Meet the Ambassadors
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.
Brandon Gallager Carroll School of Management '17
Brandon is originally from Annandale, a small New Jersey farm town. He is enrolled in the Carroll School of Management concentrating in Finance and Accounting and minoring in Theology. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Brandon volunteers at Edison K-8 School through the 4Boston program. He is also involved with the Student Admissions Program, Word of Mouth, Relay for Life, and the Arrupe Program. Over the past summer, Brandon worked as an assistant teacher in a school for students with special needs. He is a giant New York sports fan, and enjoys hiking, traveling, and hanging out with friends.
Gabrielle Hanlon Carroll School of Management '17
Gabrielle is in the Carroll School of Management from New Vernon, NJ. She is concentrating in Business Analytics and Marketing, with a minor in Mathematics. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, Gabrielle is a member of the Club Field Hockey team, a tutor for the Boston College Neighborhood Center, and involved in both the Women in Business and Fashion Club. Due to her love of working with children, over winter and summer breaks, Gabrielle volunteers as a ski instructor for The Adaptive Sports Foundation at Windham Mtn and tutors at her former middle school. For the past two summers, she has worked in marketing, e-commerce, and digital media for Estée Lauder and Christian Dior, which she will continue while abroad in Paris. She enjoys playing sports, running, traveling, fashion, and, most importantly, great food.
Megan Healy Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '17
Megan is majoring in Communication with special interest in Management and Leadership. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, on campus Megan works in the BC Athletics Media Relations Office where she writes for the men’s and women’s swimming and diving teams and assists with game day preparation and office work for the other athletic teams. Megan has a passion for people and organization, and hopes to build a career in event planning after college. This summer she will gain experience in the field as an intern with Conventures, Inc. in Boston. In her past summers, Megan lived in Chatham, Cape Cod where she worked as a waitress and spent most of her days on the beach with family and friends. In her free time Megan enjoys exercising, driving, watching and playing sports, and being outside.
Faye Hubregsen Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '17
Faye, a Colorado native, is pursuing a major in Economics. On campus, she has been involved in the TechTrek program, the Emerging Leader Program, and served as a speaker liaison for the BC Women’s Summit. She looks forward to serving as an ambassador for the Winston Center and BC Tech Winnovators as well as studying abroad with the Sea Education Association in New Zealand. In her free time, Faye enjoys skiing, practicing yoga, and exploring off-the-beaten path destinations.
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.
Brian Murphy Carroll School of Management '17
Brian is from Lake Forest, Illinois. He is in the Carroll School of Management, concentrating in Finance and Operations. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, he also hosts a weekly radio show on WZBC, serves as an ambassador for the New England Venture Capital Association, and is involved in the Investment Club. As an avid Chicago sports fan, Brian has a signifigant emotional investment in the Chicago Cubs. Although it has been a source of despair for 20 years, he is confident it will all be worth it the day they hoist the Comissioner's Trophy at Wrigley. Brian interned for Stockbridge Capital Group this summer, a real estate firm based in Chicago. In his free time Brian enjoys watching movies, relaxing with friends, and playing basketball at the Plex.
Max Reik Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '17
Max is from New Canaan, CT double majoring in Political Science and History. In his time at BC, he serves as Founder and Co-President of Boston Foods, a registered 501(c)(3) distributing healthy affordable food to low-income families within the Boston area. He also serves on the Executive Board of Best Buddies of Boston College. Max has just returned from studying abroad in Florence, Italy during the fall semester. He enjoys hanging with friends, reading, and is an avid sports fan.
Chase Robinett Carroll School of Management '17
Chase is from Everett, Washington. He is a Pre-Law student enrolled in the Carroll School of Management, where he is pursuing a concentration in Finance and a minor in History. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, Chase is a member of the Men’s Rugby team, the Student Admissions Program, and is on the Executive Board of the Bellarmine Law Society, where he is in charge of professional outreach. Outside of school, he enjoys restoring his 1963 356 and waiting for the Seattle Mariners to make a postseason run. Chase hopes to attend law school post Boston College.
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.
Jessica Stephens Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '17
Jessica is from Richfield, Minnesota. She is a pre-law student in the Morissey College of Arts and Sciences, majoring in Political Science. Jessica is excited to join the Winston Center Ambassadors program and hopes to gain leadership skills while learning from others' experiences. On campus, she is a choreographer on the Phaymus Hip-Hop Dance Team, a member of the Voices of Imani Gospel choir, a tutor for the Boston College Neighborhood Center, and the Event Coordinator for the United Front Organization. This past summer, Jessica interned at Mid-Minnesota Legal Aid where she researched and compiled data to help find a solution for the discrimination of children in Minnesota public special education schools. She enjoys hanging with friends, dancing, Netflix, and writing poetry.