About the Presidential Ambassadors
Founded in 2013, the Northeastern University Presidential Ambassador Corps represents the Office of the President at designated events and related university activities. Members of this group are highly-skilled and experienced student leaders. Through planned interactions with university constituents, Presidential Ambassadors advance public understanding of the university and our students’ role in its growth and success. By sharing the story of their unique Northeastern University experiences, Presidential Ambassadors validate the philanthropic contributions of donors, alumni, friends, faculty, staff, and the student body.
What does a Presidential Ambassador do?
Represent Northeastern University at special events on and off campus.
Engage with alumni, donors and friends of the university about student life and academic experiences.
Network with distinguished university constituents and community leaders.
One reason why people come to Northeastern is for the opportunities to get active and get involved. For Adam Dolce it was the Beta Theta Pi fraternity and the United Nations Association. For Jessica Jha, it was Pitch, Please!, the female-identifying a capella group. And for Jack Dalton, it was meeting others who shared a strong interest in public health.