The W2O Center for Social Commerce Student Ambassador program is a multi-faceted opportunity which enables students to represent the CSC on campus and interact with W2O experts, clients and support programming.
Each year, three Newhouse School students are selected to:
Who is eligible?
Frankie Sailer, senior, public relations and marketing management
Frankie Sailer is a senior at the Newhouse School, dual majoring in marketing management and public relations, with a minor in psychology. Frankie previously studied abroad at the Syracuse University London Center, where she spent nearly four months studying and traveling to more than a dozen countries. Now that she is back on campus she is involved in a variety of organizations. In addition to her role as a CSC Student Ambassador, she is the senior editor of Baked Magazine, SU’s student-run food magazine, a tour guide for the admissions department and works for Syracuse Recreation Services and the Newhouse video, audio and production equipment center.
Regan Talley, senior, public relations
Regan is a senior public relations student at the Newhouse School and a finance minor at SU’s Martin J. Whitman School of Management. With a passion for writing and digital analytics, she is excited to help re-define PR campaign strategies. Regan spent summer 2019 working as a marketing communications intern for animal health company, Zoetis Inc., and is currently a campus representative for Victoria’s Secret PINK. On campus, she is an account supervisor for Newhouse’s student-run PR firm, Hill Communications, and is the social media coordinator for Women in Communications.
Karley Warden, senior, public relations and political science
Karley Warden is a senior dual major in the Newhouse School and the Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs, studying public relations and political science. Karley is a member of the PRSSA Bateman Competition Team, a Dean’s Team Member at the College of Arts and Sciences, the president of her sorority, and the social media chair for the Syracuse Running Club. Karley also works at the Martin J. Whitman School of Management as a digital team member.