Student Ambassadors

Student Ambassadors represent a diverse cross-section of the KU Law student body and are here to provide insight into the student experience and answer any questions you may have about the law school. You will find their emails with their profiles, and you are encouraged to reach out anytime.

You can also read about their law school experiences on the KU Law Blog.

Rhavean King
Rhavean Anderson, 2L

Memphis, Tennessee
University of Kansas

Ethan Brown
Ethan Brown, 3L

Dallas, Texas
Northern State University

Alison Dessert
Alison Dessert, 2L

Lawrence, Kansas
University of Kansas

Sophia Dinkel
Sophia Dinkel, 2L

Norman, Oklahoma
Oklahoma State University

Kriston Guillot
Kriston Guillot, 3L

Shawnee, Kansas
University of Kansas

Beth Hanus
Beth Hanus, 3L

Milwaukee, Wisconsin
Macalester College

Claire Kebodeaux
Claire Kebodeaux, 2L

Olathe, Kansas
University of Miami

Brian Mathay
Brian Mathay, 2L

Denver, Colorado
Brigham Young University

Erica McCabe
Erica McCabe, 3L

Emporia, Kansas
University of Kansas

Sarah McMillin-Beckman
Sarah McMillin-Beckman, 2L

Junction City, Kansas
Kansas State University

Rayven Ouellette-Garcia
Rayven Ouellette-Garcia, 2L

Tucson, Arizona
Arizona State University

Sangeeta Shastry
Sangeeta Shastry, 2L

St. Louis, Missouri
University of Missouri

John Truong
John Truong, 2L

Wichita, Kansas
Wichita State University

Karly Weigel
Karly Weigel, 3L

Southlake, Texas
University of Alabama

Cody Wood
Cody Wood, 3L

Leawood, Kansas
University of Kansas



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