Caylie Abraham

Caylie AbrahamCaylie graduated from Kingwood Park High School (class of 2012). Ever since she graduated from high school she has been taking classes at Lone Star College-Kingwood because it is affordable and close to home. In spring of 2015 she will be transferring to Sam Houston State to get a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice. Caylie joined Student Ambassadors to meet new people and get involved. She is excited to be an Ambassador this year because she is looking forward to all the tours she gets to give and all the exciting events in which she will participate.


Jacob Alvarado

Jacob AlvaradoJacob Alvarado graduated from Kingwood Park High School (Class of 2013). He is currently a full time student at Lone Star College-Kingwood. He is attending Lone Star to further his career and interest in a great learning environment. Pursing a degree in Business Administration and Management, he plans to transfer to University of Houston or University of Texas San Antonio. Jacob is excited to serve as an Ambassador and create a great environment around him.


Nubia Forero

Nubia ForeroNubia attended Humble High School graduating a year early (2012). She is attending Lone Star College-Kingwood to complete her Associate of Science. She would like to attend the University of Houston and double major in a Science related field and Social Work. Nubia says that being in Student Ambassadors and involved in student life is a great opportunity to meet people, to serve the community, and to develop leadership skills while spending time on this wonderful campus.


Mina Jahan

Mina JahanMina graduated from Kingwood High School in 2012. She is currently the president of LSC – Kingwood’s Phi Theta Kappa Chapter, Alpha Lambda Xi. She plans to pursue a Bachelors in Nursing at the University of Texas Health Science Center and ultimately hold a Masters in Anesthesia. She also intends to try her hand at being a traveling nurse in countries with struggling healthcare systems, particularly in the Middle East or South America. Her favorite pastimes include reading, watching musicals, trying new foods, and playing tennis. Mina wants to serve as a Student Ambassador to sharpen her leadership and communication skills. "I've had a superb time at Lone Star, and it would be a pleasure to show it off to prospective students!"


Nick Johnson

Nick JohnsonNick, a second year Ambassador, was born in Indianapolis and raised in South Bend, Indiana. In 2008, Nick moved to Houston, Texas where he graduated from Kingwood High School shortly after being named Mr. KHS in his senior year. During his high school years, Nick had the opportunity to take on many leadership roles in Student Council, and competed in the Texas Skills USA State competition, bringing home 1st place in carpentry. In the fall of 2012 Nick continued his education at Lone Star College-Kingwood. Nick previously served as the Living Stones Ministry Vice-President, President of African American Student Association, Vice President of Legislative Affairs in the Student Government Association (SGA), and currently sits as the Executive Vice-President of SGA. He has also completed the Lone Star Leadership College Program. Nick plans to transfer shortly after graduating with his Associates of Arts in May 2015 to the University of Houston majoring in Organizational Leadership Supervision.


Diane Lara

Diane LaraDiane graduated from Atascocita High School in 2013. Since graduating, she has been a prosperous student and has been actively involved on campus. Previous roles in organizations have included President of Voces Latinos, a dance officer for the Coyote Pack Drill Team, a member of the Leadership College Program, a Student Ambassador, and she is currently serving as the Vice President of Finance for the Student Government Association. She is attending Lone Star College-Kingwood because it is close to home and it is convenient for her to receive her Associate of Arts degree. After receiving her associates she hopes to transfer out of state to pursue her career. Diane is ecstatic about being a second year ambassador because she will be showing off a great campus to visitors, incoming students, and nontraditional students, while strengthening her communication and leadership skills that she has developed as a leader on campus.


Marcie McAnally

Marcie McAnallyMarcie is 21 years old and from Huffman, Texas. She was homeschooled before coming to Lone Star College-Kingwood through the Dual Credit Program and earned her high school diploma in 2011. This year, she is working toward her Associate of Science while at LSC-Kingwood and is preparing to transfer to Texas A&M University next fall to study Kinesiology with a focus on Dance Science. As well as being a Student Ambassador, she is currently the Vice President of Public Relations for the Student Government Association and The Drill Team Captain of The Coyote Pack. She has a daughter named CoraAnn who was born November 30th, 2013. After graduating college with her Bachelor of Science, Marcie will pursue her goal of opening her own dance studio and starting a pre-professional ballet company.


Claudio Mercado

Claudio MercadoClaudio is a graduate of Atascocita High School (Class of 2013) and was born in Barinas, Venezuela on August 19, 1995. He was raised in Venezuela and moved to the United States at the age of 13, in the 7th grade. He is attending Lone Star College-Kingwood and admires the staff he works under and desires to achieve success in his college career. He is a first year Ambassador and he is excited to welcome new students. Through communication and finding common interests he gets to know the incoming students in a unique way, making them feel comfortable and exited to be part of the Campus. Claudio speaks Spanish and English and will assist anyone who needs it. His major is International Law and he dreams of having his own firm someday.


Maribel Olvera

Maribel OlveraMaribel graduated from Porter High School (class of 2012). She moved from Nevada when she was 12 and has grown to love Texas. Since high school Maribel has volunteered to help in community events and enjoys the opportunity to meet new people. Pursuing a career in pediatric nursing, Maribel is attending LSC-Kingwood because it is affordable and close to home. Maribel has many hobbies some of those include Zumba, reading, and exploring new places. In her spare time she loves to cook and attend lectures on campus.