Honors Alumni Ambassadorial Group

The Honors Alumni Ambassadorial Group (HAAG) is comprised of 8-10 alumni of the University Honors Program at LMU. HAAG's aim is to:

  • Serve as a resource for current students when possible.
  • Facilitate contact and communication between the University Honors Program and Honors alumni.
  • Either participate in or help the Honors Program increase participation in Honors Alumni gatherings or events.

We encourage all Honors alumni to join LMU's alumni mentoring system, The Pride. There is a dedicated group on The Pride for the Honors Program.

Katherine Brown

Class of 2010

Katherine serves as LMU's Director of Mission and Identity Programs in the Office of Mission and Ministry. In her current role, she coordinates internal outreach and formation for LMU faculty and staff, accompanying them in learning about and reflecting on LMU's rich heritage, identity, and mission. In this role, she builds relationships and creates programming in diverse modes, ranging from one on one conversations to campus-wide events, from digital resources to international immersion trips. Before joining Mission and Ministry, she worked in the Academy of Catholic Thought and Imagination and the Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts, where she engaged the university community in programming related to the Catholic intellectual traditions as well as interreligious and ecumenical dialogue.

Katarina Klask

Class of 2016

Katarina majored in animation and minored in computer science, dance, and studio art while at LMU. She is currently a designer specializing in motion graphics at Hello Design, a digital design agency in Culver City.

Koyya Lewis-Trammell

Class of 2013

After graduation, she went to the University of Texas Medical Branch and received a Ph.D. in Rehabilitation Sciences. After receiving her Ph.D. she worked in the private sector and as a Visiting Professor at LMU. She is now settled in a Tenure-Track position in Exercise Science at Cal Poly Pomona.

Jordan Rehbock

Class of 2018

Jordan studied English, Spanish and French as a student in the University Honors Program. He is now completing his Masters in English Literature at LMU while working for the Marymount Institute Press on campus, gaining valuable experience as an aspiring editor and publisher.

Riley O'Keefe

Class of 2019

After graduating with her degree in Marketing, Riley is currently working in marketing for Lucasfilm Games in San Francisco.

Samantha Burton

Class of 2019

Samantha is a part of PLACE Corps at LMU, getting her M.A. in Urban Education and teaching 5th grade full-time at St. Pius V School in Buena Park.