College of Applied Studies Ambassadors are a group of high-achieving student volunteers who support the vision and goals of the College of Applied Studies through outreach, recruitment, and retention efforts.

CAS Ambassadors act as hosts to prospective CAS students during various on-campus recruitment events, and meet with prospective students/families at off-campus activities where they share their knowledge and passion for Wichita State and the College of Applied Studies. CAS Ambassadors also aid other organizations in the College of Applied Studies in execution of events that promote the retention of current CAS students.

Benefits of being a CAS Ambassador include: 

  • Serve as a representative for the College of Applied Studies
  • Share your love of Wichita State and the College of Applied Studies with prospective students and their families
  • Participate in on and off-campus recruitment and retention events
  • Influence prospective students' college decision
  • Develop your public speaking skills

Meet the CAS Ambassadors

Christian Ammerman
Valley Center, KS
Secondary English-Language Arts Education

Eduardo Avila
Liberal, KS
Secondary History Education

Gina Brown
Rosalia, KS
Elementary Education

Madison Bruun
Wichita, KS
Secondary Math Education
Victoria Crooks
St. Joseph, MO
Athletic Training

Charles Fowler
Centennial, CO
Sport Management

Taylin Fox
Wichita, KS
Sport Management

Danielle Harman
Chanute, KS
Secondary English Education


Haven Massey
Valley Center, KS
Secondary English Education


Trinity McDonald
Pratt, KS
Elementary Education

Alyssa McNany
Wichita, KS
Athletic Training

Adrianna Mead
Topeka, KS
Middle Level Math Education

Aaron Miller
Great Bend, KS
Secondary English-Language Arts Education

Juan Ocon
Hutchinson, KS
Secondary Earth & Space Science Education

Payton Paramore
Haven, KS
Athletic Training


Karson Ross
Haviland, KS
Exercise Science

Lucy Schneider
Caldwell, KS
PreK-12 Physical Education
Sydney Strogh
Piedmont, OK
Exercise Science

Morgan Upton
Tulsa, OK
Exercise Science