2024 Public Health Ambassadors

  • Andrea Carmona 
  • Cristina Castellanos
  • Annette Chavez Save
  • Patrick Halvorsen
  • Morgan Houlihan
  • Vivian huynh
  • Katy Hurst
  • Jackqueline Larson
  • Sage Liu
  • Saranya Madira
  • Nadine Negrete
  • Yulianna Noriega
  • Sruthi Sudalaimuthu

View their profiles

Become an Ambassador

What is a MEZCOPH Student Ambassador?

To aid the University of Arizona Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health with outreach, recruitment, and retention, the Office of Student Services and Alumni Affairs (OSSAA) coordinates the Public Health Undergraduate Ambassador program. With a competitive application process, ambassadors proudly represent the College’s student perspective to prospective students and their families, the University of Arizona and Tucson communities, and other groups as called upon. College Ambassadors assist with recruitment activities including the following:

  • Meet with prospective and admitted students
  • Volunteer for AHSC-sponsored middle school and high school events
  • Outreach and presentations to campus clubs and organizations
  • Staff tabling events at various events on and off-campus
  • Serve on student panels for visit days
  • Lots of other fun outreach/recruitment activities

This is a great opportunity to share your unique MEZCOPH perspective, meet prospective students, gain leadership experience, and network with faculty, staff, and community members.

Ambassador Selection and Application

Applications are now closed for the 2024-2025 academic year. 

Want more information? Reach out to Anaiz Acosta (

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