Meet the Ambassadors
Curt Allen Carroll School of Management ‘20
Curt is from Hardwick, MA. He is currently a sophomore in the Carroll School of Management. He has not declared a concentration, but is interested in finance and accounting. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Curt works in the CSOM Dean’s office and enjoys playing on the Boston College Men’s Ultimate Frisbee team. Last year he participated in the Freshmen League. This summer he interned at the Worcester County District Attorney’s Office and worked alongside Professor Paul Pellegrino who teaches business law in the Carroll School, and who is also the Special Projects Manager for the Violent Fugitive Section of the Massachusetts State Police. In high school Curt was captain of the men’s tennis team and sang a cappella. In his free time, he enjoys tennis, skiing, and spending time with friends.
Michaela Arguin Morrisey College of Arts and Sciences '20
Michaela is from Freetown, MA and is a double major in Political Science and Islamic Civilizations and Societies. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Michaela is also a Tour Guide and Panelist for the Student Admissions Program, Director of Outreach for Boston College Wishmakers, a BC Big Sister in the Franklin Field Program, and a Literacy Buddy through the Campus School. Additionally, Michaela participates on the Women's Club Ultimate Frisbee Team. She eventually plans to study abroad in Morocco to solidify her skills in the Arabic language. This summer, Michaela served as an intern to the Office of the Governor Charles Baker in his Constituent Services Office. Outside of school, she loves to cuddle with her dog, Bostynn, watch the Red Sox, and spend time with family and friends. Michaela cannot wait to see where her opportunities in Boston College take her, especially through being a Winston Ambassador.
Francis Barassi Carroll School of Management '20
Francis is from Miami, FL. He is currently a freshman in the Carroll School of Management and plans to minor in International Studies, but has not yet decided on a concentration. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, he actively participates in the Latin American Business Club and the Marketing Academy of Boston College. He is looking forward to continuing his internship in the commercial real estate industry abroad this summer. In high school, he was the vice president of a service learning literacy program in the inner city, as well as an avid violin player and swimmer. In his free time, Francis enjoys traveling, spending time with friends, working out, and collecting Pre Columbian artifacts.
Sarah Chamberlain Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '20
Sarah is from Kansas City, MO and is planning on studying International Studies with a concentration in Ethics and Social Justice. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, Sarah is a staff writer Gavel, participates in BC Full Swing, and is looking forward to becoming a Big Sister through the BC Bigs program. She also works as student assistant for the Office of University Advancement and as a barista at On the Fly. In the summer, Sarah enjoys reading, sailing, and spending time with friends.
Molly Davis Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '18
Molly Davis is from Winnetka, IL a suburb of Chicago. Molly is majoring in International Studies with a concentration in Ethics & International Social Justice. She is double minoring in both Arabic and Women’s Studies. Aside from being a Winston Ambassador, she been involved in Women in Business and 4 Boston, and in addition is a fitness instructor on campus. Molly is interested in women’s equality, specifically in the Middle East. When she is not practicing arabic vocab Molly loves exploring Boston with her friends. After graduation Molly hopes to combine her passions for social justice and women’s rights into a career with an organization such as UNICEF.
Morgan Dykman Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '18
Morgan Dykman is from Madison, WI. Morgan is an Economics major with a minor in Managment and Leadership. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador she is also an undergraduate research fellow and is involved Lean In, Women in Business, DUO Mentoring Program. Morgan is interested in confidence issues in women and young girls, more particularly in ways in which one can help uplift them. You can catch Morgan studying at various coffee shops in Boston, skiing with her twin sister, or hiking with her dog. Morgan hopes to use what Boston College teaches her to open a company that focusses on her passion for uplifting other women.
Alexis Grimard Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '18
Alexis is from Wilbraham, MA studying Economics with a minor in Computer Science. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, she is an RA for the CLXF freshman community, an Ambassador for the Endeavor Career Program, a speaker liaison for the OWN-IT Women's Summit, as well as a member of Women in Business, Model United Nations, and the BC Public Policy Council. This past summer she worked as a Finance intern at MassMutual Financial Group in Springfield, where she will be returning next summer for an internship in Financial Systems. In her spare time she enjoys watching hockey, running around the Reservoir, hiking, and sharing her enthusiasm for accounting.
Kristian Grimm Carroll School of Management '19
Kristian is in the Carroll School of Management and is from Summit, NJ. He is currently pursuing concentrations in Finance and Information Systems, and hopes to gain experience in the financial services industry during his time at BC. In addition to the Winston Center Ambassador Program, Kristian is also involved in the Investment Club, Finance Academy, and various intramural sports. In his free time, he enjoys traveling, playing golf, snowboarding, and photography.
Melanie Johnson Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '20
Melanie is a from Huntington, New York. She is a freshman in the Morissey College of Arts and Sciences, currently majoring in Political Science with hopes of being accepted into the International Studies Program at the end of the semester. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, she is a photographer for the school yearbook, Sub Turri, and a weekly volunteer at the Boston Chinatown Neighborhood Center through the 4Boston program. In her freetime she enjoys hiking, playing and listening to music, learning new things, exploring new places, and spending time with her friends. She is excited to see where her time at Boston College will take her, and is especially excited to take advantage of the unique opportunities presented to her by the Winston Ambassador Program.
Hayley Kunkle Morissey College of Arts and Science '20
Hayley is from Princeton Junction, New Jersey and is studying Environmental Geoscience with a minor in Music. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Hayley is a member of the BC Piano Ensemble and a volunteer for the Student Admissions Program. She has also volunteered for the Catholic Youth Organization’s summer program in Trenton, NJ. Hayley is very interested in conservation and climate change, and hopes to investigate these issues during her time at BC and afterwards. In her free time, she enjoys skiing, hiking, and spending time with her family.
Addison LeBeau Carroll School of Management '18
Addison is from Naperville, IL, a suburb of Chicago. She is in the Carroll School of Management, concentrating in Marketing and Information Systems. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, she is also a member of Boston College Dance Ensemble, a member of Women in Business, and the Treasurer for the BC American Red Cross. Addison is excited to explore the city of Boston and the East Coast, continuing to broaden her horizons. Through the Winston Center, Addison hopes to both stregnthen and challenge her leadership skills and prepare for future opportunities that come her way.
Colin Martin Carroll School of Management '20
Colin is from Newport, RI, and is double majoring in Finance and Political Science. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, Colin is a member of the Knights of Columbus, and is the Treasurer of Electronic State of Mind. This summer, he served as the Campaign Manager for David Hanos, a State Senate candidate, in addition to lifeguarding at Easton's Beach. In his free time, he is an avid swimmer, and also enjoys working on dance music and playing with his black lab, Otis. Colin has had a passion for international affairs since a young age, and currently takes great interest in the fields of climate change and national security. He aspires to become a US Senator for the state of Rhode Island.
Christopher Murphy Morissey College of Arts and Science '20
Chris is from Lake Forest, Illinois a suburb of Chicago. He is a sophomore in the Morissey College of Arts and Science and is looking to major in Political Science. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, Chris is a part of Freshman League and went on the 48 Hours retreat. During the summer he has worked as a local camp counselor. Chris loves to watch the Chicago Cubs, swim in Lake Michigan and view Netflix in his free time.
Nicola Pease Carroll School of Management '19
Nicola is from Franklin Lakes, New Jersey just outside of New York City. She is a student in the Carroll School of Management concentrating in Finance and Marketing. She has interned at a Startup tech company and Marvel Entertainment and is hoping to continue to explore opportunities in marketing and digital media in the entertainment industry. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Nicola participated in the UGBC Leadership Academy, volunteers for the Student Admissions Program, serves on the marketing committee for Agape Latte and is involved in Women in Business. Outside of school, she enjoys travel, running, hanging out with family and friends, Netflix, and brunch.
Caroline Ring Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '20
Caroline is from Florham Park, New Jersey and is studying Political Science with a minor in Managing for Social Impact and the Public Good. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, she is also a volunteer for the Student Admissions Program, a tutor for the Boston College Neighborhood Center, and a staff writer for The Gavel. Caroline is interested in the interrelationship between politics and the economy, particularly in developing countries, as well as gender equality and social justice. In her free time, she enjoys reading, playing volleyball, and exploring Boston.
Matthew Romano Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '18
Matthew is from Rhode Island studying Political Science as well as Management and Leadership. In addition to being an Ambassador for the Winston Center, he is the Chairman of the Elections Committee, Finance Director for the Public Policy Council, and a member of the Executive Board of the American Enterprise Institute. Matthew also had the honor of serving as a Point Guard for a 48 Hours weekend retreat hosted by the First Year Experience office, where he is employed. During the summer before his junior year, Matthew interned a JMC Capital Partners, a Boston private equity firm. He loves spending time with his brothers, boating, skiing, and watching the Green Bay Packers.
Elisabeth Schaeffer Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '18
Ellie is from Montclair, NJ. and is majoring in International Studies with a concentration in Economics. Aside from being a Winston Ambassador, Ellie is a member of UGBC and the Student Admissions Program, a participant in the Arrupe program, and has been involved in Let's Get Ready. Ellie is very interested in social justice, global trade, and women's rights and enjoys reading, baking, skiing, and playing soccer. Hopefully, her studies at Boston College will prepare her for a career at the United Nations.
William Taber Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '20
Will is from Cleveland, OH and is planning on studying Art History and Philosophy. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Will is a member of the Freshman League and Avid Listeners of Boston College. Over the summer, he has interned at the Cleveland Museum of Art and works as a caddy. Will loves his Cleveland sports teams and enjoys playing golf, reading and playing guitar during his free time.
Claire Wilson Lynch School of Education '20
Claire is from Hillsborough, California in the San Francisco Bay Area. She is a freshman double majoring in Applied Psychology and Human Development and Communications. As well as being a Winston Center Ambassador, she is a member of the Emerging Leader Program, on the Communications Board of the Marketing Academy of Boston College, and a volunteer for the Student Admissions Program. She is also a part of the improvisational comedy group My Mother's Fleabag. During previous summers she has interned for Rebuilding Together, a nonprofit that works to support low-income homeowners in the Silicon Valley. She was captain of her high school's Varsity golf team in high school, and now enjoys playing and coaching in her free time.