Morgan Albert, a sophomore, criminal justice major from Philadelphia, was thrilled when she received a request from Neumann University’s President Dr. Rosalie Mirenda to apply for a presidential ambassador position.
Neumann University Presidential Ambassadors are students who are selected and invited to represent the University in a variety of venues and events, usually hosted by the President.
The ambassadors are successful students, both academically and in relationship to Neumann University’s values . . . respect, integrity, service to others, excellence, and stewardship.The ambassadors are model University students who strive to encourage among their colleagues the value of a lifelong relationship with the University and the importance of nurturing relationships with others for themselves and for the University.
“I wanted to become a presidential ambassador because Neumann University is a good school, and I thought it would be an honor to represent the school,” said Morgan.