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Meet the Ambassadors


Harrison Bacon

Carroll School of Management '16

Harrison is from Buffalo, New York, and is an avid fan of the Buffalo Sabres. He is a member of the Carroll School of Management Honors Program ‘16, and plans to major in Finance. Harrison enjoys reading, traveling, volunteering, spending time with his family, and, of course, playing FIFA. He looks forward to entering the world of finance following his career at Boston College. 


Erica Bolton

Carroll School of Management '16

Erica is from Cherry Hills Village, Colorado. She plans to double major in Finance and Accounting and minor in French. Currently, she is a member of Team USA figure skating on the Haydenettes team. Giving back to the community is very important to Erica, so she is grateful to partake in events which combine her passions for skating and service. In her free time, she enjoys spending time with family and friends, trying new fitness classes, and traveling.


Danielle Dalton

Carroll School of Management '16

From Lemont, Illinois, Danielle is concentrating in Marketing and Accounting.  In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, she is also a member of the Student Conduct Board and the Director of Public Relations for the Economics Association.  Danielle is also interested in entrepreneurship and is excited about the launch of her own book publishing company.  In her free time, she enjoys exploring the city of Boston with friends.


Tate Krasner

Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '16

Hailing from Charlotte, NC, Tate is an International Studies major and a Chinese and Russian minor. On campus, he serves as an Undergraduate Research Fellow and as the managing editor of Al-Noor. Off campus, Tate interned at Educational Development Group and completed an Advanced Study Grant on transportation and urban development. In his free time, Tate enjoys playing piano and, against all reason, cheering for the hopeless Charlotte Bobcats.


Garrett Lau

Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '16 

Originally from Princeton, NJ, Garrett is on the Economics track of the International Studies major and a member of the A&S Honors Program. He enjoys writing and running, and he has a passion for all things related to food and cooking. On the weekends he likes to go into Boston and explore all the city has to offer. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, he is also a copy editor for the Kaleidoscope International Journal and a 4Boston volunteer. After graduating from BC, Garrett hopes to work abroad and pursue a career dealing with economic policy and research. 


Josh Reed

Carroll School of Management '16

Josh is originally from New Egypt, a small town in Central Jersey.  He is enrolled in the Carroll School of Management with concentrations in Finance and Information Systems.  On campus, in addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Josh is involved with the Pulse service-learning program, on the board of the Ahana Management Academy, and serves as BC's official Google Student Ambassador.  He is an avid Philadelphia sports fan and also loves going to Long Beach Island, 45 minutes from his home town.  Josh is very interested in working in the sports or technology industries when he graduates in 2016.


Paul Sherban

Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '16

Paul Sherban is from Lancaster, PA, and a sophomore studying Philosophy and Economics in A&S. Here at BC, he spends a his free time singing bass in the BC Dynamics, and playing Men's Club Water Polo. When not singing or swimming, he loves going on quick adventures with his 8-man in search of new places to eat around campus. He also enjoys playing guitar and traveling into Boston to hear local music, as well as more popular bands that tour through the city. 


Julianna Vitolo

Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences '16

Julianna—a proud New Jersey native—is a sophomore in the school of Arts & Sciences, currently pursuing a double major in Economics and Political Science with a minor in Russian. On campus, she is actively involved in Women in Business, Smart Women’s Securities, Entrepreneurship Society, Economics Association, and is an avid member of the Women’s Club Lacrosse Team. As a volunteer at Hayley House, Julianna serves twice a week for a total of 12 hours at a soup kitchen in South Boston. This past summer, Julianna worked as a research intern for the firm of Riker, Danzig, Scherer, Hyland and Peretti LLP. Currently, she is interning for the start-up company ThirdChannel and is working as a Sales Representative for the New York Times. It is her goal for the year to run the 2014 Boston Marathon as a member of the Dana Farber Cancer Research Institute Team. Fascinated by foreign languages and cultures, as well as with the business environment and international relations, Julianna plans to live and work abroad after graduation.