Who are the ISP Ambassadors?
The ambassadors are five friendly, accomplished and experienced ISP students who will welcome you to our program in the beginning of the semester and continue to support you throughout. The ambassadors’ mission is to help new students feel at home in ISP, familiarize them with our teaching style and help strengthen our community. For that purpose, the ambassadors organize a welcome lunch and different Community Hour events and workshops during the semester.
My name is Cami Achury. I am a junior at John Jay majoring in Deviance, Crime, and Culture with a minor in Interdisciplinary Studies and a Certificate in Dispute Resolution. Taking an ISP course was the best decision I could've made. ISP allows me to open myself to different perspectives and connect with others. Being involved during classes continues to allow me to understand others and find a solution to an issue with a new perspective to different backgrounds. My goal as an ISP Ambassador is to help students understand the benefit of ISP and how it will positively impact them in the future. I hope I am able to encourage students to continue ISP throughout their academic journey at John Jay.
My name is Emily Chavez. I am majoring in Political Science at John Jay. I was a freshman during the start of the COVID-19 pandemic, which created challenges for me in the first semester. However, I was able to overcome them with the overwhelming support of the ISP department and ISP ambassadors. Now joining them as a new addition to the team, I have the opportunity to support other students. Although this is my second year at John Jay, I feel confident in pursuing my future career in being a Lawyer with the support of the ISP community.
Hello! My name is Farzanna Ally. I am a junior at John Jay majoring in Fraud Examination & Financial Forensics with a minor in Interdisciplinary Studies. I took my first ISP class at the start of my freshman year and had no idea what I was getting myself into. But ISP grew on me. Beginning college is hectic, so being an ISP ambassador is important to me. My job as an ambassador is to always be there to support you and guide you. Everyone in ISP has always been so helpful even when my worries or questions had nothing to do with ISP. I hope to meet you all soon.
My name is Adonis Pippis, I am majoring in Forensic. Psychology with a minor in Interdisciplinary Studies and Art. The ISP program gives me the freedom to express myself through creative projects and allows me to express my opinions without judgment. It has helped me become more of a well-rounded person when thinking about the world around me. ISP allows critical thinking that challenges pre-existing perceptions and teaches me the public speaking skills I'll need for my future career. More than anything, the program has made it easy for me to make new friends. As an ISP ambassador, I aim to welcome all those who need a sense of community in college and to help people feel more comfortable at John Jay.
I'm Judith Boza! I am majoring in Law & Society with a minor in Interdisciplinary Studies at John Jay College. I moved to New York City in August 2022, and since then, I have gotten involved in some great programs and clubs at John Jay, like Mock Trial, Legally Conscious, and, of course, ISP! Being an out-of-state student, ISP has been a lifesaver, making my transition from South Florida to the city a breeze. Through ISP, I've met some incredible students and professors who've made my first year here fantastic. Now, as an ambassador, I can't wait to lend a hand to fellow out-of-state students who share my passion for law and advocacy. I am genuinely proud of all that ISP stands for, and I hope to be a solid support system for my peers in the program as we continue to expand and elevate the program together.
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