Loyola University Chicago

School of Communication

SOC Ambassadors

School of Communication Student Ambassadors

The School of Communication Student Ambassadors, a select group dedicated to the positive promotion of Loyola University Chicago and specifically the School of Communication, are an essential component of SOC's public relations outreach.

The SOC Ambassadors are an important part of the success of our school and university community. Ambassadors serve as leaders to the school, as well as an important voice of our student body. Generally, Ambassadors attend School of Communication events to lend their talent and voice to ensure success. You'll find Ambassadors assisting with event logistics, promotion, and execution through the development of PR materials, encouraging fellow students to attend, emceeing, designing posters, social media outreach, etc. Students serve as a liaison to alumni and prospective students, relying on their knowledge and passion for the SOC to positively promote our school and programs.

Interested in attending Loyola's School of Communication? Find the Ambassador who best reflects your ideal college experience and e-mail them today!

Alissa Griffin

My name is Alissa Griffin, I am currently a sophomore broadcast journalism major and business minor. So far my time studying in the School of Communications has been enlightening, engaging, and exciting. I have learned more than I could have imagined, from how to create an effective blog to how to operate technology used for websites and broadcasts. I am involved in many extracurricular activities including writing for The Phoenix, being a member of my sorority, Alpha Sigma Alpha, working as an intern at Kids in Danger, and of course being a member of DSAC. All of these experiences have shaped my college experience thus far and I would highly encourage becoming involved in organizations similar to these.

I am still in the process of fully deciding my career goals. I have always wanted to go to law school and work in the family law field, but my interest in broadcast journalism has grown with the more classes I take. I have begun looking into jobs as a sports or newscaster as well as thought about law school. I am open to any and all questions about my experience with the SOC. My email address is agriffin2@luc.edu.

Colleen Kenney

My name is Colleen Kenney and I am a sophomore majoring in Communications, Advocacy and Social Change. In addition to being an ambassador, I am currently the Residence Hall Association President and a member of Beta Rho, NSCS, CCAI, the Hunger Week Team, and a student worker in the IT Department. I am from Homewood, IL and chose to study in the School of Communications at Loyola University because of the strength of the program, the challenging curriculum, the expertise of the faculty, and the endless opportunities that Chicago offers!

Patrice Pirpiris

Patrice V. Pirpiris is a Sophomore majoring in Communication Studies and minoring in International Business. Not only is she a Communications student, but she is an active member of the SOC Community. She is involved in the Beta Rho SOC Honors Society, SOC Dean's Student Advisory Committee, and the International Association of Business Communicators. In addition to her involvement with the School of Communication, Patrice is quite involved in the Loyola community. Patrice is a member of the social sorority, Chi Omega, she is the External Affairs Coordinator of the Resident Housing Association, and the Secretary of the Hellenic Student Association. She has spent her past two summers involved in Communications internships at McDonald's Corporate Headquarters and the Engel Consulting Group. If you are interested in contacting a female Communication Studies major who is enthusiastic about the school and the Loyola University Chicago community as a whole, you can e-mail her at: ppirpiris@luc.edu.

Ambassadors 2015-2016 InformationApplication

Thanks for your interest in joining the 2015-2016 School of Communication Ambassadors!

The SOC Ambassadors are an important part of the success of our school and university community. As an Ambassador, you serve as a leader to the school, as well as an important voice to our student body. Ambassadors represent the diversity of the SOC community, so we seek students that represent the different majors, interests, student organizations and backgrounds of our school.

Still interested? Take a moment to review the information letter and application (linked below). Applications are due to the Dean’s Office by Friday, September 11 at 5pm.
 
We look forward to hearing from you! If you have any questions, please contact someone on our current Ambassador Team:
 
Kat Murphy, Advisor
Colleen Kenney, Student Co-Chair
Alissa Griffin, Student Co-Chair
Patrice Pirpiris, Ambassador