Ag Ambassadors

Auburn University, Ag Ambassadors, Student group photo in Jordan-Hare Stadium, 2021

The Ag Ambassadors at Auburn University are students committed to representing the College of Agriculture, Auburn University, and the industry of agriculture. They strive to develop the public’s awareness of the College of Agriculture and recruit students to join the Auburn family.

Students interested in becoming an Ag Ambassador must be enrolled in the College of Agriculture, Biosystems Engineering, or Agriscience Education, have been at Auburn University at least one semester before annual spring application, and have a 3.0 recommended, minimum 2.75, Auburn GPA. Applications are usually emailed to students in the spring; however, any interested students can inquire about applications. An interest meeting typically occurs in the Fall semester for students interested in joining.

As part of the selection process, students must submit the Ag Ambassador application, which includes letters of recommendation as well as student background and interest essay. Selected applicants will then present a 3–5-minute presentation on why they chose to attend the College of Agriculture, or why they selected their major. The presentation is followed by a question-and-answer session before a panel of faculty and ambassadors.

If selected, Ag Ambassadors must attend all meetings and represent the College of Agriculture at War Eagle Days, TALONS Days, Ag Roundup, Dean’s Society Tailgates and other related events. For more information contact an Ag Ambassador advisor below:

Officers

Abigail Grigson, President, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL, student, 2021

President

Abigail Grigson

Hunter Robinson, Vice President, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL, Student, 2021

Vice President

Hunter Robinson

Bethanie Hartzog Secretary, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Secretary

Bethanie Hartzog

Johnathan Hampton, Treasurer, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Treasurer

Johnathan Hampton

Savannah Oglesby, Education Chair, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Education Chair

Savannah Oglesby

Jasey Black, Public Relations Chair, Auburn Ag Ambassadors,AL Student, 2021

Public Relations Chair

Jasey Black

Drew Sands, Social Chair, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Social Chair

Drew Sands

Team Members

Julia Bush, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Julia Bush

Luker Davidson, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Luker Davidson

Madison Dees, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Madison Dees

Collin Dorril, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Collin Dorril

Harrison Estes,  Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Harrison Estes

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Charley Golden

Louie Harris, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Louie Harris

Melanie Hill, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Melanie Hill

Abigail Lane, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Abigail Lane

Kate McIndoo, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Kate McIndoo

Ka'Shiya McKinney, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Ka’Shiya McKinney

Jay Moore, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Jay Moore

John Mumber, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

John Mumber

Emma Stough, Auburn Ag Ambassadors, AL Student, 2021

Emma Stough

Advisors

CONTACT

Brandon Justice(334) 844-8900
Student Recruiting, Administrator, AU College of Agriculture, Student Services

Amy Wright, (334) 844-3254
Associate Dean for Instruction & Professor

Doston Nichols, (334) 844-2392
Graduate Student

Dr. Mykel Taylor, (334) 844-4800
Faculty Advisor

Max Runge, (334) 844-5603
Faculty Advisor

 

How to Join

  • The Ag Ambassadors at Auburn University are students committed to representing the College of Agriculture, Auburn University, and the industry of agriculture. They strive to develop the public’s awareness of the College of Agriculture and recruit students to join the Auburn family.
  • Students interested in becoming an Ag Ambassador, must have been at Auburn University at least one semester before annual Spring application and have a 3.0 recommended, minimum 2.75, Auburn GPA. Applications are usually emailed to students in the spring; however, any interested students can inquire about applications.
  • As part of the selection process, students must submit the Ag Ambassador application, which includes letters of recommendation as well as student background and interest essay. Selected applicants will then present a 5-10 minute presentation on the College of Agriculture, Auburn University, and the Alabama Extension System followed by a question and answer session before a panel of faculty and ambassadors.
  • If selected, Ag Ambassadors must attend all meetings and represent the College of Agriculture at War Eagle Days, TALONS Days, Ag Roundup, College Tailgates and other related events.

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