Our Student Ambassadors


(Pictured left to right) Back row: Hudson Honeywell, Julian Oliver (Coordinator), Brandon Dye

Fourth Row: Stella Cox, Diamond Alexander

Third Row: Jaylah Goodson, Madison Hogans, Hayleigh Hallam

Second Row: Lucy Chae, Madison Wright, Mary Beth McCullough

Front Row: Missy Montino, Anna Paige Wilson, Clare King


Who are we?

The Office of Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity began this exciting program in 2016 for students who aspire to assist with the Office’s initiatives. Our Ambassadors are student who are committed to learning about the the importance of diversity, equity, and inclusion, and are willing to promote and encourage other students in the Auburn community to work towards becoming more multiculturally competent.
By participating in this program, students agree to attend weekly meetings, attend trainings, workshops, and campus events to increase their knowledge, awareness, and skills regarding diversity on Auburn's campus. This program is designed to create opportunities for students to actively engage in activities to advance diversity and inclusion. The program provides avenues for selected students to facilitate discussions, provide peer diversity training and host diversity related programming such as our Coffee Talks and Diversity Movie Nights.


The Student Ambassadors for the Office of Inclusion, Equity and Diversity within the College of Sciences and Mathematics believe that true innovation results when individuals of different races, ethnicities, genders, abilities, status, nationalities, religious affiliations, sexual orientations, and socioeconomic backgrounds collectively work together to solve problems. We create an environment where everyone’s differences are not only acknowledged but celebrated under the belief that we are all unique and have something to contribute. Through the continuous improvement of diverse representation at all levels and the creation of an inclusive environment that fosters intellectual creativity, our Ambassadors are committed to promoting peer-to-peer engagement through various events to increase awareness of social injustices. We understand and seek to diminish inequities on Auburn’s Campus in the STEM fields to help individuals grow both intellectually and personally through meaningful diverse experiences.




COSAM OIED Student Ambassadors seek to bring awareness to OIED services and programs; encourage interest in STEM fields in students from all backgrounds grades k-12; and promote an inclusive environment for all students. Through these actions, the ultimate mission of Ambassadors is to function as liaisons, collaborators, and representatives of OIED and the diverse COSAM student populace. As such, Ambassadors is a link between the Office, Auburn students, grade school students, and also an extension of the COSAM OIED mission.



Apply to be a Student Ambassador here!


Introducing Our Student Ambassadors



diamond.jpegDiamond Alexander

Standing: Senior

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Medical Concentration

Email: daa0015@auburn.edu 

"... in diversity there is beauty and there is strength." - Maya Angelou



lucy.jpegLucy Chae 

Standing: Junior

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Pharmacy Concentration

Email: jzc0160@auburn.edu 

"It is so important to share dissimilarity and cooperate to improve the common goal."



stella.jpegStella Cox 

Standing: Sophomore

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Dentistry Concentration

Email: scc0070@auburn.edu 

"Strength lies in differences, not similarities." - Stephen Covey



brandon.jpegBrandon Dye 

Standing: Sophomore

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Medical Concentration, Political Science Minor

Email: bad0044@auburn.edu 

"Diversity is having a seat at the table, inclusion is having a voice, and belonging is having that voice be heard." - Amanda L. Bonilla



jaylah.jpegJaylah Goodson 

Standing: Senior

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Medical Concentration

Email: jsg0035@auburn.edu 

"Diversity is being invited to the party. Inclusion is being asked to dance." - Verna Myers



hayleigh.jpgHayleigh Hallam 

Standing: Senior

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Pharmacy Concentration

Email: hhh0010@auburn.edu  

"As a source of exchange, innovation and creativity, cultural diversity is as necessary for humankind as biodiversity is for nature." - UNESCO



madison_hogans.jpegMadison Hogans

Standing: Junior

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Medical Concentration

Email: mdh0081@auburn.edu 

"Life without diversity is like a puzzle missing pieces. No matter how you look at it, it will never be the picture it was intended to be."



hudson.jpegHudson Honeywell

Standing: Senior

Major: Biomedical Sciences

Email: hdh0015@auburn.edu 

"Our differences are what make us who we are, and if we unite through our differences, then we can achieve far more than we could on our own. It takes different perspectives for growth to occur even though that growing can be painful. For society to thrive at its highest potential, inclusion and diversity are absolutely necessary" 



clare.jpegClare King 

Standing: Junior

Major: Chemistry/Biochemistry

Email: chk0013@auburn.edu  

"Diversity in the world is a basic characteristic of human society, and also the key condition for a lively and dynamic world as we see today." - Jinato Hu



mary_beth.jpegMary Beth McCullough

Standing: Junior

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Medical Concentration

Email: mem0216@auburn.edu 

"We are all different, which is great because we are all unique."

"Without diversity, life would be very boring." - Catherine Pulsifer



missy.jpegMissy Montino 

Standing: Junior

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Pharmacy Concentration

Email: mcm0134@auburn.edu 

 "Diversity and inclusion are about giving value to every human being, no matter our differences." -Author Unknown


anna_paige.jpegAnna Paige Wilson 

Standing: Senior

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Pharmacy Concentration

Email: apw0031@auburn.edu 

"Diversity exposes us to ideas that expand our horizons and challenge us to see things in a whole new light. Without diversity in our learning environments, the world can seem a lot smaller."



madison_wright.jpegMadison Wright 

Standing: Sophomore

Major: Biomedical Sciences, Pre-Pharmacy Concentration

Email: mrw0078@auburn.edu 

"You see, our glorious diversity – our diversity of faiths, and colors and creeds - that is not a threat to who we are, it makes us who we are.” - Michelle Obama