’19-’20 Collegiate Ambassadors

Our 2019-2020 Foundation Collegiate Ambassadors are passionate and willing to advocate for the Tri Sigma Foundation’s mission, including our philanthropic partnership with March of Dimes. The Ambassadors will be working closely with the Tri Sigma Foundation staff and volunteers to educate members about the Foundation and its giving opportunities, such as Lucy’s Legacy Undergraduate Giving Club.


Ursinus College

Senior, Biochemistry & Molecular Biology

“On campus I conduct research, tutor general biology courses, work with our Alumni Relations and Annual Giving offices, work in Admissions, and am the Education Director of our student alumni group (STAT). For our chapter, I have been Honor Council Chair and am now the Philanthropy Chair. The Foundation has given me so many opportunities already and I can’t wait to share the importance of giving back with other sisters!”


Georgia Southern University – Armstrong

Junior, Rehabilitation Services

“My name is Hannah Douglas and I am a junior at Georgia Southern University – Armstrong Campus. I am majoring in Rehabilitation Sciences with a minor in Applied Behavioral Analysis. I am currently the VP of Judicial for our Panhellenic Council and Eta Rho’s Formal Chair. I am excited to have this opportunity with the Foundation to give back to an organization that has given me so much!”



University of Michigan – Flint

Senior, Psychology

“I am a senior psychology major at the Theta Beta chapter. I love animals (especially dogs) and love being involved with community service. In my spare time, I loves reading, writing, watching Netflix, and spending time with her friends.”



Coastal Carolina University

Junior, Public Health

“My name is Isabel Mason and I am an uprising junior at Coastal Carolina University. I was born in Tucson, Arizona, but most of my life I grew up just outside of Chicago, Illinois. Currently, I am spending the summer in Connecticut working as an intern at a pharmaceutical company, BITX. I love spending time with people an animals, especially my little two year old brother and our two dogs. I also love to read and do small arts and crafts every now and again. One other big part of my life is my love for traveling places; I haven’t been outside of the states much but I hope to expand my experience with other countries in the near future.”


Southeast Missouri State University

Junior, Public Relations & Advertising

“Hello! My name is Rebecca Purcell, I am a junior at Southeast Missouri State University. I am majoring in Public Relations and Advertising with a minor in Marketing Management. I am currently Beta Xi’s Panhellenic Delegate and Alumnae Chair. I am excited to be a collegiate ambassador and have the opportunity to positively impact the community and my chapter.”