Parent Ambassadors

Get to know your ambassadors!

They represent you and bring your concerns to the University when you might not be able to do so. Read their biographies below, talk with them at campus events, read the "Parent to Parent" section in the e-newsletter Hornet Parent News, chat on Facebook, or connect with them through email. 

What is a Parent Ambassador?

The Parent Ambassadors are a volunteer board of parents and family members of current Sac State students. The members of this dedicated team are ambassadors for Sacramento State within their communities and throughout the state. They also serve as a voice for students' family members, a sounding board for University leadership, and are here to talk with other parents and family members--particularly those who are new to the Sac State family. 

In addition to representing Sacramento State parents, ambassadors take an active leadership role in reaching out to offer advice to parents who have not been through the college system before or simply need support as their student transitions to college. On a monthly basis, ambassadors work under the direction of Parents & Families Director, Haley Myers Dillon, to host events, foster communication, and build a community for Sac State parents.

Set a positive example for your student to be an ambassador for change on campus. Apply to serve as an ambassador today!  


Can I serve as an Ambassador? 

If you would like to learn more about serving as a Parent Ambassador, please read the  role description and email this completed  application to Parents & Families Program director Haley Myers Dillon at

Volunteers Welcome! 

If you would like to volunteer, but your time is limited, there are many volunteer opportunities throughout the semester that do not require a long-term commitment. There are lots of ways to volunteer. You can volunteer as someone who attends an event, hosts an event, or advises another parent. Volunteerism can be structured (i.e., hosting a table at the Career Center's Etiquette Dinner), or loose (i.e., talking with a parent who is worried about their student). Please email Haley Myers Dillon, director of the Parents & Families Program, to discover ways you can help. 

Meet the 2018-2019 Parent Ambassadors!