Spring 2023 Ambassadors Announced
Spring 2023 Phillips Ambassadors
After a competitive application process, ten new Phillips Ambassadors were selected for Spring 2023 study abroad programs in Asia. The students will attend a unique seminar course with returning ambassadors before they leave, and again upon return from studying abroad. They will also attend several networking events and complete a self-designed Give Back project to share their experience with their hometown or campus community.
Ten Phillips Ambassadors will start classes abroad in Japan, Singapore, South Korea, Taiwan, and Thailand. We are excited to follow their journeys to Asia and back. The group photo was taken at the fall awards reception in November at The Carolina Inn where we celebrated our new ambassadors and returning ambassadors.
Pictured from left to right: Audrey Lin, Hannah Swanton, Erin Rogers, Caleb Green, Mason Wasik, Jonny Huang, Josh Manandhar, Marlene Trejo, Divya Patel, and Adithi Reddy
Mason Wasik of Raleigh is studying through Keio University in Japan. He is a communications major and entrepreneurship minor.
Audrey Lin of Charlotte is studying through the National University of Singapore. She is a business administration and economics double major, and a data science minor. Adithi Reddy of Appleton, Wisconsin, is studying through the National University of Singapore. She is a global studies and interdisciplinary studies double major, and a sustainability studies minor. Hannah Swanton of Greensboro is also studying through the National University of Singapore. She is a global studies and geography double major.
Caleb Green of Mooresville is studying through Yonsei University in South Korea. He is a biology major and Korean minor. Joshua Manandhar of Cary is studying through Yonsei University in South Korea. He is an economics and statistics double major, and a data science minor. Erin Rogers of Asheville is studying through Yonsei University in South Korea. She is a media and journalism and peace, war, and defense double major, and a public policy minor. Marlene Trejo of Hot Springs is also studying through Yonsei University in South Korea. She is a human development and family studies major.
Jonny Huang of Memphis, Tennessee, is studying through CET Taiwan. He is a computer science and economics double major, and a Chinese minor.
Divya Patel of Cary is studying through the Mahidol University International College in Thailand. She is a global studies and public policy double major, and a sustainability minor.