The Herzog Foundation announced today its 2023-2024 class of ambassadors.
“This is our first class of ambassadors, and we could not be more excited to welcome them to the Herzog Foundation team,” said Herzog Foundation President Darrell Jones. “Through our ambassadorship program, we invest in young leaders, who in turn help us reach new audiences and achieve new victories for Christian education.”
The 2023-2024 class features young leaders from a variety of backgrounds, including honor society members, student body representatives, editors of collegiate publications, and National Student Leadership Forum attendees.
Delaney Greim is a graduate of Benedictine College where she majored in journalism and mass communications. She is originally from Excelsior Springs, Missouri. Delaney applied to be a Herzog Foundation Ambassador because she believes it is vital that we return to the principles on which our country was founded.
Ethan Schmidt is a graduate of Southwest Baptist University where he dual-majored in history and political science. He is originally from Richland, Missouri. Ethan applied to be a Herzog Foundation Ambassador because he believes Christian education is central to winning back the hearts, souls, and minds of our nation.
Gabriella Peck is a student at Liberty University where she’s majoring in business administration. She is originally from Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Gabriella applied to be a Herzog Foundation Ambassador to work with like-minded individuals who love the Lord and recognize the importance of Christian education.
Ginger Wiens is a graduate of Grand Canyon University where she majored in communications. She is originally from Puyallup, Washington. Ginger applied to be a Herzog Foundation Ambassador so she could make a lasting impact on Christian education and invest in future generations.
Liam Siegler is a graduate of Gordon College where he majored in political science with a minor in English. He is originally from Beverly, Massachusetts. Liam applied to be a Herzog Foundation Ambassador to make an impact in private Christian education, an education that he believes is critical for the hearts and minds of the next generation.
Herzog Ambassadors are new or soon-to-be college graduates who will become completely immersed in the Foundation’s programs and operations in Missouri over a one-year span. Ambassadors will also have the opportunity to travel the country and meet other education thought leaders. Learn more and apply to be a part of next year’s class of ambassadors here.
About the Stanley M. Herzog Charitable Foundation
The Stanley M. Herzog Charitable Foundation is a charitable foundation dedicated to catalyzing and accelerating the development of quality Christ-centered K-12 education so that families and culture flourish.
Learn more at HerzogFoundation.com