Poly Reps

University Ambassadors

Who We Are

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POLY REPS bring together students from different colleges, majors and backgrounds with one common thread - they love to promote and support Cal Poly! To learn more about our members, click on their name in the list below.

Committees

Poly Reps is composed of six committees. Each member of Poly Reps serves on one of these six committees for a full academic year. At the end of every spring quarter, the organization holds an election for chair member positions on the Executive Board. The executive board oversees each of the following committees:

  • Alumni Committee
  • Campus Tours
  • Communications and Publicity
  • New Member Recruitment
  • Outreach Committee 
  • School Visits and Presentations
  • Special Events

MEMBERS 2019-20

Ali Harwood
Abbigail Allen
Anna Marie Repetto
Audrey Spitzer
Bree Zedar (Chair, Special Events)
Cate Armstrong
Claire Therrault
Daryn Berger
Emerson Hughes (Chair, Communications and Publicity)

Foster Westover

Grace Lauer
Hannah Survilas
J Douds (Chair, Outreach)
Jack Lugo
Jacqueline Volucci
Jacquelyn Morales
Jen McGregor
Jennifer Quint
Joey Johnson (Chair, School Visits and Presentations)
Kai Smith
Karlie McGillis (President)
Katherine Marotto
Kayla Varney
Kieran McKenna
Kiki Welty
Laura Maranta
Lauren Loef
Lindsay Kaitcer
Lydia Dasari (Chair, New Member Recruitment)
Max Krueger (Chair, Alumni Committee)
Melissa Toussimehr
Olivia Jones
Parker Swanson
Quinn Akemon
Reed Erickson
Rohith Dara
Savannah Debaets
Sierra Johannes
Sophie Baye (Chair, Tours Committee)
Zelie Zshornack
 

 



Advisors:

Admissions Office: Aaron Borgeson (POLS '13) (aborgeso@calpoly.edu
                                 
Alumni Office: Christine McBride (BUS '89) (chmcbrid@calpoly.edu)

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Important Dates

  • Becoming a Poly Reps

 Nov. 2020: Applications released
Jan. 13, 2021: Applications Due
Jan - Feb: In-Person interviews

READ MORE ABOUT BECOMING A POLY REP

Meet Poly Reps

Meet this year's Reps

Poly Reps Quote

"Abe Lincoln once said 'Make sure your feet are in the right place, then stand firm.' Good advice Mr. Lincoln but it is way more challenging to walk backwards"   — Joey Halabrin, (Political Science '18, Poly Reps)