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ATB Ambassadors

ATB Ambassadors collaborate to enhance the visibility of Arts Transcending Borders artists and programming among fellow students and the larger community. They are a group of enthusiastic and friendly Holy Cross students who have an interest in the arts that they want to share. In their roles as Ambassadors, these students gain hands-on experience in arts administration: from event planning and production, to interacting with guest artists on campus. Our Ambassadors truly are an essential part of our team.

2018-2019 Ambassadors

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Mickenzie Kamm '19 (Lead)

“I had no idea that Arts Administration was my dream until I started as an Ambassador. Working with the ATB family has opened my eyes to the future and has allowed me to grow into a professional.” Read more from Mickenzie 

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Ajah Ellis '21

"Art is central to culture, and without ATB, Holy Cross would not be the creative and welcoming community it is today! ...I love discussing art and learning new things, and this position gives me an opportunity to do both." Read more from Ajah

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Laura Garcia '19

"ATB has the ability to tie in global perspectives using art as its platform. As a society that can become divisive at times, a platform such as this one is essential in providing oppotunities for conversation..." Read more from Laura

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Meaghan Lanctot '21

"ATB is important for Holy Cross as it gives students access to not only incredible performances, but the ability to talk to real artists in person." Read more from Meaghan

2017-2018 Ambassadors

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Mickenzie Kamm '19 (Lead)

"Last year I witnessed how powerful art can be during the ATB event 'Home Within.' ...No words were spoken but yet such an important topic was being discussed through both visual art and music. I saw how art is a way to spark important conversation regarding major global issues." Read more from Mickenzie

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Ryan DeGraw '19

"The arts are applicable to every major, minor, and concentration. They possess a very unique ability to bring people from completely different backgrounds together to share an understanding of something magnificent." Read more from Ryan

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Katie Lovell '20

"ATB is important for Holy Cross students to experience because the programming exposes them to a different way to understand a concept. Through art, students may realize connections that they would not have through traditional forms, like a lecture..." Read more from Katie

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Edith Mensah Otabil '19

"I'm really excited to be an ATB Ambassador because I get to share my passion for arts with the Holy Cross community." Read more from Edith

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Graham Offermann '19

"Exposure to the arts is essential for any person, especially a college student, to develop a strong ability to handle, and understand, social and political differences. ATB presents that opportunity to the Holy Cross community." Read more from Graham

2016-2017 Ambassadors

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Mickenzie Kamm '19 (Lead)

"ATB has been a great way for me to get more in touch with my passion for the arts and to be more involved in the campus community." Read more from Mickenzie

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Margaret Goddard '19

"[I] act as the link between the artist and the audience. Each project had me thinking creatively about unique ways to promote and excite the community. Not only have I learned to problem solve, work in a team, create design content...and [also to] think deeply about what it really means to transcend borders." Read more from Margaret

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Maria Claudia Schubert-Fontes '19

"An an Ambassador, I have been able to see firsthand the ways art can more fully express the humanistic side of an issue. I find that the more I learn within my classes, the more I search for an artistic interpretation to further its meaning." Read more from Maria Claudia

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Lauren Wilson '19

"Most importantly [ATB] has shown me the real-world application of my coursework and that doing something you love can be so much fun." Read more from Lauren