The Public Safety Student Ambassador program was founded in 2019 to grow community relations and engagement between Public Safety officers and the students they serve, fostering dialogue and understanding between the groups as they help inform and shape the role of Public Safety in the LMU community.
Students participate in a variety of activities throughout the academic year, including monthly meetings with Public Safety leadership and staff. Ambassadors serve as the representative voice of their peers, sharing the issues they deem most important to the LMU community and broaching thoughtful conversations and solutions, to continually support positive relationships between officers and student body.
We are pleased to recognize our 2020-2021 student ambassadors!
|Alexander Salonga '23||El Espejo Mentoring Program, Han Tao, Ignatians, Isang Bansa, Christian Life Community|
|Benjamin Chen '22||AIMS Society, Delta Sigma Phi, Vietnamese Student Association, Ultimate Frisbee Club|
|Brion Dennis '22||ASLMU President-Elect 2021, Black Queer Space, Sursum Corda, and First to Go|
|Jack Palen '21||ASLMU President, Beta Theta Pi, InterFraternity Council, Honors Program, Model United Nations at LMU, Phi Delta Phi|
|Roman Flores '22||Honors Program, Men's Club Baseball, Residence Hall Association|
|Scarlett Manning '23||Disney Club, Empower HER, Orientation Leader/Peer Mentor for LMU Orientation Programs, Spanish Club, The Well, Teaching Assistant for the ORNT 1000/2000, McNair Scholar and Guardian Scholar, National Residence Hall Honorary, Residence Hall Association, Campus Ministry, Christian Life Community, Latinx Student Union|
|Simone Butler '22||Alpha Kappa Alpha Sorority, Inc. , Black Student Union, Sisters in Solidarity|