Seven Kansas State University students have been selected for leadership roles on the K-State Alumni Association’s Student Alumni Board. Student Alumni Board, also known as SAB, is a professional group of approximately 35 passionate students who enhance the K-State experience by creating a link between the Alumni Association and past, present and future students.
SAB members are responsible for planning and hosting a program to recruit students to K-State, called For Sophomores Only for high school sophomores. SAB members also coordinate and assist with the Wildcats Forever Student Alumni Association, Grad Bash and Grad Breakfast, the Distinguished Young Alumni Award and other Alumni Association programs and events.
“These outstanding students have worked hard during their time with Student Alumni Board and will continue to be great in their new leadership roles,” said Tamie Redding, SAB adviser and assistant director of student programs for the Alumni Association. “I look forward to watching these members work with the rest of SAB to continue elevating the programs we have in place.”
The following members of SAB were selected for leadership roles:
Megan Klug, junior in personal financial planning, Manhattan, Kansas, will serve as president. In that role, Klug also serves as a member of the K-State Alumni Association’s board of directors.
Vedant Kulkarni, senior in management information systems and journalism, Nashik, India, will serve as vice president of administration.
Grace Vogel, senior in organizational management and political science, Hutchinson, Kansas, will serve as vice president of development.
Jeff Ebeck, sophomore in finance and accounting, Paola, Kansas, will service as vice president of external programming.
Mikayla Adkins, junior in interior design, Shenandoah, Iowa, will serve as vice president of internal programming.
Bennett Shipley, junior in marketing, Olathe, Kansas, will serve as vice president of marketing.
Reagan Riley, sophomore in human development and family science, Hiawatha, Kansas, will serve as vice president of recruitment.