Meet the Ambassadors

Alison B.

Alison Breen '22
Carroll School of Management

Alison Breen is from Westford, MA. She is a junior in the Carroll School of Management, currently concentrating in Marketing and Entrepreneurship. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, you can find Alison giving tours on campus or mentoring underclassmen in the Women's Innovator Network. She also has a passion for service, seen in her involvement in APPA, Arrupe, and Pulse. This past summer she was working on a case study for Birchbox, as well as interning at Allegiant Marketing Solutions. After graduation she intends to work at a consulting firm and work towards her M.B.A. Outside of school she enjoys any and all Boston sport teams, spending time with friends and family, and is always on the search for the next best place to eat in Boston.

Catherine C

Catherine Cremens '21
Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Catherine is from Charlotte, North Carolina. She is majoring in International Studies with a minor in Leadership in Higher Education and Community Settings. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, she is a tour guide with the Student Admissions Program. She also serves as a Bystander Education trainer and a Thrive mentor for BC’s Women’s Center. She previously studied abroad in Granada, Spain and still enjoys practicing her Spanish. After graduation, she hopes to participate in an international service program and attend graduate school. 

Karina K

Karina Kavanagh '22
Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Karina Kavanagh is from Lake Forest, IL. She is a junior in the Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences, with majors in International Studies and Theology and minors in Italian and French. She is interested in the overlap between religion and public policy, and hopes to work in the US Foreign Service. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Karina can be found either in the pool with BC's Masters Club swim team or in the theatre department working as a stage manager. She works as a nanny and swim instructor for families in the Chestnut Hill/Newton area. In her spare time, Karina volunteers at a community farm, bakes, reads, and spends as much time as possible outdoors. 

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Maureen Lewin '23
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.

Felipe P

Felipe Pardo '22
Student Director (2020 - Present)
Morrissey School of Arts and Sciences

Felipe is from Miami, FL. He is a freshman in the Morrissey School of Arts and Sciences and hopes to major in Neuroscience with a minor in the Carrol School of Management and Public Health. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Felipe volunteers weekly at Marian Manor nursing home in South Boston as a member of 4Boston. This summer he worked as Assistant to the Commandant at Culver Summer Schools and Camps in charge of their leadership program. At his Jesuit high school, Felipe was Student Council president and Vice President of the Speech and Debate team as well as active in Peer Ministry and the Varsity Tennis team. In his free time, he enjoys sailing/boating and spending time with family and friends.

Graysen P.

Graysen Parish '22
Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Graysen Parish is from Orlando, Florida and is double majoring in Economics and Philosophy, with a minor in Finance. As well as being a Winston Center Ambassador, he is a member of the improvisational comedy group My Mother’s Fleabag and the Student Organization Funding Committee. During previous summers, he has interned for local Orlando businesses Hutton Enterprises and Trustco Bank. After graduation, he hopes to pursue higher education to receive a joint J.D and M.B.A, which he plans to use as a corporate lawyer. Outside of school, Graysen spends his free in the outdoors either golfing, fishing, or enjoying the beach.

Alvaro Rodriguez Calvet

Alvaro Rodriguez Calvet '22
Carroll School of Management

Alvaro is from Miami, FL. He is originally from Spain and speaks three languages. He is a sophomore in the Carroll School of Management concentrating in Finance and Business Analytics and hopes to pursue an International Studies for Management minor. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Alvaro actively engages in the Latin American Business Club and Intramural Sports. This summer he worked as intern in the financial sector with Klosters Capital LLC, a registered investment advisor with focus on family office. During high school, Alvaro completed the International Baccalaureate program and discovered his passion for service and education where he volunteered in multiple service trips across Latin America with TECHO and The Nobis Foundation.  Outside of the classroom, Alvaro interests include traveling, discussing global politics, supporting Real Madrid, watching Tarantino movies and reading The Economist. During his time left at Boston College, Alvaro hopes to study abroad and become more engaged with student organizations. 

Paige Scozzaro

Paige Scozzaro '21
Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Paige is from Saint Augustine, FL and is majoring in Political Science and Psychology. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, Paige worked at the Boston College Cadigan Alumni Center and is a member of the Pre-Law Society, Women in Business, and is a Transfer Mentor. After four years in the International Baccalaureate Program, Paige discovered her passion for service and innovation- especially through volunteering over 120 hours at Baptist South Hospital which inspired her to lead the implementation of an AED device into her work building to save lives. Additionally, she spent her summer interning at the State Attorney’s office and plans to attend law school after graduation. She most recently shadowed a Massachusetts State Senator and learned about the intricacies of legislative work. Outside of school she enjoys traveling, everything to do with the beach, and spending time with friends and family.

Czar S

Czar Sepe '21
Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Czar Alexei Sepe hails from the great state of New Jersey, and is pursuing a degree in political science and history. Currently, he is the co-chair of the Senior Legacy Committee, a group that ensures that the Class of 2021 can pay it forward for future Eagles. On campus, Czar is also a UGBC class Senator, leader of the Knights of Columbus, Vice President for Learning To Serve, and a member of the Jenks Leadership Program Advisory Council. In his spare free time, Czar is passionate about learning new languages, drinking a copious amount of coffee, and BC football. Czar is excited to be a Winston Ambassador and promote its mission to educate and explore the importance of servant-leadership in our society.

Jillian S.

Jillian Sherwood '22
Morrissey College of Arts and Sciences

Jillian is originally from San Jose, California. She is a junior in the Carroll School of Management pursuing concentrations in Economics and Information Systems with a minor in Faith, Peace, and Justice. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, she is a member of the club field hockey team, a tour guide for the Student Admission Program, and a volunteer through 4Boston. This summer, she worked as an intern at Aryeo, a content delivery platform for the real estate industry. After graduation, she hopes to complete a year of service and later attend graduate school.

 

Alberto Tirado

Alberto Tirado '21
Carroll School of Management

Alberto is from Dorado, Puerto Rico. He is currently double-majoring in Finance and Accounting. He plans on pursuing a career with a financial consulting firm after graduation and hopes to make a positive social impact along the way. From being an inventory coordinator in a small technology related distributor to an assistant chef at Lower Commons, Alberto is constantly interested in learning new skills. During his free time, he enjoys discussing Puerto Rican politics and the history of wine. He is grateful for the sacrifices and commitments of his parents as well as his academic mentors who were present towards his path to Boston College.

Roshan Taroll

Roshan Taroll '21
Student Director (2018 - Present)

Morrissey School of Arts and Sciences

Roshan is from Boston, MA specifically from the neighborhood of Hyde Park. Roshan plans on majoring in Economics and hopefully studying abroad in Singapore or the UK during his time at Boston College. In addition to being a Winston Ambassador, Roshan is a social science editor for Elements: the Undergraduate Research Journal and a member of the Roosevelt Policy Institute and BC Economics Association. Outside of school, he has been actively involved for the past five years as a counselor at the Trinity Education for Excellence Program that supports and mentors predominantly youth of color in the city of Boston. He is very interested in public policy and healthcare research, which he hopes to continue after his years at Boston College. In his free time, Roshan loves running , traveling, and spending time with his friends and family.

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.

Chris W.

Chris Whipple '22
Carroll School of Management

Chris is from Avon, Connecticut. He is currently a junior in the Carroll School of Management concentrating in Finance and Entrepreneurship. In addition to being a Winston Center Ambassador, he spends his time managing the Men’s D1 Basketball Team and engages in various Club and Intramural sports including Basketball, Table Tennis, and Spikeball. Chris is involved in several EdTech startups and has a passion for investing in underserved communities. In high school, Chris led a foundation called Hoops for Hope, which hosted annual basketball tournaments to fund a Covenant Preparatory (middle school in Hartford,CT) student’s high school scholarship. During his time left at BC, he hopes to build his network of mentors, advisors, and peer leaders as he prepares to enter the financial industry.