Peer Ambassadors are students who have enjoyed their courses and major so much that they volunteer for various events and have offered to share their experience with prospective students and families. If you are interested in being contacted by an envoy, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Hi, my name is Tiffany Crespo, and I am a Senior at George Mason University. I’m 21 years old, and I am from Richmond Virginia. I am the President of the School of Integrative Studies Peer Ambassadors. I am majoring in Integrative Studies with a concentration in Legal Studies and minoring in Childhood Studies. I was in the 3+3 program with the Antonin Scalia Law School, so I am very familiar with how the law application works and what the program entails. My goal is to become a Guardian Ad Litem in the family courts. Being a part of the School of Integrative Studies has made my college experience impactful. Being in discussion-based classes that were reading and writing intensive has not only prepared me for law school but has also helped me excel in ways I never believed I could. I love everything that SIS has done for me, and I have never regretted my decision about being a part of such a school .If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out! email@example.com
Hello, my name is Shannon Nachreiner. I am a sophomore, and I’m the vice president of the SIS Ambassadors. My major is Integrative Studies with a concentration in Social Science for Education. I love learning about history; I’m very patriotic. I have lived in Fairfax all my life, but GMU is like my home away from home. Though I commute to school, I’m also involved in the GMU Young Life club. I love working with people in the Integrative Studies program. Everyone is so welcoming and awesome in helping me plan for my future as a teacher. The main reason I love the Integrative Studies program is that it allows me to experience hands-on learning where I can easily connect with my professors and peers. The Integrative Studies program has definitely made me thankful for the opportunities I have at George Mason University. SISpeerambassadors@gmail.com
Hey guys! My name is Casey Comer and I am currently the Secretary for the SIS Peer Ambassadors. I am a sophomore here at George Mason University. My major is Integrative Studies with a concentration in Elementary Education. I am originally from Centreville, VA. Not only am I the secretary for SIS Peer Ambassadors, I am also on the executive board for Teachers of Tomorrow as the Student Involvement Liaison, as well as a member of the Alpha Lambda Delta Honor Society. I love to be involved on campus because the busier I am, the happier I am!
Hello, my name is Natalie Albers, I’m from Fredericksburg VA and I am a sophomore at George Mason University. I am the treasurer of School of Integrative Studies Peer Ambassadors. My concentration is in Elementary Education and plan on minoring in social work. I also plan on doing the BAM program to get my masters in elementary education. The classes are the perfect size for me, keeping them under 30. The professors are also very interested in their students and stay involved in our education. I am so glad to be a part of SIS because of the classes! If you have any questions, please feel free to reach out to me! firstname.lastname@example.org
Hello! I'm Lillie! I am a junior majoring in Integrative Studies with a Concentration in
Elementary Education and a minor in Early Childhood Education for Diverse Learners. I will be
applying for the B.A.M. program for Early Childhood Education shortly and I couldn't be more
excited for it! This is my second year as a Resident Advisor for freshman students and I am also
involved in the sorority Chi Omega (both of which I love so much). I encourage new students to
take advantage of being involved on campus because you can gain so much from doing so!
Hi! My name is Jennifer Godbolt. I am a freshman here at George Mason and I
am majoring in Integrative Studies with a concentration in legal studies and a minor in
Spanish. I’m from Richmond, Virginia originally and I came to George Mason to be
closer to Washington, D.C. and I stumbled upon the Integrative Studies program. I
graduated high school with an International Bachelorette diploma and I have found that
the discussion based style of Integrative Studies is very similar to the style of IB. I have
found that this style of learning not only adds to my educational experience but also to
my ability to be a well-rounded student!
My name is Sydney Hearst and I am a senior at GMU finishing up a degree in Integrative Studies
with a concentration in Advertising and minors in Nonprofit Management and Social Justice. I
am interested in animal & environmental welfare as well as human rights and have enjoyed
interning at several incredible nonprofits in the DC area. I'm happy to answer any questions that
current/prospective INTS students may have to help you take advantage of all of the
opportunities that the school has to offer.
My name is Kelsey Jones and I am a senior at George Mason University this year. I joined INTS my sophomore year of college and decided to pursue a concentration in Advertising. I absolutely love the School of Integrative Studies; students have so many options for classes and it is obvious that the professors and the advisors really want you to succeed. I think that students majoring in Integrative Studies have a deep understanding of their respective concentrations because of the collaborative and experiential elements associated with the major. I love feeling so prepared for my future and knowing that I have people within the INTS community who can help me move forward in my career.
Hey! My name is Fatme Khraibani, and I am currently an Honors College Freshman at
Geroge Mason. I am majoring in Integrative Studies with the concentration in Elementary
Education and my concentration is in Elementary Education. Along with my major, I am
minoring in Spanish. I, currently, am a tutor, and love to help others! I live in the area and
commute to school, but I spend a lot of my time here! Mason is great! I am very excited
to be here, and hope to share my excitement at Mason with you!