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Meet the CJR Ambassador Team for the 19/20 School Year!

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During their internship with the Center for Justice & Reconciliation, Ana Gates and Danielle Jorgensen are leading two teams of student ambassadors for the 2019/2020 school year.

Ana Gates

Ana is a junior marketing major with an interest in nonprofit administration. She is from Mission Viejo, CA and in her free time she enjoys surfing and playing beach volleyball. On campus, Ana is a media technician, chapel sound technician, and an ASB Cabinet member. She is super stoked to be a part of CJR and is looking forward to learning about ways to better protect people and the planet! 

Danielle Jorgensen

Danielle is a sophomore International Studies major with a heart for Fair Trade and others. She grew up in the Bay Area's Silicon Valley and spends her free time enjoying the beach or a good meal with friends and family. After graduation, she hopes to pursue an education and career in law to further advocate for ethical and sustainable practices.

Meet our 2019/2020 Ambassadors:


Gerardo De La Riva-Sanchez

  • Sophomore Criminal Justice major

Zachary Lyons

  • Freshman Psychology major

Emily Steinhouser

  • Freshman Christian Studies major

Lindsey Dishon

  • Freshman Social work/Business administration major

Megan Aberg

  • Sophomore International Peace Studies major

Jessica Buell

  • Freshman Pre-nursing major

Katrina Cloyes

  • Freshman MOCM major

Morgan Rego

  • Freshman Biblical Studies and Philosophy major

Dana Calhoun

  • Freshman Sociology major and minor in Non-Profit Management

Brianne Bachman

  • Junior Psychology major and minors in History & Marketing

Aspen Cook

  • Freshman Psychology major

Sophia Malak

  • Junior Elementary Education major

Erin O'Crowley

  • Sophomore Psychology major

Ella Osterweil

  • Sophomore International Development major

Deborah Jimenez

  • Sophomore International Peace Studies major

Kiersten Gihring

  • Sophomore International Development major