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Ambassadors

The Ferguson College of Agriculture Ambassadors are a group of students dedicated to enhancing the image of and interest in the agriculture and natural resources industries, the Ferguson College of Agriculture and Oklahoma State University. Our ambassadors serve the agricultural and natural resources industries and our college in a variety of capacities. These include:

  • Hosting functions to educate students about career and educational opportunities in the industry

  • Hosting prospective students on the OSU campus

  • Speaking on behalf of the Ferguson College of Agriculture to various groups

 


2021-2022 Ferguson College of Agriculture Ambassador Team

Faith Baxter

Dripping Springs, Texas

Agricultural Communications/Food Science

 

Landri Chaplin

Weatherford, Oklahoma

Agribusiness/Agricultural Communications

 

Sarah Curley

Mount Airy, Maryland

Agricultural Communications

 

Madelyn Gerken

Kingfisher, Oklahoma

Animal Science

 

Emily Gerstenkorn

Waco, Texas

Animal Science/Agricultural Communications

 

Hunter Gibson

Jenks, Oklahoma

Agricultural Communications/Agricultural Education

 

Ross Greiten

Midlothian, Texas

Agribusiness

 

Kyle Humphrey

Van Alstyne, Texas

Biosystems Engineering

 

Hannah Kay Kirby

Abilene, Texas

Agribusiness/Agricultural Communications

 

Anna Kitzerow

Cascade, Wisconsin

Animal Science/Agribusiness

Sophie Maino

San Luis Obispo, California

Agribusiness/Animal Science

 

Bobby Marchy

Ceres, California

Agricultural Communications

 

Hoyt Nebgen

Jacksboro, Texas

Agricultural Leadership/Food Science

 

Jack Palla

Clovis, New Mexico

Animal Science/Agribusiness

 

Elizabeth Perdue

Kingfisher, Oklahoma

Agribusiness/Agricultural Communications

 

Colby Perry

Prather, California

Animal Science

 

Traber Smithson

Enid, Oklahoma

Agribusiness

 

Emma Faye Sylvester

Overland Park, Kansas

Animal Science/Agribusiness

 

Sydney Vieira

Ripon, California

Agribusiness

 

Whitney Walker

Prairie Grove, Arkansas

Animal Science

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