Student Ambassadors


The Jackson State University Development Foundation Women's Council of Philanthropy [the "Council"] was formed on May 15, 2007, as a supporting program of and unit within the Jackson State University Development Foundation. The purpose of the Council is to increase awareness of philanthropy as a force in shaping the future of the University, as well as sponsor innovative programs that attract and develop students through leadership, scholarship, and mentorship toward a lifelong commitment to improving the University and our society. The Council has selected the following scholarly JSU students to  mentor for the 2013-2014 academic year:

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Women's Council Ambassadors (2013-14)

Shemekia Arterberry
Senior communicative disorbers major from Jackson, Mississippi

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Arekia S. Bennett
Junior marketing major from Jackson, Mississippi

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Amber T. Brown
Junior marketing major from East St, Louis, Illinois

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Shontrice N. Garrett
Junior mathematics education major from East St. Louis, Illinois

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MaNisha Heard
Senior mass communications major from Bolton, Mississippi

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T'Erica Hudson
Senior criminal justice major from Chicago, Illinois

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Taylor K. Johnson
Junior mass communications major from Atlanta, Georgia

Natya Jones
Senior psychology major from Corona, California

Lianna Norris
Junior biology major from Grand Rapids, Michigan

Kachelle Pratcher
Senior mass communications major from Chicago, Illinois

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