Nicole Burgin graduated from Summer Creek High school (Class of 2012). She is attending LSC-Kingwood because it's close by, it's affordable, and it's a pretty awesome place. After earning her Associate's degree she is planning on transferring to the University of Houston to eventually double major in Theatre and History. She wants to become a high school teacher someday. Nicole is very excited to be an Ambassador this year and is looking forward to showing you around campus.
Justin Denton is a graduate from Atascocita High School (Class of 2011). A fan of art and culture, Justin aspires to become an artistic leader by starting his own video game company. He plans on transferring to A&M to pursue a degree in Business after completing his Video Game Programming Certification here at LSC-Kingwood. Justin loves making friends and meeting new people, especially ones that may share his sense of humor. Justin is a comedy enthusiast, and loves stand-up (he has even tried it out a few times).
Unyime Eyobio attended Atascocita High School (Class of 2009). Unyime is a fun and high spirited Ambassador. She chose LSC-Kingwood because she loves the small and friendly environment, the amazing people, and the accessible amenities. Unyime is currently working towards her Bachelor's degree in nursing and has high aspirations for the medical field. Why is Unyime an ambassador? She loves the amazing experience and success she has had at LSC-Kingwood and wants to encourage prospective and current students to pursue their dreams as well.
Nubia Forero attended Humble High School (Class of 2012). Nubia decided to come to Lone Star College-Kingwood to get her Associate's of Science, and plans to transfer to Texas A&M to major in veterinary medicine and minor in music. She is excited to be in the Ambassador program because she loves the new experience of college life and loves to meet new people. She is looking forward to the rest of the year!
Nick Johnson is originally from South Bend, Indiana and moved to Kingwood in 2008. He graduated high school (Class of 2012) after being named Mr. KHS in his senior year. Nick is attending LSC-Kingwood because he wants to get a good start in college and LSC-Kingwood was the way to go. He plans to transfer to the University of Houston to major in communication while continuing to be involved in student leadership. As a student Ambassador Nick is excited to meet new people, help others and take full advantage of all the opportunities that LSC-Kingwood has to offer.
Tuesday Kirby Kahl is a first year student who splits her time between the LSC-Kingwood campus and Atascocita Center. She is an intern with DigiSmiles Photography and LSC-TV as well as a nanny. She graduated from Atascocita High School (Class of 2012). She will be getting an Associates of Applied Science as well as a video production certificate at Lone Star College. She then hopes to work as a film or news producer while finishing up her Bachelors degree at either the University of North Texas or the University of Houston.
Muhammad Bilal Khan (aka 'B') graduated from Kingwood Park High School (Class of 2011). He was born in Karachi Pakistan on November 12, 1992. Bilal lived there for 7 years than moved to London for a year and then to Houston, TX. He loves to play and watch sports, especially basketball and football. He is bilingual, speaking English and Urdu. Someday Bilal hopes to reach his goal of becoming a lawyer. Bilal says, "I love to talk to people so don't be shy to approach me and say Hello!"
Ethan Lumus is a first year student at Lone Star College-Kingwood, and is also a first year Student Ambassador. He was born in Baytown, TX and currently lives in Cleveland, TX. Ethan graduated from Tarkington High School (Class of 2012). He has five sisters, two brothers, his favorite sport is volleyball, his favorite recording artist is Taylor Swift, and his lucky number is twenty two. He is currently a business major, and plans on attending law school after obtaining his Bachelor's Degree. Ethan joined the Ambassador program because he wants to be a helping hand to new students, and aid them in finding their place in the LSC-Kingwood community.
Crystalann (Marcie) McAnally was homeschooled all through high school and started at LSC-Kingwood her senior year as a duel-credit student. Since graduating she has continued her education at LSC-Kingwood and has also become highly involved in on-campus activities. She is currently working towards her Associates of Arts degree. After graduating from LSC-Kingwood she will transfer to Texas A&M to major in Kinesiology: Dance Science, and continue on to be a ballet teacher and hopefully open her own dance studio. Marcie is excited to be a Student Ambassador because she is a very social person and loves making new friends. Being involved on campus and representing the student body is an amazing opportunity for which she is extremely grateful.
Ironesha Nickens is a graduate of Summer Creek High school (Class of 2012). Ironesha worked hard over the summer earning seven credit hours here at LSC-Kingwood and volunteering at St. Luke's Episcopal Hospital located in the Medical Center. She is attending Lone Star College-Kingwood in order to earn an Associate's degree in applied science and plans to apply to nursing school at Texas A&M. Ironesha is extremely excited to be an ambassador because she loves to assist people, being a team player and working toward positive goals.
Nia Ramirez graduated from Splendora High School (Class of 2012). She is attending Lone Star College-Kingwood to get her Associate's Degree in Art. She then plans to transfer to a major university so she can pursue a Bachelor's Degree in Communications. In her spare time Nia enjoys helping others and being involved in school activities. She is excited to be an Ambassador for Lone Star College-Kingwood, because she would like to show visitors and incoming students that college is not something to be nervous about, it is something to be excited about. College is a new beginning to not just an education but to one's life.
Skyler Schroth attended both KHS and Kingwood Park (Class of 2012). Skyler is attending Lone Star College-Kingwood for a two year plan to get his AA then plans to transfer to a four year school. He is hoping to major in political science, and put his social skills to use as an ambassador for the country! When asked about his position as a Student Ambassador Skyler says, "I'm very excited to be in the Ambassador Program so that I can reach out to new students. I've been the 'new guy' more times than I'd like to remember, and I know that can be rough. I want to be a silly, yet positive influence on potential LSC-Kingwood students."
Ashley Silva attended Porter High school (Class of 2012). She was born on February 15,1994 in Harbor City, California. She moved to Texas at the age of eleven because her parents jobs. In high school she was involved in various activities including; choir, theater arts, Student Council, Fashion Design, Spanish Club and more. Outside of school she found time to volunteer as a teacher in her church. Now as a freshman in college Ashley has joined the Student Ambassador program in hopes of gaining better leadership skills.
Ashley Trejo graduated from Macarthur High School (Class of 2012). Since graduation Ashley swore into the National Guard. She decided to come to Lone Star College-Kingwood because she feels that financially it is better to get her 'basics' out the way before going off to basic training. After finishing two years at LSC-Kingwood, Ashley plans to transfer to a four year college. She is excited to be a Student Ambassador because she feels that it is a great way to get to know other students on campus and that it will teach her how to take responsibility and become a person that can be looked up to and trusted.