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About the Program

ZSR Library Ambassadors is a student program that aims to create a fun, professional experience for students. The program enables students to develop their identity within a group and gain diverse professional skills.

ZSR Ambassadors not only promote the library’s mission and engage with fellow students, but they are ZSR advocates, reporting student needs to library administrators.

Meet the 2014-2015 ZSR Ambassadors

  • Koren Hardy

    Koren Hardy

    Sophomore from Dobson, North Carolina. Academic Interest: History.

    I love the library and the services it provides the students. As a part of the Ambassadors, I want to become a part of the library that is so important in my life and the lives of all Wake Forest students.

  • Lauren Formica

    Lauren Formica

    Sophomore from Atlanta, GA. Academic Interest: Economics.

    ZSR is an integral part of Wake Forest and I wanted to be part of new group of students that supports all that ZSR does.

  • Michael Cydylo

    Michael Cydylo

    First Year from Trumbull, CT. Academic Interest: Spanish with a pre-health track.

    I want to help spark the change I wish to see in Wake Forest these next 4 years!

  • Natalie McKinney

    Natalie McKinney

    Sophomore from Gastonia, NC. Academic Interest: Sociology.

    The Ambassadors program provides an awesome opportunity to get involved with my peers and help create new traditions to make our time at Wake even more memorable!

  • Megan Franks

    Megan Franks

    Junior from Kernersville, NC. Academic Interest: Psychology.

    I absolutely love the library and I am excited to help it flourish!

  • Katie Cavanaugh

    Katie Cavanaugh

    Sophomore from Cape Elizabeth, Maine (originally from Durham, NC). Academic Interest: Psychology and Spanish. Ambassadors Secretary.

    I want students to become more aware of all the resources ZSR has to offer. There is so much more here than a Starbucks and a place to study!

  • Madison Cairo

    Madison Cairo

    Junior from Statesville, NC. Academic Interest: Biochemistry, Biology, and Classics. Ambassadors Vice President.

    I love the ZSR and wanted to help generate more events for the Wake Forest community.

  • Heidi Gall

    Heidi Gall

    Junior from Kingsport, TN. Academic Interest: English and Psychology. Ambassadors President.

    The ZSR can be such a resource for students, but would benefit from increased communication between the student body and the staff. The program addresses that need, and I believe it will enhance not only the academic experience of Wake Forest students, but the social and cultural experiences as well.

  • Ania Kirollos

    Ania Kirollos

    Junior from Saranac Lake, New York. Academic Interest: Biology.

    The library is a very important place for me when it comes to studying, which is why I want to get to know more about it, and help to improve it!

  • Justice Von Maur

    Von Maur

    First Year from Nassau, Bahamas. Academic Interest: History.

    I am thrilled to be a ZSR Ambassador and look forward to contributing original and innovative ideas to Wake’s most popular work space.

  • Isabella Basco

    Isabella Basco

    Sophomore from Memphis, Tennessee. Academic Interest: Communications and Spanish. Vice President pro-tem.

    Overall, the ZSR is the center of our academic experience at WFU, and I wanted to be part of this amazing group of ambassadors!

  • Phillip Weinstein

    Phillip Weinstein

    Sophomore from Roslyn, NY. Academic Interest: Russian. President pro-tem.

    I enjoy the ability to meet people of similar interests through the many open space study areas we have!

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