In its inaugural semester, Paradise Valley Community College’s Marketing Department has chosen seven student ambassadors to help spread our Puma Pride amidst our new virtual reality. Make sure to check out our Instagram @PVCC_Official to learn more about them and what’s going on.
PVCC’s ambassadors are committed to spreading college news through our social media outlets, including announcements, updates and information on virtual events. As brand ambassadors they will partake in virtual students events, capturing and sharing their experiences through photos and videos. Get to know them throughout the semester and reach out to them if you have any questions about their experience as a Puma.
Susan loves networking and sharing her positive experiences at PVCC. She is studying to become a Physician's Assistant and is currently enrolled in several science courses.
Faith is a natural leader, having come from an orphanage in the slums of Kenya, and taking on a leadership role as early as second grade. She took a gap year after graduating high school to return and volunteer at the orphanage she was raised in, and now is studying Criminology and Criminal Justice at PVCC.
Bella is studying Dietetic Technology here at PVCC and appreciates the communal feel and relationships she has built both personally and academically. Her Puma experiences have helped create balance and confidence juggling work, school, and motherhood.
Brandon is a seventh generation musician and is studying percussion performance and music composition. Brandon credits music with helping him to become more outgoing, getting out of his comfort zone and getting to know the college community.
Chris is a music theory student and was recently accepted into PVCC’s new Music Industry program. Very active on social media, Chris loves to engage in the music culture and inspire others through music.
Jaden loves the diversity and inclusivity at PVCC and has participated in promoting advocacy for human rights, environmental sustainability, and getting others involved in furthering the discussion. Finishing up her AAS this fall, she is passionate about painting and writing.
Rimyal is studying Criminal Justice with a minor in Theatre. Working as a social media coordinator for both UNoS and CAST here on campus, Rimyal is excited to share all the great perks of being a Puma.