Baylor Ambassadors

Nik Fisher
Nik Fisher
President
Nikolas Fisher is the current Baylor Ambassadors President. He is a native of Kyle, Texas and is majoring in Political Science with a minor in History. Nikolas has a passion for public service and for the study of national security. In addition to his work with the Baylor Ambassadors, he also interns in Congressman Bill Flores' Waco Regional office, works as a Student Assistant in the Baylor Office of the President, and is active in his fraternity. After graduation he plans to enroll in graduate school and tackle national security and defense issues.
Lillian Gonzalez
Lillian Gonzalez
Internal Vice President
Lili is a political science student with minors in history and leadership studies. As an honors student, she is very involved on campus between peer mentoring, Baylor Ambassadors, and her sorority, Alpha Chi Omega. This past summer, Lili spent her second year as an organizer and group leader for a political conference in Denver. She currently serves as the Internal Vice President for Baylor Ambassadors, while also serving as her sorority's Vice President of Recruitment. Between classes and campus organizations, she interns for US Representative Bill Flores and works in Baylor University's Graduate Admissions office. This spring, Lili is excited to begin her term as her sorority's president, and to return to Denver in the summer.
John Ryan Isaacson
John Ryan Isaacson
External Vice Persident
John Ryan is from Lubbock, Texas. He is pursuing a major in International Studies, with a minor in German. A prelaw and Honors program student, he is invested in Baylor Ambassadors, Sigma Iota Rho, and Ampersand. He was a Bob Bullock Scholar in Austin during the Spring 2017 semester. After graduation, John Ryan plans to attend law school and pursue a career as a Foreign Service Officer for the U.S. State Department.
Yasanka Chalasani
Yasanka Chalasani
Secretary
Yasanka Chalasani is a Business Fellow majoring in Economics and Finance, with a minor in Biology. He is from Madison, Alabama and came to Baylor as a Baylor2Baylor Medical Track Scholar, which grants six students in each class provisional acceptance into Baylor College of Medicine. He currently serves as a financial analyst for the Philip M Dorr and Friends Endowment Fund, a student run $10 million portfolio that supports Baylor scholarships, and for the Baylor Angel Network, a student run investor network that funds early stage companies. He plans to practice as a physician, be an entrepreneur, and influence health policy.
Gabbi Mucerino
Gabbi Mucerino
Gabbi Mucerino is a Baylor Interdisciplinary Core (BIC) honors student majoring in Political Science. She is from Lakewood, Colorado and currently volunteers as a peer mentor, advising freshman students enrolled in the BIC. She also works as a Fan Engagement student employee, organizing marketing promotions and financial sponsorships for Baylor University’s NCAA Big XII Conference athletic program. She plans to graduate in May 2020 and continue to law school for a future in government relations.
Rebecca Voth
Rebecca Voth is a University Scholars major with concentrations in Political Science, International Studies, Spanish, and Philosophy. She is from Rowlett, Texas and came to Baylor as a Baylor2Baylor Law Scholar, which selects six students in each class to receive an undergraduate scholarship as well as scholarship and conditional acceptance to Baylor Law School. Always looking for something to do, Rebecca spends much of her time on campus competing with the Swim Club and Mock Trial team and giving tours to prospective students and guests. Rebecca is currently studying abroad in The Netherlands where she has had the opportunity to travel to over ten different countries in Europe. After graduation, Rebecca plans to attend law school with the goal of working in international human rights law in Latin America.
Diane Le
Diane Le
Diana Le is a Political Science major with a minor in Business Administration from Pearland, Texas. She is currently serving as Treasurer of one other organization at Baylor. Diana plans to graduate in December of 2017. She will be taking a gap year to prepare for her LSATs and law school applications while continuing her job at a local attorney's office. After law school, Diana looks forward to moving to Dallas to begin her law career there.
Adrian Ortiz
Adrian Ortiz
Adrian Ortiz will graduate in December 2017 with a B.S. in Economics with a minor in Environmental Science. He is from Kingsville, Texas and came to Baylor alongside his brother and former Baylor Ambassador, Andre Ortiz. Entering Baylor as a sophomore, Adrian completed 32 hours as a high school student through a dual-enrollment program at Texas A&M University-Kingsville. He currently serves a student worker of the Office of Government Relations and has also served as a student worker with Baylor University Development. On campus, he has been a member of Baylor Ambassadors since spring of 2015 and is also a member of the Baylor Driving Club. With the combination of Economics and Environmental Science, Adrian plans to continue his education by attending law school and aspires to develop a career in the ever-changing energy industry.
Ridley Holmes
Ridley Holmes is a Business Fellow majoring in Economics, Finance, and Political Science. He is from Waco, Texas, and attends Baylor University in hopes that he will grow in both faith and understanding in his years there. He represents his cohort as a student senator, his university as a Baylor Ambassador, and serves his student body through Baylor's AEI executive council. He is also a committed distance runner, competing in half marathons and marathons around the United States. After he attains his undergraduate degree, he is planning on pursuing a Master's in Economics and eventually a JD, in hopes of becoming a corporate lobbyist.
Palmer Brigham
Palmer Brigham
Palmer Brigham is a Professional Writing major from Augusta, Georgia. With communication at the core of her education, she has applied these skills in her roles as Student Government Press Secretary, a Baylor Experience and Admissions Representative and a chapter council member of Kappa Kappa Gamma, as well as a member of Baylor Ambassadors. During the summer of 2017, she represented Baylor as a Shepherd Scholar at the Shepherd Higher Education Consortium on Poverty. In this role, she was paired with a community in an at-risk area, confronting systematic issues of poverty by taking public transportation and living on a poverty stipend while interning with a local nonprofit. She plans to use her skills and experiences to influence education policy to limit the effects of the poverty cycle through collaboration between government, nonprofits and the philanthropic arm of businesses.
Austin Dobbs
Austin Dobbs is studying Political Science and Philosophy graduating in May with a Bachelor of Arts. He is from the small east Texas town of Quitman and has seized the opportunity to join several organizations on campus. As the Co-President for Student Foundation, Program Coordinator with the Baylor Activities Council, Associate Justice of the Student Court, and Student Representative for the All-University Committee of Student Life and Services, Austin actively seeks new opportunities to engage and serve his peers. Upon graduation, he will begin his term of service as an Air Force Intelligence Officer having completed the ROTC curriculum as an undergraduate at Baylor University.
Aimee Solheim
Aimee Solheim is a Business Fellow majoring in Economics, Finance, and Spanish with a minor in Mathematics. She is from West Bend, Wisconsin and is also in the Baylor Honors College. She currently works as a student tutor in the Success Center where she tutors Calculus I and II, Financial Accounting, and Spanish courses. She plans to attend law school and later influence higher education policy.
Cassidy Story
Cassidy Story
Cassidy Story is a senior from Kerrville, Texas studying sociology with a minor in political science. A Pre-Law Honors student, Cassidy is a member of Ampersand Society and Pre-Law Ambassadors. She is also the founder of Sociology of Undergraduate Lives. Cassidy served as a Shepherd Scholar while interning at the Public Defender Service in Washington D.C.. She currently works as a staffer for Texas State Rep. Kyle Kacal following her internship with his office as a Bob Bullock Scholar during the 85th Legislative session. After graduation, Cassidy plans to earn her J.D. and M.A. in Public Policy in order to pursue a political career dealing with civil rights and racial discrimination within the U.S. criminal justice system.
Claire Crites
Claire Crites is a pre-law University Scholars major concentrating in history, international studies, and great texts within the Honors College. She is from Trabuco Canyon, California and spent this past summer interning with her city council. Passionate about public service Claire started a weekly tutoring program to help prepare local immigrants for the U.S. Citizenship test, which has led her to be interested in constitutional and immigration law. She is also a member of Alpha Lambda Delta and Kappa Alpha Theta.
Candance Woolverton
Candance Woolverton
Candace Woolverton is a Baylor Interdisciplinary BIC student majoring in History with a minor in Leadership Studies. She is from Midlothian, Texas, a small town south of Dallas. After graduation, she plans to earn her Master's in Higher Education and Student Affairs in order to pursue a career in Student Affairs to help students throughout their college journey. In addition to being a Baylor Ambassador, Candace also serves as the BIC Leadership Council President and as a BIC Mentor.
Grant Wilkie
Grant Wilkie is a junior at Baylor University, currently studying Political Science and History on a Pre-Law track within the Baylor Interdisciplinary Core. Through his involvement in Student Government, Kappa Omega Tau, Baylor Ambassadors, and Moot Court, he has discovered a dualistic love for higher education and public service. He is involved with multiple public policy efforts on Baylor's campus, holding a spot on the American Enterprise Institute's Executive Council and serving as the Director of Policy for Baylor Student Government. After graduation, Grant plans on attending graduate school to study Education Policy, and in the meantime has consistently advocated on Baylor's behalf for affordable education, Title IX concerns, and religious liberty.
Caroline Carothers
Caroline Carothers
Caroline Carothers is Business Management major with an emphasis in Education. She is originally from San Antonio, but just returned from touring the state and speaking before 100,000 people as Miss Texas 2016. She is also one of four Golden Girl Feature Twirlers with the band, along with being a member of Chi Omega, and Sweetheart for the Pi Kappa Phi Fraternity. She plans on using her business degree, Miss Texas experience, and love for education to make an impact on Texas Education as a teacher and beyond the classroom.
Ryder McCool
Ryder McCool
Ryder is a senior political science major and a business administration minor from San Antonio, Texas. He has been involved with Baylor Ambassadors since the Spring of 2016. He has also served as the president of Alpha Tau Omega, External Vice President of the Inter-Fraternity Council, and a student senator. His hobbies include Golf, Tennis, and playing with his cats. He intends on attending law school after graduation.
Sakina Haji
Sakina Haji
Sakina is a senior Economics and Philosophy major. After graduating in May, she plans to attend law school. In her spare time, she likes to plan her future traveling adventures, walk the trails in Cameron Park, read anything, and find delicious local eateries in Waco.
Ezra Zepeda
Ezra Zepeda
Ezra Zepeda is an accounting student from Dallas, TX. At the completion of his undergraduate studies, he will pursue a Masters of Accountancy and sit for the CPA Exam. He has been a Baylor Ambassador for two years and has served his church and his fraternity for three and a half years. His hobbies include: watching movies, football, and going fishing.