Graduating Student Ambassadors Look Forward to Bright Futures

December 19th, 2022

Congratulations to the College of Humanities graduating Student Ambassadors for Winter 2022: Alia Bushaw, Madison Doser and Ana Lucia Verduzco, all of whom are first-generation college graduates!


Bushaw earned her degree with a double major in Classics and Religious Studies. She plans on attending graduate school for Sports and Entertainment management and will continue working as a Production Operator for Sportradar U.S. She was a College of Humanities Student Ambassador for three years.


Doser graduated with a degree in Applied Humanities: Public Health emphasis and Law. She was named the College’s Outstanding Senior and also received the University’s Centennial Achievement Undergraduate Award. She plans to attend law school and focus on civil rights and healthcare, with the ultimate goal of improving the well-being of women and children. She was a Student Ambassador for two years.


Verduzco graduated with a triple major in French, Global Studies and Political Science. She will be working with a D.C. based non-profit, the Washington Office on Latin America, as a program assistant for their Mexico and Migration and Border Security programs. She was a Student Ambassador for three years.