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New Student Ambassadors at NSU

Admissions Ambassadors

Admissions Ambassadors

Alexandra Reggiani is a Junior from Long Island, NY. She is an Accounting major with a minor in Spanish. She is inolved in the Undergraduate Student Government Associate, and serves as the Vice President for Judicial Affairs. Alex is also the President of the Accounting Club, founder of the Club Tennis Team and a member of the President's 64. Her goal is to help students and families of all kinds figure out what their future could look like at NSU.


Anthony Santoro is a Junior Criminal Justice Major with a minor in Property Management from Staten Island, NY. Anthony is currently involved in the Phi Delta Theta Fraternity as a Founding Father, Alpha Phi Omega, Eagle Scout, S.E.A. Board Volunteer, and works in Campus Life & Student Engagement. Anthony loves being able to express his love for NSU, as he was previously a Shark Preview Leader during the Shark Preview Weekends, and had his own group of students to mentor. Anthony has a big personality that families love when having him as a tour guide.

Christian Charles is a Junior from Coal Springs, FL. He is a biology major with a double minor in Entreprenuership and Property Management. Christian has joined Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI), and is currently on the Executive Board, he is also in the Pre-Pharmacy Society. Christian looks forward to bringing future sharks here and getting them excited for the wide variety of activities, majors, and other things Nova Southeastern University has to offer.


Ellie Junker is a Sophomore from Belleville, IL. She is majoring in Biology and is a member of the NSU Women’s Swimming Team. She is also involved in the Dual Admission Physician’s Assistant Program. Ellie works to answer all questions and give individuals the closest look at NSU possible!


Jacob (Jake) Gray is a Junior, Marine Biology major from Belleville, Michigan. He has gotten involved in the Green Sharks Club, Scuba Crew and NSU Swim Team! While being an Admissions  Ambassador, he loves walking students around campus and is known for his thoughtfulness on his campus tours..

Misha Brahmbhatt is a Sophomore from Boynton Beach, FL. Her major is Public Health. She hopes to work in an Emergency Room in the near future. She is in Delta Phi Epsilon sorority. She is also involved in Razor`s Edge Leadership. Misha is looking forward to help future sharks find their way around campus and make their experience perfect!                                                                                                                                                                                                                  

 Moira Majaha is a Junior international student from Zimbabwe. She is a biology pre-med major with her sights set on pharmacy school. She is involved in Razor’s Edge Leadership, Ablaze, Nova Southeastern University Student Association, and Sharks and Service. Moira’s happy, positive personality makes her excited to show prospective students the amazing opportunities they have at NSU.                                                                                                                         

Neal Patel is a second-year junior from Cary, NC who studies Biology with minors in Public Health and Business. Neal is a member of the Dual Admissions Dental program and is also involved with the Kappa Sigma fraternity, Pre-Dental Society, Indian Student Association, Honors College, and President's 64. He cannot wait to meet future Sharks and answer any questions they might have.


Theodore (Teddy) Uy is a Sophomore from Glendale, WI and currently studying Business and Entrepreneurship. He is in the Razor’s Edge Shark Cage program and joined Phi Gamma Delta (FIJI) during his first year at NSU. Teddy is excited to learn more about NSU and share his experiences with others to show how great NSU is.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     

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