Meet the Ambassadors

Tom G.

Thomas Ganim ‘25
Carroll School of Management

Tom Ganim is from Easton, CT. A graduate of Fairfield Prep, he is now in the Carroll School of Management, intending to concentrate in Finance and Entrepreneurship. On campus, Tom is currently a Volunteer for 4Boston and a member of the Real Estate Club. Back home, he has been running a Christmas tree business since he was 13 years old. Tom is an aspiring entrepreneur who wants to pursue a career in commercial real estate. In his free time, he is a sheep farmer as well as an avid fisherman, and also enjoys playing the guitar, traveling, and reading. Above all, Tom looks forward to serving and representing the Boston College community well.

Matthew G.

Matthew Grella ‘24
Carroll School of Management

Matthew is from Methuen, Massachusetts. He is in the Carroll School of Management, with intentions of concentrating in Finance and Accounting. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, he is a member of APPA, and the BC Investment Club. Outside of the classroom Matthew enjoys participating in intramural sports, exploring the stock market, and spending time with friends and family. During high school, Matthew was very involved in Student Government and community service organizations, and is looking forward to being an active member of the Boston College community.

Saurabh Khanna

Saurabh Khanna '25
Carroll School of Management

Saurabh Khanna is from Fairfax, Virginia. He is in the Carroll School of Management intending to concentrate in Finance and Business Analytics and intends to minor in Asian Studies in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Saurabh is involved in the Emerging Leaders Program and Investment club and hopes to get a lot more involved on campus in his Freshman year. In his free time, he likes to read, play Chess and Poker, and watch Star Wars shows like the Bad Batch on Disney+. Saurabh's tentative plan is to go into investment banking or consulting after graduation.

Matthew Klein

Matthew Klein '25
Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Matthew Klein is originally from Long Island, New York. He is planning on studying Economics with a minor in finance. In his free time Matthew enjoys playing soccer, spikeball, going to the gym and Djing.  In high school Matthew was a part of the film program and created many of his own original films with his peers and was captain of his soccer team. During the summers Matthew spends his time lifeguarding in New York and making short films with friends. Matthew is very excited to be a Winston Ambassador and serve the larger Boston College community. 

Maureen L

Maureen Lewin '23
Student Co-Director (2021 - Present)
Carroll School of Management

Maureen Lewin is from Rockville Centre New York. She is currently undecided in the Carroll School of Management and hopes to minor in Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Maureen is a member of the Women’s Track and Field Team. This past summer, Maureen interned for the Listening to Leaders Team, a section of the Global Research Institute at the College of William and Mary, which she will continue to do throughout the school year. During high school, Maureen served as the captain of the cross country and track teams, a peer tutor, and was the youth representative for her parish’s Pastoral Council. She is very excited to serve as a Winston Ambassador is looking forward to all the connections and relationships she will form throughout her time at Boston College.

Anna L

Anna Lonnquist '23
Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Anna Lonnquist is from Minneapolis, Minnesota. She is an International Studies major in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences with minors in finance and sociology. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, she serves as the Head Magazine Editor of Boston College's Heights newspaper and spent two years tutoring at Mother Caroline Academy through 4Boston. Last summer, Anna explored her interests in education reform and the nonprofit sector by working for Minnesota's Page Amendment campaign team, who are working to pass a constitutional amendment aimed at narrowing education gaps. Next summer, she will work as a consultant, which she hopes to continue to do after graduation. During her time left at Boston College, she is looking forward to studying abroad, exploring more of Boston, and serving the BC community.

Leo W

Leo Wang '23
Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Leo is an international student from Chengdu, China and has been studying in the US for six years. He is double majoring in Communication and Economics, and minoring in Marketing. Leo is interested in brand management with integration with social media. While on campus, he is a staff photographer for The Heights and is part of the 4 Boston volunteer program. In his free time, he loves photography, video editing, and working out.